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Top 70 Reconstruction Engineering Firms

Top 70 Reconstruction Engineering Firms

Jacobs, Robins & Morton, and The Boldt Company top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest reconstruction sector engineering and E/A firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 19, 2016

Uline Arena, Washington, D.C. Antunovich Associates (architect), DAVIS Construction (GC), SSA (MEP), Douglas Development Corporation (owner). Photo: © Rick McCleary 2016 courtesy of DAVIS Construction.

TOP 70 RECONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Jacobs $416,783,478
2 Robins & Morton $339,995,669
3 Boldt Company, The $195,086,494
4 Burns & McDonnell $176,706,584
5 IPS $141,876,000
6 WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff $136,804,000
7 Jensen Hughes $104,807,939
8 Benham Design $102,458,168
9 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $71,632,800
10 Dewberry $60,223,172
11 Thornton Tomasetti $55,522,731
12 STV $52,348,512
13 Yates Companies, The $50,000,000
14 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $49,091,000
15 SSOE Group $42,110,000
16 Syska Hennessy Group $41,761,687
17 Henderson Engineers $38,914,999
18 Wendel $38,909,581
19 Core States Group $36,805,648
20 Environmental Systems Design $36,676,269
21 Ghafari Associates $28,250,000
22 Vanderweil Engineers $27,507,000
23 TLC Engineering for Architecture $23,927,845
24 RMF Engineering $23,045,000
25 Highland Associates $22,080,000
26 Ross & Baruzzini $19,954,045
27 Glumac $18,805,868
28 BR+A Consulting Engineers $18,300,000
29 KCI Technologies $17,400,000
30 Dunham Associates $17,050,000
31 Affiliated Engineers $16,265,000
32 ME Engineers $16,000,000
33 H.F. Lenz Company $14,838,392
34 Walker Parking Consultants $14,623,271
35 P2S Engineering $13,206,990
36 Loring Consulting Engineers $13,000,000
37 KLH Engineers $12,738,026
38 Walter P Moore $12,411,139
39 Newcomb & Boyd $12,231,482
40 Interface Engineering $11,984,714
41 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $10,711,708
42 Heapy Engineering $10,632,062
43 I. C. Thomasson Associates $10,070,000
44 Zak Companies $9,904,091
45 Luckett & Farley $9,705,209
46 M/E Engineering $9,376,936
47 Global Engineering Solutions $9,170,000
48 Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors $8,000,000
49 Bala Consulting Engineers $7,850,000
50 Pedco E & A Services $7,565,000
51 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $7,421,000
52 Wick Fisher White $6,111,000
53 CTLGroup $5,900,000
54 KZF Design $5,581,262
55 Primera Engineers $5,379,289
56 Coffman Engineers $5,315,507
57 Peter Basso Associates $5,100,278
58 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $5,045,704
59 Spectrum Engineers $4,679,069
60 Wallace Engineering $4,500,000
61 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $4,340,711
62 OLA Consulting Engineers $4,125,000
63 JQ Engineering $3,649,200
64 Graef $3,560,963
65 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $3,370,843
66 Baird, Hampton & Brown $3,350,800
67 William Tao & Associates $3,318,063
68 dbHMS $3,072,000
69 G & W Engineering Corp. $2,750,707
70 Apogee Consulting Group $2,558,400
71 Rist-Frost-Shumway Engineering $2,535,000
72 Architectural Engineers $2,224,455
73 Kamm Consulting $2,090,195
74 KCL Engineering $1,671,124
75 Cardno Haynes Whaley $692,794

 

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