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Top 110 Reconstruction Construction Firms

Top 110 Reconstruction Construction Firms

Gilbane Building Co., Turner Construction Co., and The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest reconstruction sector construction and construction management firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 19, 2016

Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building, Washington, D.C. Photo: G. Edward Johnson, Wikimedia Creative Commons

TOP 110 RECONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Gilbane Building Co. $2,127,487,000
2 Turner Construction Co. $1,931,117,760
3 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $1,404,237,262
4 PCL Construction Enterprises $1,303,288,338
5 Balfour Beatty US $1,214,992,385
6 Pepper Construction Group $832,830,000
7 JE Dunn Construction $804,928,900
8 Consigli Building Group $777,521,827
9 DPR Construction $759,149,850
10 Shawmut Design and Construction $704,000,000
11 HITT Contracting $660,708,270
12 Alberici-Flintco $611,564,135
13 Hensel Phelps $584,000,000
14 Skanska USA $543,900,195
15 Barton Malow Co. $542,826,569
16 Clune Construction Co. $540,130,293
17 Lendlease $532,239,000
18 James G. Davis Construction Corp. $505,026,212
19 Messer Construction Co. $459,100,000
20 Mortenson Construction $432,420,000
21 Jacobs $416,783,478
22 Hunter Roberts Construction Group $415,628,056
23 Suffolk Construction Co. $400,316,800
24 Swinerton Inc. $349,000,000
25 McCarthy Holdings $348,539,998
26 Robins & Morton $339,995,669
27 W.E. O’Neil Construction Co. $336,766,707
28 Beck Group, The $316,027,821
29 VCC $314,301,994
30 Clark Group $292,819,953
31 Walbridge $283,000,000
32 Manhattan Construction Group $251,712,000
33 JLL $246,175,320
34 Level 10 Construction $245,837,117
35 Ryan Companies US $230,682,696
36 Leopardo Companies $230,143,280
37 IMC Construction $225,000,000
38 LeChase Construction $220,965,500
39 Boldt Company, The $195,086,494
40 Choate Construction Co. $177,722,187
41 Burns & McDonnell $176,706,584
42 Brasfield & Gorrie $172,054,584
43 Walsh Group, The $170,772,278
44 C.W. Driver Companies $169,062,549
45 Kraus-Anderson $167,000,000
46 Webcor Builders $160,239,209
47 James McHugh Construction Co. $155,175,264
48 W.M. Jordan Company $154,797,144
49 Fortis Construction $151,660,399
50 Power Construction Co. $147,000,000
51 IPS $141,876,000
52 WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff $136,804,000
53 Skender Construction $129,444,691
54 Plaza Construction $125,000,000
55 Sachse Construction $124,029,492
56 S. M. Wilson & Co. $122,082,353
57 Paric Corporation $120,000,000
58 Schimenti Construction Co. $117,000,000
59 Holder Construction Co. $116,000,000
60 Hill International $113,000,000
61 Bernards $103,100,000
62 CannonDesign $102,600,000
63 Benham Design $102,458,168
64 LPCiminelli $102,318,611
65 Dickinson Cameron Construction Co. $100,000,000
66 New South Construction Co. $98,516,000
67 Weis Builders $94,504,000
68 Hoar Construction $94,116,000
69 Andersen Construction $92,000,000
70 Coakley & Williams Construction $85,742,698
71 Cahill Contractors $80,561,000
72 Branch & Associates $78,386,615
73 Haskell $76,987,448
74 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $71,632,800
75 Bette Companies, The $65,269,832
76 Shook Construction Co. $62,518,301
77 Dewberry $60,223,172
78 Harkins Builders $60,000,000
79 Hoffman Construction $58,236,283
80 Cumming $56,485,000
81 Hagerman Group, The $53,000,000
82 Haselden Construction $52,585,703
83 STV $52,348,512
84 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $51,444,400
85 Yates Companies, The $50,000,000
86 Corgan $48,030,000
87 KBE Building Corp. $47,444,388
88 Austin Industries $45,169,521
89 SSOE Group $42,110,000
90 Stalco Construction $39,200,000
91 Wendel $38,909,581
92 Core States Group $36,805,648
93 Millie and Severson Inc. $30,650,873
94 Ghafari Associates $28,250,000
95 Donohoe Construction Co. $26,848,000
96 Graham Construction $25,600,000
97 Lawrence Group $25,248,000
98 Batson-Cook Co. $25,139,702
99 CNY Group $24,800,000
100 Doster Construction Co. $24,600,174
101 HNTB Corporation $23,475,887
102 dck worldwide $22,446,000
103 SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $18,007,414
104 KCI Technologies $17,400,000
105 BRPH $13,880,239
106 Juneau Construction Co. $11,393,836
107 Zak Companies $9,904,091
108 Morris Architects $7,775,000
109 Wick Fisher White $6,111,000
110 GreenbergFarrow $5,808,935
111 EMJ Corp. $4,743,770
112 Jordan Foster Construction $4,416,000
113 Inventure Design Group $1,375,178

 

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