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Top 115 Contractor Firms

Top 115 Contractor Firms

Turner Construction, Whiting-Turner Contracting, Fluor, and Skanska top Building Design+Construction's 2016 ranking of the largest contractors in the United States. 


By BD+C Editors | July 27, 2016
Top 115 contractor companies BDC Giants 2016

Suffolk Construction is the general contractor for the MiamiCentral station project in Miami. Photo: Phillip Pessar/Wikimedia Commons.

TOP 115 CONTRACTOR FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Turner Construction Co. $10,566,643,175
2 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $5,530,003,229
3 Fluor Corp. $5,048,920,000
4 Skanska USA $4,887,571,264
5 Gilbane Building Co. $4,406,057,000
6 PCL Construction Enterprises $4,344,294,460
7 Balfour Beatty US $3,955,770,283
8 Structure Tone $3,865,600,000
9 AECOM $3,772,057,000
10 DPR Construction $3,085,975,000
11 Clark Group $3,072,713,839
12 Lendlease $2,983,873,000
13 Hensel Phelps $2,901,000,000
14 JE Dunn Construction $2,722,038,260
15 Mortenson Construction $2,593,015,000
16 Suffolk Construction Co. $2,501,980,000
17 McCarthy Holdings $2,346,051,186
18 Brasfield & Gorrie $2,244,251,554
19 Swinerton Inc. $2,183,600,000
20 Holder Construction Co. $2,113,000,000
21 Walsh Group, The $1,707,722,789
22 Barton Malow Co. $1,534,235,397
23 Alberici-Flintco $1,521,472,681
24 Walbridge $1,401,000,000
25 Jacobs $1,369,501,122
26 Clayco $1,350,000,000
27 Hoffman Construction $1,333,774,718
28 Ryan Companies US $1,283,315,141
29 Webcor Builders $1,254,985,656
30 Manhattan Construction Group $1,205,127,000
31 Yates Companies, The $1,178,700,000
32 Layton Construction Co. $1,176,600,000
33 Shawmut Design and Construction $1,173,000,000
34 Messer Construction Co. $1,140,100,000
35 Gray Construction $1,111,511,756
36 Pepper Construction Group $1,109,040,000
37 Beck Group, The $1,103,259,208
38 HITT Contracting $1,090,000,000
39 Plaza Construction $1,075,000,000
40 Austin Industries $972,210,329
41 Boldt Company, The $972,192,469
42 Power Construction Co. $968,500,000
43 BL Harbert International $958,297,526
44 Robins & Morton $916,223,363
45 Consigli Building Group $914,731,561
46 Hunter Roberts Construction Group $888,531,282
47 EMJ Corp. $872,000,000
48 James G. Davis Construction Corp. $869,321,264
49 C.W. Driver Companies $821,206,549
50 Core Construction Group $796,150,000
51 Level 10 Construction $790,873,978
52 Choate Construction Co. $785,693,614
53 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $782,330,000
54 Sundt Construction $774,664,714
55 VCC $757,000,000
56 McShane Cos., The $727,202,538
57 W.E. O’Neil Construction Co. $682,747,371
58 Hoar Construction $642,672,000
59 Kraus-Anderson $634,000,000
60 LeChase Construction $613,451,800
61 LPCiminelli $609,300,000
62 Andersen Construction $590,000,000
63 Batson-Cook Co. $579,334,733
64 McGough Construction $564,000,000
65 Clune Construction Co. $540,130,293
66 dck worldwide $523,643,000
67 Bernards $491,600,000
68 W.M. Jordan Company $469,904,224
69 Haskell $465,561,140
70 Fortis Construction $425,726,583
71 Kitchell Corp. $424,043,391
72 Weis Builders $409,882,000
73 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $384,701,000
74 Graycor $362,115,326
75 Paric Corporation $361,340,000
76 Linbeck Group $358,000,000
77 James McHugh Construction Co. $350,876,484
78 Leopardo Companies $338,446,000
79 Rodgers Builders $330,664,000
80 IMC Construction $310,510,000
81 Skender Construction $296,783,567
82 S. M. Wilson & Co. $294,927,998
83 New South Construction Co. $289,940,000
84 Benham Design $286,946,020
85 KBE Building Corp. $285,109,702
86 Cahill Contractors $284,480,000
87 Jordan Foster Construction $259,000,000
88 Haselden Construction $257,179,559
89 CG Schmidt $247,847,000
90 Millie and Severson Inc. $245,281,508
91 Harkins Builders $240,000,000
92 Bette Companies, The $237,397,676
93 Donohoe Construction Co. $235,810,000
94 Juneau Construction Co. $232,734,651
95 Summit Contracting Group $231,000,000
96 Bomel Construction Co. $218,162,000
97 CRB $200,145,500
98 Doster Construction Co. $195,104,398
99 Branch & Associates $191,023,487
100 IPS $188,668,000
101 Hagerman Group, The $173,000,000
102 BlueScope Construction $163,614,209
103 Schimenti Construction Co. $162,000,000
104 CNY Group $145,900,000
105 Coakley & Williams Construction $137,043,360
106 Graham Construction $132,000,000
107 Hawkins Construction $113,118,792
108 Dickinson Cameron Construction Co. $100,000,000
109 Shook Construction Co. $85,140,701
110 Heery International $65,066,332
111 Dewberry $59,055,178
112 Stalco Construction $48,750,000
113 Core States Group $40,103,135
114 Ghafari Associates $39,800,000
115 Allen & Shariff Corp. $17,681,888
116 Zak Companies $17,100,753
117 STV $12,268,315

 

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