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Top 130 Reconstruction Architecture Firms

Top 130 Reconstruction Architecture Firms

The Beck Group, Stantec, and IMC Consruction top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest reconstruction sector architecture and A/E firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 19, 2016

Europa Building, Brussels, Belgium. Photo: Riki, Wikipedia Creative Commons

TOP 130 RECONSTRUCTION ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Beck Group, The $316,027,821
2 Stantec $231,765,480
3 IMC Construction $225,000,000
4 HOK $112,706,000
5 HDR $110,180,000
6 CannonDesign $102,600,000
7 Perkins+Will $101,690,400
8 HGA $85,650,000
9 HKS $72,760,766
10 DLR Group $63,000,000
11 NORR $61,869,970
12 Perkins Eastman $58,500,000
13 Leo A Daly $57,929,199
14 EYP $56,455,939
15 CallisonRTKL $54,477,000
16 LS3P $48,254,126
17 Corgan $48,030,000
18 SmithGroupJJR $44,417,068
19 FRCH Design Worldwide $43,806,000
20 EwingCole $39,470,000
21 Gresham, Smith and Partners $38,400,000
22 Ted Moudis Associates $35,500,000
23 Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners $35,451,427
24 Studios Architecture $34,868,993
25 Page $34,750,000
26 WD Partners $33,800,000
27 ZGF Architects $33,077,345
28 VOA Associates $31,610,250
29 RSP Architects $28,285,000
30 Cuningham Group Architecture $27,475,812
31 Clark Nexsen $25,480,556
32 Lawrence Group $25,248,000
33 Ware Malcomb $24,893,592
34 CTA Architects Engineers $24,877,707
35 FreemanWhite $24,846,950
36 Huckabee $24,217,908
37 HNTB Corporation $23,475,887
38 Flad Architects $22,230,000
39 RS&H $21,600,000
40 Vocon $21,115,192
41 P+R Architects $20,000,000
42 DGA $19,780,961
43 LPA $19,219,098
44 Moseley Architects $18,624,105
45 SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $18,007,414
46 MG2 $17,607,567
47 Hord Coplan Macht $17,290,482
48 Ballinger $16,583,446
49 Shepley Bulfinch $16,571,790
50 Kirksey Architecture $15,360,528
51 Alliiance $15,079,690
52 NAC Architecture $14,859,595
53 BWBR $14,605,989
54 Bergmann Associates $14,432,668
55 BRPH $13,880,239
56 GBBN Architects $13,291,200
57 Westlake Reed Leskosky $12,741,067
58 Moody Nolan $12,207,000
59 Nadel $11,863,119
60 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $11,791,913
61 Wright Heerema Architects $11,500,000
62 PBK $11,213,000
63 Cooper Carry $11,108,902
64 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $10,932,000
65 FGM Architects $10,912,301
66 Herschman Architects $10,558,292
67 HMC Architects $10,335,954
68 Array Architects $9,880,000
69 Harvard Jolly $8,908,314
70 Lord Aeck Sargent $8,709,560
71 Legat Architects $8,670,500
72 LMN Architects $8,560,000
73 STG Design $8,550,000
74 Hoffmann Architects $8,539,313
75 Rottet Studio $8,408,000
76 Quattrocchi Kwok Architects $8,337,000
77 Environetics $8,273,031
78 Margulies Perruzzi Architects $8,154,481
79 Francis Cauffman $8,038,649
80 Morris Architects $7,775,000
81 Payette $7,677,363
82 Fanning/Howey Associates $7,667,026
83 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $7,382,998
84 SEI Design Group $7,064,000
85 Ashley McGraw Architects $7,032,777
86 Tsoi/Kobus & Associates $6,799,464
87 Anderson Mikos Architects $6,706,500
88 TEG Architects $6,663,942
89 Larson Design Group $6,633,925
90 Bostwick Design Partnership $6,474,000
91 Schenkel & Shultz $6,401,835
92 Hastings+Chivetta Architects $6,400,000
93 GWWO $5,812,681
94 GreenbergFarrow $5,808,935
95 Diamond Schmitt Architects $5,720,400
96 Becker Morgan Group $5,633,842
97 DLA Architects $5,569,774
98 Marshall Craft Associates $5,367,871
99 KSQ Design $5,338,601
100 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $5,300,000
101 Urbahn Architects $5,090,000
102 Rosser International $4,975,090
103 Montroy Andersen DeMarco $4,900,000
104 Cambridge Seven Associates $4,661,000
105 Architects Hawaii Ltd. $4,582,000
106 John Ciardullo Associates $4,414,031
107 BBS Architects and Engineers $4,350,000
108 CO Architects $4,321,500
109 BLDD Architects $4,200,000
110 ai Design Group $4,164,568
111 api(+) $3,640,000
112 Grimm + Parker Architects $3,614,359
113 TK Architects International $3,596,901
114 FXFOWLE $3,532,191
115 Emersion Design $3,495,408
116 NewStudio Architecture $3,265,000
117 Zyscovich Architects $3,105,813
118 JRS Architect $3,000,000
119 HMFH Architects $2,911,685
120 Howell Belanger Castelli Architects $2,815,024
121 Mascari Warner Architects $2,670,000
122 Hnedak Bobo Group $2,660,487
123 GSB $2,652,531
124 Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio $2,434,717
125 BKSK Architects $2,406,328
126 Sink Combs Dethlefs $2,336,956
127 Wilson Architects $2,200,000
128 Davis Brody Bond $1,924,424
129 Schrader Group Architecture $1,713,202
130 Goettsch Partners $1,700,000
131 SB Architects $1,623,166
132 WDG $1,500,000
133 GGLO $1,440,000
134 Inventure Design Group $1,375,178
135 MEIS $1,300,000
136 FitzGerald Associates Architects $1,287,000
137 Jencen Architecture $1,053,000
138 EDI International $1,005,662

 

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