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Top 80 hotel construction firms

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Top 80 hotel construction firms

Turner Construction Co., Swinerton, and The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s largest hotel sector contractor and construction management firms, as reported in the 2017 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | September 22, 2017
The Indigo Hotel

The Indigo Hotel in downtown Los Angeles will recall eras of that city's history with art in different rooms and areas. (Note the art in the ceiling of the hotel's Sky Bar.) Saiful Bouquet was the structural engineer for the project. Photo courtesy HBA.

 

 

TOP 80 HOTEL CONSTRUCTION FIRMS

RANK COMPANY 2016 HOTEL REVENUE
1 Turner Construction Co. $520,876,886
2 Swinerton $501,000,000
3 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $491,331,724
4 Hensel Phelps $484,520,000
5 Balfour Beatty US $463,870,827
6 Manhattan Construction Group $307,711,000
7 AECOM $278,900,000
8 Mortenson Construction $250,123,000
9 PCL Construction Enterprises $229,634,304
10 LPCiminelli $203,511,000
11 Clark Group $195,830,971
12 LeChase Construction $189,290,988
13 Brasfield & Gorrie $187,567,682
14 Layton Construction $170,000,000
15 Structure Tone $159,000,000
16 EMJ Corp. $157,941,279
17 Suffolk Construction $143,510,950
18 W. M. Jordan Co. $135,144,401
19 Webcor Builders $123,153,807
20 DPR Construction $120,780,000
21 Power Construction $120,000,000
22 Austin Commercial $115,931,155
23 CNY Group $111,494,000
24 Weitz Co., The $99,538,000
25 C.W. Driver $95,878,135
26 JE Dunn Construction $93,288,166
27 Yates Companies, The $89,300,000
28 Skanska USA $85,363,018
29 Alberici/Flintco $83,470,000
30 James McHugh Construction $82,000,000
31 Gilbane Building Co. $81,678,000
32 Ryan Companies $80,774,259
33 Lendlease $77,667,000
34 HITT Contracting $77,600,000
35 Shawmut Design and Construction $72,000,000
36 McCarthy Holdings $68,298,911
37 VCC Construction $62,400,000
38 Hill & Wilkinson $59,223,400
39 GE Johnson Construction $57,702,049
40 dck worldwide $56,835,000
41 Pepper Construction $54,560,000
42 Walsh Group, The $50,209,934
43 Donohoe Construction $49,044,000
44 Choate Construction $48,344,950
45 Robins & Morton $47,739,223
46 Gray Construction $46,887,773
47 Weis Builders $45,110,000
48 Holder Construction $30,000,000
49 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $29,906,000
50 Beck Group, The $29,673,846
51 Paric Holdings $29,100,000
52 W.E. O'Neil Construction $27,795,918
53 Batson-Cook $26,598,664
54 T.G. Nickel & Associates $25,570,196
55 CORE Construction Group $25,343,289
56 Cahill Contractors $25,159,559
57 Wohlsen Construction $24,221,000
58 Andersen Construction $24,200,000
59 Rodgers Builders $22,703,000
60 Jordan Foster Construction $19,529,015
61 Cumming $18,843,200
62 Hunter Roberts Construction Group $18,199,431
63 Coakley & Williams Construction $17,610,975
64 Engineered Structures Inc. (ESI) $17,542,106
65 BL Harbert $14,796,519
66 Kitchell $13,176,223
67 Hill Intl. $12,000,000
68 Sachse Construction $10,300,000
69 Plaza Construction $9,900,000
70 IMC Construction $9,300,000
71 Sundt Construction $9,085,000
72 JLL $8,608,418
73 Bernards $8,000,000
74 Hoar Construction $7,681,000
75 Bette Companies, The $7,474,652
76 Hagerman Group, The $7,000,000
77 Linbeck Group $5,330,991
78 Kraus-Anderson $5,000,000
79 Consigli Building Group $3,163,259
80 NV5 Global $3,128,488
81 Haselden Construction $2,859,504
82 Barton Malow $2,750,000
83 Juneau Construction $1,790,165
84 Doster Construction $1,623,862

 

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