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Top 70 University Engineering Firms

Top 70 University Engineering Firms

AECOM, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, and Jacobs top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest university sector engineering and E/A firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | August 9, 2016

UW Health at The American Center, Madison, Wis. Photo: Steve Hall © Hedrich Blessing 2015, courtesy Flad Architects.

TOP 70 UNIVERSITY ENGINEERING FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 AECOM $65,000,000
2 WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff $37,988,000
3 Jacobs $31,600,000
4 Affiliated Engineers $19,264,000
5 KJWW / TTG $16,943,913
6 Arup $15,856,593
7 Vanderweil Engineers $15,351,800
8 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $13,586,000
9 Thornton Tomasetti $13,363,234
10 Dewberry $12,904,401
11 BR+A Consulting Engineers $11,400,000
12 RMF Engineering $11,354,900
13 Burns & McDonnell $11,116,604
14 BSA LifeStructures $10,770,801
15 P2S Engineering $10,557,369
16 Shive-Hattery $8,288,709
17 Jensen Hughes $7,740,346
18 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $7,740,000
19 Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber $7,500,000
20 ME Engineers $6,460,000
21 Loring Consulting Engineers $6,036,000
22 H.F. Lenz Company $4,944,856
23 Interface Engineering $4,794,573
24 M/E Engineering $4,688,355
25 Ross & Baruzzini $4,307,200
26 Heapy Engineering $4,160,676
27 STV $4,002,342
28 RDK Engineers $3,875,821
29 Glumac $3,696,480
30 TLC Engineering for Architecture $3,491,531
31 Woolpert $3,243,901
32 JQ Engineering $3,141,800
33 Rist-Frost-Shumway Engineering $3,000,000
34 Spectrum Engineers $2,971,807
35 Karpinski Engineering $2,932,833
36 Smith Seckman Reid $2,842,841
37 Peter Basso Associates $2,780,856
38 Global Engineering Solutions $2,620,000
39 Stanley Consultants $2,463,846
40 Newcomb & Boyd $2,448,645
41 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $2,427,726
42 Henderson Engineers $2,347,476
43 Primera Engineers $2,171,401
44 Environmental Systems Design $2,095,786
45 KCI Technologies $2,000,000
46 I. C. Thomasson Associates $1,928,200
47 dbHMS $1,920,000
48 Bala Consulting Engineers $1,880,000
49 Dunham Associates $1,750,000
50 Highland Associates $1,700,000
51 CJL Engineering, Inc. $1,510,260
52 Cardno Haynes Whaley $1,483,543
53 Syska Hennessy Group $1,445,519
54 Graef $1,357,546
55 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $1,305,742
56 Wallace Engineering $1,300,000
57 KZF Design $1,074,055
58 Luckett & Farley $1,069,453
59 William Tao & Associates $946,168
60 KLH Engineers $860,386
61 Baird, Hampton & Brown $841,665
62 Mazzetti $817,330
63 CTLGroup $800,000
64 Ghafari Associates $750,000
65 Wendel $745,424
66 OLA Consulting Engineers $672,728
67 JBA Consulting Engineers $668,293
68 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $626,415
69 SSOE Group $520,000
70 ThermalTech Engineering $500,000

 

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