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Top 50 sports construction firms

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Top 50 sports construction firms

AECOM, Mortenson Construction, and Turner Construction Co. top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s largest sports sector contractors and construction management firms, as reported in the 2017 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | October 23, 2017
Crowd in a stadium
Crowd in a stadium

 

TOP 50 SPORTS CONSTRUCTION FIRMS

RANK COMPANY 2016 SPORTS REVENUE
1 AECOM $1,043,700,000
2 Mortenson Construction $642,764,000
3 Turner Construction Co. $362,936,915
4 Barton Malow $344,250,000
5 PCL Construction Enterprises $304,311,957
6 Manhattan Construction Group $261,534,000
7 Holder Construction $225,000,000
8 Brasfield & Gorrie $214,497,066
9 Alberici/Flintco $184,040,000
10 Hunter Roberts Construction Group $159,941,279
11 Pepper Construction $137,640,000
12 Skanska USA $123,632,141
13 JE Dunn Construction $87,237,893
14 DPR Construction $63,638,000
15 Beck Group, The $63,367,927
16 New South Construction $53,843,000
17 Clark Group $50,002,660
18 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $49,303,334
19 McShane Companies, The $44,227,075
20 Gilbane Building Co. $40,460,000
21 Sundt Construction $32,972,000
22 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $30,893,000
23 Fortis Construction $29,433,233
24 Suffolk Construction $24,843,016
25 James McHugh Construction $22,600,000
26 Rodgers Builders $21,278,000
27 Austin Commercial $20,754,581
28 Hoffman Construction $19,803,488
29 Shawmut Design and Construction $17,000,000
30 Layton Construction $13,500,000
31 Joeris General Contractors $13,434,000
32 Ryan Companies $12,598,431
33 Coakley & Williams Construction $11,625,132
34 Hill Intl. $11,000,000
35 Paric Holdings $11,000,000
36 Weitz Co., The $10,129,000
37 Bernards $9,000,000
38 BL Harbert $8,176,365
39 Messer Construction $5,700,000
40 Hoar Construction $5,593,000
41 Haselden Construction $5,253,374
42 Lendlease $5,232,000
43 Hill & Wilkinson $4,979,860
44 W. M. Jordan Co. $4,684,161
45 STV $4,526,537
46 JLL $4,206,202
47 Jordan Foster Construction $3,126,902
48 LPCiminelli $3,076,000
49 Kitchell $2,414,574
50 Heery Intl. $1,762,622
51 Cumming $1,177,700

 

SEE ALL 2017 GIANTS 300 RANKINGS

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