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Top 40 Science + Technology Architecture Firms

Top 40 Science + Technology Architecture Firms

Perkins+Will, HDR, and HOK top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest science + technology sector architecture and A/E firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 12, 2016

Georgia BioScience Training Center, Atlanta, Ga. Cooper Carry (architect), Technical College System of Georgia (owner), NBP Engineers (MEP), Eberly & Associates (CE). Photo: Carol Meyhoefer courtesy of Cooper Carry.

TOP 40 SCIENCE + TECHNOLOGY ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Perkins+Will $60,040,000
2 HDR $56,664,000
3 HOK $50,435,000
4 Payette $35,458,760
5 Stantec $34,755,593
6 Flad Architects $29,730,000
7 SmithGroupJJR $26,205,000
8 DGA $21,133,997
9 Page $19,500,000
10 ZGF Architects $18,405,848
11 CannonDesign $18,200,000
12 EwingCole $13,140,000
13 EYP $10,251,000
14 Studios Architecture $9,469,391
15 BRPH $8,718,716
16 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $8,019,100
17 Perkins Eastman $7,800,000
18 Harley Ellis Devereaux $7,800,000
19 NBBJ $7,000,000
20 Lord Aeck Sargent $6,657,882
21 Davis Brody Bond $6,232,862
22 RS&H $5,400,000
23 Clark Nexsen $5,300,000
24 Kirksey Architecture $4,739,638
25 Gensler $4,120,000
26 Hastings+Chivetta Architects $3,850,000
27 HKS $3,163,447
28 BWBR $3,100,508
29 SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $2,319,498
30 Tsoi/Kobus & Associates $2,171,212
31 Ware Malcomb $2,137,290
32 Alliiance $2,095,730
33 HGA $1,420,000
34 NORR $1,371,368
35 RSP Architects $1,370,000
36 VOA Associates $1,276,849
37 Solomon Cordwell Buenz $1,198,928
38 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $1,150,519
39 Heery International $921,161
40 Emersion Design $913,189
41 Leo A Daly $844,837
42 Diamond Schmitt Architects $727,000
43 OZ Architecture $709,710
44 Guernsey $685,926
45 Wilson Architects $550,000

 

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