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Top 40 Student Housing Facility Contractors + CM Firms for 2022

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Top 40 Student Housing Facility Contractors + CM Firms for 2022

J.H. Findorff & Son, PCL Construction Enterprises, Juneau Construction, and Sundt Construction top the ranking of the nation's largest student housing facility contractors and construction management (CM) firms for 2022, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2022 Giants 400 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 29, 2022
Top student housing construction firms for 2022 Photo Brandon Griggs, Unsplash
Photo: Brandon Griggs, Unsplash

J.H. Findorff & Son, PCL Construction Enterprises, Juneau Construction, and Sundt Construction top the ranking of the nation's largest student housing facility contractors and construction management (CM) firms for 2022, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2022 Giants 400 Report.

 

Top 40 Student Housing Facility Contractors + CM Firms for 2022 - BD+C Giants 400 Rankings
  FIRM 2021 REVENUE
1 J.H. Findorff & Son $185,162,149
2 PCL Construction Enterprises $135,734,297
3 Juneau Construction $93,213,210
4 Sundt Construction $92,955,309
5 JE Dunn Construction $82,556,195
6 McCarthy Holdings $76,855,853
7 Weitz Company & Affiliates, The $75,704,537
8 Holder Construction $71,000,000
9 Gilbane Building Company $68,712,000
10 Clark Group $64,507,662
11 Rogers-O'Brien Construction $52,664,395
12 Fortis Construction $44,000,000
13 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $40,540,557
14 Shawmut Design and Construction $36,334,685
15 Harkins Builders $32,000,000
16 Core Construction Group $31,890,090
17 Suffolk Construction $31,268,000
18 BC Contracting Co. $30,337,000
19 Bozzuto Construction $26,979,307
20 Balfour Beatty US $25,843,573
21 Barton Malow Holdings $23,644,192
22 Choate Construction $21,433,458
23 W. M. Jordan Company $20,015,929
24 KBE Building Corporation $19,900,338
25 Alberici-Flintco $10,576,133
26 Summit Contracting Group $8,385,131
27 Arco Construction $6,813,467
28 EBCO General Contractor $6,750,034
29 Andersen Construction $4,135,000
30 LeChase Construction Services $2,465,651
31 W.S. Cumby $1,938,110
32 Clancy & Theys Construction $803,202
33 Saunders Construction $668,705
34 Hill International $481,928
35 Pepper Construction $372,512
36 W.E. O'Neil Construction $325,264
37 Austin Industries $272,644
38 Hoar Construction $187,000
39 Skanska USA $163,281
40 McDonough Bolyard Peck $117,758
41 PMA Consultants $69,130
42 Howard Shockey & Sons $52,931

Source: 2022 Giants 400 Report

 

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F. Top 90 Construction Management Firms  

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