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Top 60 K-12 School Engineering Firms

Top 60 K-12 School Engineering Firms

AECOM, Jacobs, and STV top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest K-12 school sector engineering and E/A firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 1, 2016

The 18,884-sf Collegiate Center addition to Thomas Edison Prepatory High School, Tulsa, Okla., has a floating cantilever study lounge. Two multipurpose rooms double as FEMA-361 safe rooms that can each protect up to 600 persons from winds up to 240 mph. The $4.4 million addition provides 15 distinct spaces. KSQ Design led the Building Team, with the assistance of Wallace Engineering (SE), AEG Engineering, and Crossland Construction (GC). Photo courtesy KSQ Design

 

TOP 60 K-12 SCHOOL ENGINEERING FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 AECOM $50,000,000
2 Jacobs $47,790,000
3 STV $10,618,628
4 KJWW / TTG $9,576,078
5 Wendel $6,321,646
6 Loring Consulting Engineers $6,000,000
7 SSOE Group $5,830,000
8 Dewberry $5,245,499
9 KCI Technologies $5,000,000
10 M/E Engineering $4,688,355
11 Interface Engineering $4,648,596
12 Shive-Hattery $4,444,746
13 Walter P Moore $4,383,887
14 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $3,820,000
15 Coffman Engineers $3,477,402
16 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $3,463,318
17 Global Engineering Solutions $3,275,000
18 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $2,655,000
19 Henderson Engineers $2,609,752
20 Bala Consulting Engineers $2,585,000
21 H.F. Lenz Company $1,939,675
22 Glumac $1,864,154
23 KCL Engineering $1,799,671
24 Heapy Engineering $1,625,957
25 Peter Basso Associates $1,584,834
26 RMF Engineering $1,466,500
27 Thornton Tomasetti $1,398,507
28 Highland Associates $1,300,000
29 JQ Engineering $1,251,500
30 Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber $1,200,000
31 Vanderweil Engineers $1,087,600
32 CJL Engineering, Inc. $1,080,744
33 I. C. Thomasson Associates $1,057,400
34 RDK Engineers $1,016,785
35 Rist-Frost-Shumway Engineering $1,000,000
36 Karpinski Engineering $1,000,000
37 TLC Engineering for Architecture $960,783
38 P2S Engineering $891,407
39 Graef $845,962
40 Baird, Hampton & Brown $824,059
41 OLA Consulting Engineers $800,034
42 William Tao & Associates $756,935
43 JBA Consulting Engineers $650,667
44 KLH Engineers $604,408
45 KZF Design $592,946
46 Primera Engineers $547,143
47 dbHMS $537,600
48 Wallace Engineering $500,000
49 ME Engineers $500,000
50 Newcomb & Boyd $427,804
51 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $414,817
52 Architectural Engineers $394,865
53 G & W Engineering Corp. $350,090
54 Cardno Haynes Whaley $323,309
55 Spectrum Engineers $141,327
56 CTLGroup $100,000
57 Dunham Associates $100,000
58 GHT Limited $100,000
59 Apogee Consulting Group $70,000
60 Zak Companies $50,807
61 Ghafari Associates $50,000
62 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $20,143
63 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $7,000
64 Luckett & Farley $3,703

 

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