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Top 35 Engineering/Architecture Firms

Top 35 Engineering/Architecture Firms

AECOM, Jacobs, and Thornton Tomasetti head Building Design+Construction's 2016 ranking of the largest engineering/architecture firms in the United States. 

By BD+C Editors | July 25, 2016

Thornton Tomasetti was the SE for T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The venue opened in April 2016. Photo: Bill Feldberg/Wikimedia Commons.

Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 AECOM $1,026,350,000
2 Jacobs $852,130,000
3 Thornton Tomasetti $213,548,965
4 Burns & McDonnell $200,748,166
5 Woolpert $115,400,057
6 SSOE Group $109,180,000
7 Affiliated Engineers $108,435,000
8 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $93,520,600
9 IPS $92,543,417
10 CRB $80,967,500
11 STV $78,102,179
12 Ghafari Associates $77,650,000
13 Dewberry $74,774,093
14 Benham Design $54,581,205
15 Walker Parking Consultants $54,329,700
16 BSA LifeStructures $45,176,374
17 RMF Engineering $41,900,000
18 Shive-Hattery $41,868,177
19 Wendel $33,915,850
20 Core States Group $32,509,344
21 Highland Associates $29,880,000
22 Hankins and Anderson $29,625,342
23 Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber $28,470,000
24 Ross & Baruzzini $27,713,951
25 Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors $23,200,000
26 KCI Technologies $23,100,000
27 Luckett & Farley $18,064,000
28 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $15,000,000
29 Graef $14,243,853
30 KZF Design $11,971,444
31 Rist-Frost-Shumway Engineering $10,535,000
32 CTLGroup $9,900,000
33 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $9,174,007
34 Stanley Consultants $9,153,138
35 Pedco E & A Services $8,900,000
36 Primera Engineers $6,809,226
37 Apogee Consulting Group $5,250,400
38 Boldt Company, The $3,240,000



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