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Top 130 Green Building Architecture Firms

Top 130 Green Building Architecture Firms

Gensler, Stantec, and HOK top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest green building sector architecture and A/E firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 2, 2016

Georgia BioScience Training Center, Social Circle, Ga.Building Team: Cooper Carry (architect), Technical College System of Georgia (owner), Whiting-Turner Contracting Company (GC). Photo: Carol Meyhoefer, courtesy Cooper Carry

TOP 130 GREEN BUILDING ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Gensler $768,470,000
2 Stantec $331,794,291
3 HOK $280,570,000
4 Perkins+Will $195,460,000
5 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $175,140,374
6 HKS $163,696,602
7 EYP $137,479,466
8 SmithGroupJJR $122,636,361
9 CallisonRTKL $104,462,061
10 CannonDesign $69,400,000
11 Page $67,070,000
12 DLR Group $66,000,000
13 HGA $64,200,000
14 NBBJ $60,000,000
15 LPA $59,327,793
16 ZGF Architects $58,779,144
17 Corgan $53,807,300
18 NORR $51,379,572
19 Perkins Eastman $44,892,203
20 HDR $39,420,000
21 Ballinger $33,620,000
22 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $31,031,472
23 LMN Architects $28,885,000
24 Westlake Reed Leskosky $28,147,279
25 Moody Nolan $28,076,100
26 WDG $27,606,000
27 Goettsch Partners $26,800,000
28 CO Architects $26,579,750
29 Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners $25,301,012
30 Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture $24,040,692
31 Payette $23,675,318
32 Clark Nexsen $22,780,000
33 Kirksey Architecture $20,858,620
34 EwingCole $19,737,000
35 Flad Architects $18,900,000
36 RS&H $18,900,000
37 NAC Architecture $18,819,462
38 Grimm + Parker Architects $18,368,510
39 Cooper Carry $18,138,637
40 Mithun $17,150,100
41 GFF $16,748,380
42 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $16,621,000
43 Morris Architects $14,246,000
44 Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio $13,390,940
45 Robert A.M. Stern Architects $13,220,000
46 Hord Coplan Macht $13,140,000
47 RNL Design $12,966,700
48 Legat Architects $12,750,000
49 Wilson Architects $11,700,000
50 FXFOWLE $11,664,000
51 HNTB Corporation $11,604,663
52 Studios Architecture $11,560,080
53 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $11,500,000
54 GGLO $11,265,030
55 Moseley Architects $11,181,541
56 Weber Thompson $10,590,755
57 Integrus Architecture $10,587,307
58 Davis Brody Bond $10,217,131
59 VOA Associates $9,700,000
60 Little $9,500,000
61 BWBR $9,358,712
62 P+R Architects $9,000,000
63 GWWO $8,860,726
64 tvsdesign $8,788,451
65 Fanning/Howey Associates $8,477,999
66 Cambridge Seven Associates $8,030,000
67 BRPH $8,018,229
68 Albert Kahn Associates $7,500,000
69 SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $7,414,847
70 Architects Hawaii Ltd. $7,353,000
71 Gresham, Smith and Partners $7,280,000
72 Diamond Schmitt Architects $6,762,282
73 John Ciardullo Associates $6,491,959
74 Margulies Perruzzi Architects $6,136,117
75 STG Design $6,000,000
76 Lord Aeck Sargent $5,970,000
77 DGA $5,955,042
78 FitzGerald Associates Architects $5,752,000
79 Array Architects $5,380,120
80 GreenbergFarrow $5,200,000
81 KSQ Design $5,062,571
82 DLA+ Architecture & Interior Design $4,970,798
83 Urbahn Architects $4,700,000
84 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates $4,336,328
85 Schenkel & Shultz $4,242,575
86 Emersion Design $4,130,937
87 SB Architects $4,012,386
88 HMC Architects $3,962,696
89 Wold Architects and Engineers $3,700,000
90 GBBN Architects $3,500,000
91 LK Architecture $3,500,000
92 Heery International $3,383,741
93 Hastings+Chivetta Architects $3,343,438
94 Cuningham Group Architecture $3,255,279
95 Beck Group, The $3,034,395
96 Hnedak Bobo Group $3,032,800
97 ACAI Associates $3,000,000
98 Shepley Bulfinch $2,964,124
99 PBK $2,895,000
100 Ware Malcomb $2,741,807
101 BBS Architects and Engineers $2,460,000
102 Tsoi/Kobus & Associates $2,204,408
103 LS3P $2,090,219
104 FKP Architects $2,057,000
105 Bergmann Associates $1,870,000
106 MV+A Architects $1,776,394
107 Marshall Craft Associates $1,682,543
108 Eppstein Uhen Architects $1,598,964
109 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $1,550,000
110 Environetics $1,400,874
111 Montroy Andersen DeMarco $1,400,000
112 Schrader Group Architecture $1,213,085
113 Harley Ellis Devereaux $1,200,000
114 Ashley McGraw Architects $1,141,985
115 Rosser International $1,023,000
116 BLDD Architects $1,000,000
117 Zyscovich Architects $993,333
118 Harvard Jolly $969,910
119 ATA Beilharz Architects $821,893
120 Francis Cauffman $802,690
121 GSB $754,280
122 DAG Architects $750,000
123 Large Architecture $550,000
124 Baskervill $460,453
125 MBH Architects $450,809
126 Becker Morgan Group $403,112
127 Jonathan Nehmer + Associates $381,157
128 BBGM $381,000
129 ai Design Group $337,896
130 RSP Architects $307,600
131 BKSK Architects $279,439
132 WD Partners $255,000
133 FRCH Design Worldwide $180,000
134 Vocon $178,247
135 GRW $142,851

 

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