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Top 60 Sports Facility Construction Firms

Top 60 Sports Facility Construction Firms

Mortenson Construction, AECOM, and Turner Construction Co. top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest sports facility sector construction and construction management firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


August 15, 2016

The Campus Crossroads Project at Notre Dame Stadium, The University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind. HOK is a consultant to lead design architect S/L/A/M Collaborative, providing design services for the sports, recreation and hospitality components. Image courtesy of HOK.

TOP 60 SPORTS FACILITY CONSTRUCTION FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Mortenson Construction $837,136,000
2 AECOM $692,550,000
3 Turner Construction Co. $452,522,888
4 PCL Construction Enterprises $368,505,497
5 Manhattan Construction Group $277,528,000
6 Barton Malow Co. $266,882,651
7 Holder Construction Co. $154,000,000
8 Skanska USA $150,328,639
9 Brasfield & Gorrie $141,714,487
10 Pepper Construction Group $129,770,000
11 Hunter Roberts Construction Group $117,857,750
12 Alberici-Flintco $100,532,531
13 Gilbane Building Co. $71,080,000
14 Austin Industries $70,752,361
15 Beck Group, The $65,554,492
16 Kraus-Anderson $45,000,000
17 New South Construction Co. $44,002,000
18 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $40,610,000
19 Shawmut Design and Construction $30,000,000
20 Suffolk Construction Co. $24,262,309
21 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $23,848,160
22 Branch & Associates $22,176,784
23 Rodgers Builders $21,884,000
24 Yates Companies, The $21,700,000
25 Hill International $21,000,000
26 JE Dunn Construction $19,698,765
27 VCC $17,939,937
28 Ryan Companies US $15,607,994
29 Layton Construction Co. $15,200,000
30 DPR Construction $15,020,000
31 Bernards $14,200,000
32 Messer Construction Co. $14,000,000
33 Clark Group $13,039,716
34 James McHugh Construction Co. $12,141,775
35 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $11,940,000
36 McShane Cos., The $9,953,653
37 Paric Corporation $9,000,000
38 Coakley & Williams Construction $8,638,868
39 LeChase Construction $8,500,000
40 Sundt Construction $7,610,334
41 Bette Companies, The $7,604,504
42 Leopardo Companies $6,454,480
43 Hoar Construction $5,593,000
44 WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff $4,557,000
45 LPCiminelli $4,338,000
46 JLL $3,583,821
47 S. M. Wilson & Co. $3,432,935
48 STV $3,149,621
49 Lendlease $2,477,000
50 Haselden Construction $2,174,749
51 W.E. O’Neil Construction Co. $2,156,057
52 Stalco Construction $1,900,000
53 Webcor Builders $1,720,978
54 Graham Construction $1,700,000
55 Power Construction Co. $1,500,000
56 Kitchell Corp. $1,422,848
57 Cumming $1,027,000
58 Hoffman Construction $866,729
59 BlueScope Construction $864,827
60 Shook Construction Co. $623,341

 

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