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Top 90 multifamily construction firms

Multifamily Housing

Top 90 multifamily construction firms

Lendlease, Suffolk Construction, and Clark Group top BD+C’s ranking of the nation’s largest multifamily sector contractor and construction management firms, as reported in the 2017 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | September 19, 2017
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TOP 90 MULTIFAMILY CONSTRUCTION FIRMS

RANK COMPANY 2016 MULTIFAMILY REVENUE
1 Lendlease $2,128,170,000
2 Suffolk Construction $1,561,851,333
3 Clark Group $1,430,564,163
4 AECOM $1,205,900,000
5 Balfour Beatty US $996,101,715
6 Plaza Construction $926,834,000
7 Gilbane Building Co. $732,952,000
8 Swinerton $731,400,000
9 Turner Construction Co. $650,818,636
10 Hunter Roberts Construction Group $482,221,332
11 Andersen Construction $468,500,000
12 Walsh Group, The $434,675,663
13 PCL Construction Enterprises $431,211,830
14 Brasfield & Gorrie $400,627,992
15 James McHugh Construction $381,206,000
16 McShane Companies, The $361,254,358
17 Weis Builders $353,670,000
18 Batson-Cook $348,794,245
19 Ryan Companies $336,153,559
20 Webcor Builders $298,334,794
21 Cahill Contractors $286,887,882
22 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $276,476,326
23 Power Construction $275,000,000
24 Structure Tone $267,400,000
25 T.G. Nickel & Associates $257,278,441
26 Consigli Building Group $251,716,449
27 JE Dunn Construction $246,552,955
28 Summit Contracting Group $240,630,660
29 Choate Construction $214,339,284
30 Harkins Builders $210,000,000
31 Cortland Partners $198,260,890
32 James G. Davis Construction $194,499,252
33 VCC Construction $187,200,000
34 Donohoe Construction $176,155,000
35 CORE Construction Group $172,302,043
36 C.W. Driver $170,544,539
37 Level 10 Construction $157,662,195
38 Bernards $157,000,000
39 LeChase Construction $156,890,776
40 Juneau Construction $148,960,089
41 Doster Construction $145,685,261
42 Hoar Construction $133,855,000
43 Wohlsen Construction $129,341,000
44 Jordan Foster Construction $128,843,404
45 Hensel Phelps $119,470,000
46 Weitz Co., The $116,987,000
47 CNY Group $114,986,000
48 W.E. O'Neil Construction $104,473,907
49 Manhattan Construction Group $100,734,000
50 Kraus-Anderson $95,000,000
51 Mortenson Construction $87,962,000
52 IMC Construction $85,000,000
53 Pepper Construction $83,390,000
54 Adolfson & Peterson Construction $81,310,000
55 New South Construction $78,553,000
56 Layton Construction $77,300,000
57 Bette Companies, The $76,691,550
58 Skanska USA $74,395,811
59 Yates Companies, The $72,300,000
60 Beck Group, The $69,344,580
61 Sundt Construction $67,747,000
62 Sachse Construction $66,500,000
63 Kitchell $63,335,982
64 HITT Contracting $60,600,000
65 GE Johnson Construction $52,808,473
66 W. M. Jordan Co. $45,575,205
67 KBE Building Corp. $43,125,945
68 Paric Holdings $42,600,000
69 Skender Construction $39,879,939
70 Engineered Structures Inc. (ESI) $39,029,986
71 dck worldwide $38,475,000
72 Hoffman Construction $38,024,239
73 Hill & Wilkinson $36,522,009
74 S. M. Wilson $36,474,193
75 Austin Commercial $32,661,031
76 Haselden Construction $32,389,225
77 Walbridge $31,500,000
78 Shawmut Design and Construction $30,000,000
79 Leopardo Companies $28,729,533
80 DPR Construction $28,575,000
81 Messer Construction $26,000,000
82 Alberici/Flintco $25,100,000
83 BL Harbert $22,974,039
84 EMJ Corp. $18,436,930
85 LPCiminelli $17,600,000
86 STV $16,840,787
87 Hill Intl. $5,000,000
88 Cumming $3,533,100
89 Robins & Morton $3,255,667
90 JLL $2,888,996
91 Jacobs $1,120,000
92 NV5 Global $782,122

 

SEE ALL 2017 GIANTS 300 RANKINGS

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