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Top 90 Office Building Engineering Firms for 2023

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Top 90 Office Building Engineering Firms for 2023

Jacobs, WSP, Alfa Tech, and AECOM head BD+C's ranking of the nation's largest office building sector engineering and engineering/architecture (EA) firms for 2023, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2023 Giants 400 Report.


By BD+C Staff | September 18, 2023
Top Office Building Engineering Firms for 2023 - Photo by LYCS Architecture on Unsplash

Photo by LYCS Architecture on Unsplash

Jacobs, WSP, Alfa Tech, and AECOM head BD+C's ranking of the nation's largest office building sector engineering and engineering/architecture (EA) firms for 2023, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2023 Giants 400 Report. Note: This ranking includes revenue for all office building work, including core and shell projects and workplace/interior fitouts.   

 

Top 90 Office Building Engineering Firms for 2023
 FIRM2022 REVENUE
1Jacobs$501,900,000
2WSP$229,374,531
3Alfa Tech Consulting Engineers$189,600,000
4AECOM$143,500,000
5Thornton Tomasetti$108,370,385
6Tetra Tech High Performance Buildings Group$99,232,278
7Burns & McDonnell$89,406,860
8Langan$56,000,000
9NV5 Global$55,437,190
10Dewberry$43,161,478
11Arup$41,669,328
12Kimley-Horn$38,770,000
13McKinstry$36,500,000
14Syska Hennessy Group$33,391,448
15IMEG$33,384,600
16Whitman, Requardt & Associates$32,135,807
17Jaros, Baum & Bolles$31,858,640
18ESD (now Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.)$25,951,483
19BKF Engineers$24,265,923
20Salas O'Brien$23,063,328
21Walter P Moore$19,609,845
22Vanderweil Engineers$18,931,700
23Magnusson Klemencic Associates$18,636,703
24AKF$17,605,450
25Ghafari Associates$15,504,000
26Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates$13,583,000
27EXP$12,448,000
28KPFF Consulting Engineers$11,492,458
29Morrison Hershfield$11,310,275
30ME Engineers$10,900,000
31Woolpert$10,500,000
32Interface Engineering$10,197,764
33ISG$9,697,144
34CMTA$9,249,535
35TLC Engineering Solutions$9,230,758
36CDM Smith$8,266,739
37Bala Consulting Engineers$8,253,750
38SSOE$8,235,854
39Teecom$7,914,282
40Shive-Hattery$7,551,958
41Affiliated Engineers$7,487,915
42Newcomb & Boyd$7,012,642
43DLZ Corporation$6,391,719
44Dunham Associates$5,500,000
45Farnsworth Group$4,843,851
46KCI Technologies$4,782,470
47Highland Associates$4,400,000
48Henderson Engineers$4,322,196
49DeSimone Consulting Engineering$4,122,428
50Halff$3,882,000
51Martin/Martin$3,835,138
52Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers$3,815,321
53Kohrs Lonnemann Heil Engineers (KLH)$3,332,503
54Karpinski Engineering$3,130,000
55Smith Seckman Reid (SSR)$2,562,228
56PRIME AE Group$2,541,926
57Wallace Design Collective$2,500,000
58RTM Engineering Consultants$2,410,950
59Heapy$2,346,196
60Stanley Consultants$2,325,818
61Osborn Engineering$2,250,000
62GRAEF$2,037,711
63Hixson Architecture, Engineering, Interiors$2,000,000
64I.C. Thomasson Associates$1,800,000
65Davis, Bowen & Friedel$1,646,321
66PBS Engineers$1,525,000
67M/E Engineering$1,525,000
68Jordan & Skala Engineers$1,276,230
69PCS Structural Solutions$1,275,976
70PS&S$1,170,236
71Burns Engineering$1,105,093
72Bennett & Pless$1,000,834
73BRPH Companies$1,000,000
-ThermalTech Engineering$1,000,000
75Wick Fisher White$912,602
76Schaefer$905,670
77JP Harvey Engineering Solutions$875,241
78EAPC Architects Engineers$873,552
79KCL Engineering$865,241
80Kohler Ronan$819,989
81JQ Engineering$695,577
82EVstudio$664,000
83Mazzetti$650,000
84Primera Engineers$610,693
85SSC Engineering$465,000
86DH Engineering$440,989
87Swanson Rink$419,856
88BG Buildingworks$380,000
89Henderson Building Solutions$350,441
90Parametrix$324,561
91P2S$287,338
92H.F. Lenz$273,182
93French & Parrello Associates$217,080
94raSmith$194,492
95Arora Engineers$64,333
 
 

Source: 2023 Giants 400 Report

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