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Top 80 Architecture/Engineering firms

Top 80 Architecture/Engineering firms

Stantec, HOK, and Callison RTKL once again top Building Design+Construction's 2016 ranking of the largest architecture/engineering firms in the United States. 


By BD+C Editors | July 26, 2016

CallisonRTKL served as architect for this Warren Clinic in Tulsa, Okla. Image: CallisonRTKL.

TOP 80 ARCHITECTURE/ENGINEERING FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Stantec $579,413,704
2 HOK $450,824,000
3 CallisonRTKL $405,559,000
4 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $352,332,272
5 HDR $314,800,000
6 SmithGroupJJR $222,085,339
7 CannonDesign $218,000,000
8 DLR Group $158,000,000
9 EYP $149,595,604
10 HGA $142,750,000
11 Page $139,000,000
12 NORR $137,488,821
13 Gresham, Smith and Partners $101,024,000
14 Leo A Daly $96,548,666
15 Nelson Worldwide Holdings $79,872,131
16 Flad Architects $74,100,000
17 EwingCole $65,754,000
18 LPA $64,063,658
19 Clark Nexsen $63,701,392
20 BRPH $63,095,404
21 Harley Ellis Devereaux $63,000,000
22 Ware Malcomb $62,861,465
23 PBK $62,400,000
24 Huckabee $60,544,770
25 CTA Architects Engineers $56,540,243
26 RSP Architects $54,613,000
27 RS&H $54,000,000
28 GreenbergFarrow $53,134,312
29 Little $49,406,000
30 Ballinger $47,381,276
31 Moseley Architects $43,618,103
32 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $40,950,000
33 Morris Architects $40,700,000
34 Westlake Reed Leskosky $40,210,398
35 Heery International $36,368,516
36 WD Partners $36,123,000
37 Wold Architects and Engineers $35,800,000
38 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $35,733,070
39 Lawrence Group $33,275,000
40 HNTB Corporation $31,894,668
41 Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood $30,704,308
42 Bergmann Associates $28,865,335
43 Environetics $27,973,007
44 Paulus, Sokolowski and Sartor $27,380,000
45 FXFOWLE $26,881,440
46 SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $26,523,596
47 FreemanWhite $25,681,732
48 Integrus Architecture $24,284,055
49 Guernsey $23,062,942
50 Alliiance $22,507,000
51 KSQ Design $21,148,806
52 Epstein $19,600,000
53 Fanning/Howey Associates $19,167,566
54 Schenkel & Shultz $18,774,000
55 LK Architecture $17,640,000
56 Baskervill $15,538,552
57 Albert Kahn Associates $15,500,000
58 Sargenti Architects $15,450,000
59 Nadel $15,016,519
60 Becker Morgan Group $14,500,530
61 CASCO $14,450,000
62 Herschman Architects $14,077,722
63 Rosser International $13,067,871
64 Anderson Mikos Architects $12,866,000
65 Wright Heerema Architects $11,500,000
66 Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon $11,425,000
67 DLA Architects $9,603,058
68 Hoffmann Architects $8,988,750
69 DLA+ Architecture & Interior Design $8,842,000
70 GSB $7,801,562
71 Jonathan Nehmer + Associates $7,592,298
72 Larson Design Group $7,534,381
73 BBS Architects and Engineers $7,010,000
74 ACAI Associates $6,780,000
75 John Ciardullo Associates $6,682,132
76 ai Design Group $6,407,028
77 Emersion Design $6,355,288
78 TK Architects International $5,314,888
79 DAG Architects $4,500,000
80 Jencen Architecture $4,000,000
81 NewStudio Architecture $3,950,000
82 Convergence Design $1,234,000
83 GRW $1,233,162

 

 

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