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Top 70 Hotel Sector Engineering Firms for 2019

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Top 70 Hotel Sector Engineering Firms for 2019

NV5, EXP, Jensen Hughes, KPFF, and Thornton Tomasetti head the rankings of the nation's largest hotel sector engineering and engineering architecture (EA) firms, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2019 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | September 5, 2019
Top 70 Hotel Sector Engineering Firms for 2019

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NV5, EXP, Jensen Hughes, KPFF, and Thornton Tomasetti head the rankings of the nation's largest hotel sector engineering and engineering architecture (EA) firms, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2019 Giants 300 Report.

 

 

Top 70 Hotel Sector Engineering Firms
BD+C GIANTS 300 REPORT

RANK COMPANY 2018 HOTEL REVENUE
1 NV5 Global $29,582,316
2 EXP $25,700,900
3 Jensen Hughes $16,246,000
4 KPFF Consulting Engineers $13,873,394
5 Thornton Tomasetti $10,368,834
6 WSP USA $9,816,619
7 FEA Consulting Engineers $8,475,000
8 Kimley-Horn $8,233,929
9 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $7,494,518
10 Arup $6,081,109
11 IMEG Corp. $5,913,778
12 Jaros, Baum & Bolles $5,294,172
13 Bala Consulting Engineers $4,823,000
14 Salas O'Brien $3,788,652
15 TLC Engineering Solutions $3,746,678
16 Walter P Moore $3,556,216
17 Vanderweil Engineers $3,129,500
18 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger* $2,617,859
19 Walker Consultants $2,559,626
20 Woolpert $2,375,000
21 Henderson Engineers $2,000,000
22 GRAEF $1,900,783
23 I.C. Thomasson Associates $1,900,000
24 Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers $1,585,855
25 AKF Group $1,488,302
26 Interface Engineering $1,453,811
27 M/E Engineering $1,443,469
28 Coffman Engineers $1,159,616
29 Jordan & Skala Engineers $1,133,244
30 Galloway & Company $1,130,936
31 RTM Engineering Consultants $1,122,250
32 Morrison Hershfield $1,118,202
33 Magnusson Klemencic Associates* $1,016,380
34 Allen & Shariff Engineering $884,607
35 Newcomb & Boyd $815,474
36 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers, Inc. $784,427
37 Halff Associates $717,000
38 Wallace Engineering $700,000
39 Schaefer $653,616
40 Smith Seckman Reid $609,128
41 Spectrum Engineers $592,781
42 ME Engineers $590,000
43 RMF Engineering $518,500
44 H.F. Lenz Co. $500,000
45 KLH Engineers $481,053
46 Epstein $458,000
47 dbHMS $425,000
48 Karpinski Engineering $400,000
49 Shive-Hattery $316,706
50 HEAPY $299,579
51 Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber $287,000
52 Core States Group $257,213
53 McKinstry $250,000
54 Syska Hennessy Group $249,393
55 KCL Engineering $222,150
56 CESO $208,000
57 Dunham Associates $200,000
58 ThermalTech Engineering $195,500
59 Affiliated Engineers $158,389
60 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $145,288
61 CTA Architects Engineers $107,165
62 KCI Technologies $100,000
Tighe & Bond $100,000
64 JQ Engineering $88,880
65 EAPC Architects Engineers $85,443
66 Peter Basso Associates $80,000
67 Architectural Engineers Inc. $73,520
68 Wick Fisher White $70,000
69 P2S $53,763
70 French & Parrello Associates $50,000
71 ESD $49,940
72 PBS Engineers $25,000
73 CMTA $16,730
74 Barge Design Solutions $11,612
75 Paradigm Structural Engineers $7,085
76 STV $7,025
SOURCE: BD+C 2019 GIANTS 300 REPORT  * EDITORS’ ESTIMATE

 

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