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Top 60 Green Building Engineering Firms

Top 60 Green Building Engineering Firms

Jacobs, AECOM, and Arup top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest green building sector engineering and E/A firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 3, 2016

Exterior light shelves on an office building in Denver, Colo. Photo: USEPA, U.S. government work

TOP 60 GREEN BUILDING ENGINEERING FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Jacobs $203,161,333
2 AECOM $200,900,000
3 Arup $168,783,060
4 Thornton Tomasetti $67,382,221
5 Syska Hennessy Group $32,420,857
6 Burns & McDonnell $24,341,832
7 Vanderweil Engineers $23,508,800
8 Smith Seckman Reid $20,189,000
9 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $19,799,641
10 Dewberry $19,159,460
11 Jensen Hughes $17,500,000
12 STV $13,549,152
13 Hankins and Anderson $12,643,747
14 Affiliated Engineers $11,045,709
15 KJWW / TTG $10,750,000
16 Walter P Moore $10,727,343
17 Bala Consulting Engineers $10,300,000
18 RMF Engineering $9,218,000
19 Interface Engineering $7,325,183
20 TLC Engineering for Architecture $7,178,353
21 Henderson Engineers $7,020,123
22 Newcomb & Boyd $6,793,882
23 Spectrum Engineers $6,701,583
24 M/E Engineering $5,157,190
25 Benham Design $5,101,280
26 I. C. Thomasson Associates $5,000,000
27 Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors $5,000,000
28 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $4,737,841
29 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $4,364,152
30 Glumac $4,056,084
31 KCI Technologies $4,000,000
32 Heapy Engineering $3,800,000
33 Wendel $3,735,968
34 Ghafari Associates $3,300,000
35 Rist-Frost-Shumway Engineering $2,500,000
36 Ross & Baruzzini $2,500,000
37 JQ Engineering $2,481,900
38 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $2,426,000
39 dbHMS $2,304,000
40 OLA Consulting Engineers $2,250,000
41 GHT Limited $1,800,000
42 P2S Engineering $1,321,450
43 Architectural Engineers $1,143,662
44 Core States Group $1,099,996
45 KZF Design $948,362
46 RDK Engineers $873,482
47 Walker Parking Consultants $750,000
48 Luckett & Farley $725,800
49 KLH Engineers $700,000
50 G & W Engineering Corp. $600,154
51 William Tao & Associates $478,685
52 H.F. Lenz Company $352,640
53 Dunham Associates $250,000
54 Pedco E & A Services $195,000
55 Cardno Haynes Whaley $117,366
56 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $107,843
57 Wick Fisher White $105,000
58 Highland Associates $100,000
59 ThermalTech Engineering $80,000
60 SSOE Group $60,876
61 Primera Engineers $46,234
62 Baird, Hampton & Brown $6,383

 

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