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Top 85 Industrial Sector Engineering Firms for 2019

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Top 85 Industrial Sector Engineering Firms for 2019

Jacobs, Fluor, IPS, CRB, and SSOE head the rankings of the nation's largest industrial sector engineering and engineering architecture (EA) firms, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2019 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | September 11, 2019
Top 85 Industrial Sector Engineering Firms for 2019

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Jacobs, Fluor, IPS, CRB, and SSOE head the rankings of the nation's largest industrial sector engineering and engineering architecture (EA) firms, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2019 Giants 300 Report.

 

 

Top 85 Industrial Sector Engineering Firms
BD+C GIANTS 300 REPORT

RANK COMPANY 2018 INDUSTRIAL REVENUE
1 Jacobs $1,880,390,000
2 Fluor Corp. $198,300,000
3 IPS-Integrated Project Services $135,100,000
4 CRB $128,592,432
5 SSOE Group $117,569,000
6 Jensen Hughes $86,803,000
7 Burns & McDonnell $84,863,837
8 Ghafari Associates $34,600,000
9 BRPH $26,460,000
10 Salas O'Brien $21,037,970
11 Kimley-Horn $20,886,523
12 WSP USA $15,518,459
13 Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors $15,500,000
14 Coffman Engineers $15,345,054
15 NV5 Global $12,812,894
16 IMEG Corp. $11,444,818
17 ThermalTech Engineering $10,979,000
18 I.C. Thomasson Associates $10,800,000
19 Barge Design Solutions $10,178,696
20 Epstein $8,460,000
21 Shive-Hattery $6,867,854
22 Affiliated Engineers $5,954,536
23 KPFF Consulting Engineers $5,944,931
24 EXP $5,753,600
25 Jordan & Skala Engineers $5,739,432
26 KCI Technologies $5,600,000
27 Guernsey $5,248,193
28 GRAEF $5,162,330
29 EAPC Architects Engineers $4,706,897
30 Martin/Martin Consulting Engineers $4,466,200
31 Halff Associates $4,071,000
32 Smith Seckman Reid $3,881,381
33 Woolpert $3,648,000
34 STV $3,518,995
35 Galloway & Company $3,144,016
36 CTA Architects Engineers $3,083,667
37 Schaefer $3,049,284
38 P2S $3,009,215
39 M/E Engineering $2,886,937
40 Thornton Tomasetti $2,725,127
41 HEAPY $2,685,283
42 Morrison Hershfield $2,659,929
43 H.F. Lenz Co. $2,500,000
44 Stanley Consultants $2,388,596
45 PEDCO E&A Services $2,375,000
46 Vanderweil Engineers $2,136,900
47 RTM Engineering Consultants $2,020,050
48 Henderson Engineers $2,000,000
49 Dewberry $1,633,850
50 McKinstry $1,450,000
51 AE Works $1,261,649
52 RMF Engineering $1,220,000
53 CESO $1,207,000
54 TLC Engineering Solutions $1,114,858
55 Korda/Nemeth Engineering $1,000,000
56 PWI Engineering $920,000
57 JQ Engineering $887,375
58 Walter P Moore $742,123
59 Arora Engineers $715,995
60 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $639,068
61 Interface Engineering $633,573
62 Wallace Engineering $600,000
63 Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber $508,000
64 Tighe & Bond $500,000
65 Syska Hennessy Group $499,631
66 Spectrum Engineers $456,780
67 Newcomb & Boyd $393,271
68 Bala Consulting Engineers $371,000
69 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers, Inc. $368,207
70 Karpinski Engineering $300,000
71 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $271,960
72 dbHMS $255,000
73 KCL Engineering $248,411
74 KLH Engineers $231,824
75 French & Parrello Associates $229,000
76 Primera Engineers $221,000
77 Wick Fisher White $190,000
78 Peter Basso Associates $170,000
79 Zak Companies $166,562
80 Specialized Engineering Solutions (SES) $150,000
81 Global Engineering Solutions $136,000
82 Structured Engineering Solutions $135,000
83 Dunham Associates $100,000
84 PBS Engineers $100,000
85 FEA Consulting Engineers $26,000
86 Paradigm Structural Engineers $2,220
SOURCE: BD+C 2019 GIANTS 300 REPORT

      

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