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Top 110 university architecture firms

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Top 110 university architecture firms

Perkins+Will, Gensler, and CannonDesign top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s largest university sector architecture and AE firms, as reported in the 2017 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | September 6, 2017
Exterior of the Abbotts Creek Community Center

The Abbotts Creek Community Center designed by Clark Nexsen. Photo: Mark Herboth.

 

 

TOP 110 UNIVERSITY ARCHITECTURE FIRMS

RANK COMPANY 2016 UNIVERSITY REVENUE
1 Perkins+Will $90,434,000
2 Gensler $75,500,000
3 CannonDesign $53,600,000
4 EYP $46,018,500
5 Stantec $36,793,945
6 Jacobs $30,970,000
7 SmithGroupJJR $29,052,000
8 Clark Nexsen $25,983,815
9 Flad Architects $22,680,000
10 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $21,300,000
11 CO Architects $20,962,400
12 Dewberry $19,144,025
13 Ballinger $18,491,923
14 Perkins Eastman $18,000,000
15 Page $18,000,000
16 DLR Group $17,500,000
17 ZGF Architects $15,991,877
18 BSA LifeStructures $13,719,190
19 Shepley Bulfinch $13,530,162
20 Elkus Manfredi Architects $12,980,000
21 Harley Ellis Devereaux $12,800,000
22 Hord Coplan Macht $12,700,580
23 Diamond Schmitt Architects $12,260,139
24 Davis Brody Bond $12,087,047
25 HGA Architects and Engineers $11,876,000
26 LPA $11,841,000
27 HMC Architects $11,434,699
28 KSQ Design $10,981,875
29 Huitt-Zollars $10,663,000
30 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $10,417,102
31 PGAL $10,200,000
32 LS3P $10,043,908
33 Kirksey Architecture $10,000,798
34 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $9,706,734
35 Moseley Architects $9,359,138
36 NBBJ $9,000,000
37 HDR $8,699,519
38 Westlake Reed Leskosky $8,200,000
39 Beck Group, The $8,167,200
40 Cooper Carry $7,030,178
41 EwingCole $7,000,000
42 Hastings+Chivetta Architects $6,962,428
43 Harvard Jolly Architecture $6,702,813
44 PBK $6,500,000
45 Lord Aeck Sargent $6,258,572
46 Tsoi Kobus Design $6,157,167
47 GBBN Architects $6,100,000
48 KSS Architects $6,017,423
49 BWBR $5,982,242
50 Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood $5,838,846
51 Kahler Slater $5,800,000
52 HKS $5,657,474
53 Lawrence Group $5,600,000
54 FXFOWLE $5,571,290
55 Leo A Daly $5,221,337
56 DLA+ Architecture & Interior Design $5,214,200
57 Little $5,156,059
58 SWBR $5,000,000
59 Niles Bolton Associates $4,850,000
60 LMN Architects $4,750,000
61 KZF Design $4,644,961
62 Mackey Mitchell Architects $4,461,358
63 FKP Architects $4,385,211
64 Cambridge Seven Associates $4,333,840
65 Legat Architects $4,285,000
66 OZ Architecture $4,233,399
67 Glavé & Holmes Architecture $4,185,000
68 FGM Architects $3,865,278
69 Moody Nolan $3,800,000
70 NAC Architecture $3,643,772
71 Cordogan Clark & Associates $3,500,000
72 Urbahn Architects $3,431,250
73 Corgan $3,365,665
74 RSP Architects $3,284,000
75 Alliiance $3,256,200
76 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $3,057,000
77 GWWO, Inc./Architects $3,025,498
78 CallisonRTKL $3,006,000
79 Grimm + Parker Architects $2,906,051
80 Bergmann Associates $2,885,141
81 RDG Planning & Design $2,717,000
82 NORR $2,684,199
83 HOK $2,664,000
84 Baskervill $2,620,429
85 Bostwick Design Partnership $2,574,247
86 Hoffmann Architects $2,273,907
87 RNL Design $2,016,000
88 Wilson Architects $1,900,000
89 FRCH Design Worldwide $1,900,000
90 Schenkel & Shultz $1,870,508
91 Fentress Architects $1,820,900
92 JLG Architects $1,768,154
93 Ashley McGraw Architects $1,712,090
94 WDG Architecture $1,700,000
95 Harriman $1,637,961
96 Huckabee $1,520,211
97 Highland Associates $1,500,000
98 NWH $1,491,868
99 Carrier Johnson + Culture $1,484,863
100 BLDD Architects $1,400,000
101 Payette $1,246,256
102 Environetics $1,203,233
103 Bermello Ajamil & Partners $1,200,000
104 STG Design $1,165,000
105 BRPH $1,148,786
106 Interior Architects $1,043,829
107 Progressive AE $1,014,403
108 ACAI Associates $1,008,000
109 tvsdesign $1,000,000
110 CSArch $975,596

 

 

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