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Top 95 Industrial Sector Contractors for 2019

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Top 95 Industrial Sector Contractors for 2019

Fluor, Clayco, Jacobs, ARCO, and Gray Construction top the rankings of the nation's largest industrial sector contractors and construction management firms, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2019 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | September 11, 2019
Top Industrial Sector Construction Firms DPR Construction Gresham - LG Appliance

Most warehouses in the U.S. are still single-story buildings on vast land tracts. Gresham Smith helped get the 1.2-million-sf LG Electronics’ washing machine manufacturing plant back on schedule—after a five-month delay—to where production for Phase 1 commenced last October. Gresham Smith created the four-phase master plan for this plant, which will sit on 309 acres in Clarksville, Tenn., as well as the engineering. DPR Construction was the GC. Phase 1 had its grand opening on May 29. The $360 million facility hired 550 employees and expects that number to rise to 700. Photo: DPR Construction

    

Fluor, Clayco, Jacobs, ARCO, and Gray Construction top the rankings of the nation's largest industrial sector contractors and construction management firms, as reported in Building Design+Construction's 2019 Giants 300 Report.

 

 

Top 95 Industrial Sector Contractors for 2019
BD+C GIANTS 300 REPORT

RANK COMPANY 2018 INDUSTRIAL REVENUE
1 Fluor Corp. $1,664,300,000
2 Clayco $1,191,000,000
3 Jacobs $1,171,880,000
4 ARCO Construction $1,024,031,298
5 Gray Construction $955,449,982
6 Walbridge $941,811,543
7 Hensel Phelps $844,223,201
8 Turner Construction $741,436,752
9 Haskell $676,321,248
10 DPR Construction $634,503,000
11 Gilbane $632,768,000
12 Yates Companies, The $576,280,000
13 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $560,505,737
14 Boldt Company, The $555,305,000
15 Ryan Companies* $541,250,028
16 Brasfield & Gorrie $443,760,448
17 Barton Malow Company $436,000,000
18 Layton Construction $432,463,325
19 AECOM $403,900,000
20 CRB $340,346,905
21 McShane Companies, The $284,509,929
22 Choate Construction $278,827,895
23 Millie and Severson General Contractors $257,734,948
24 Burns & McDonnell $250,359,456
25 Pepper Construction Group $243,390,000
26 IPS-Integrated Project Services $226,700,000
27 Epstein $216,844,000
28 Lendlease $209,133,135
29 Weitz Company, The $207,184,000
30 Graycor $203,036,414
31 STO Building Group (formerly Structure Tone) $201,000,000
32 JE Dunn Construction $169,475,457
33 LeChase Construction Services $145,812,582
34 Paric $126,963,592
35 Skanska USA $107,274,046
36 Mortenson Construction $100,645,000
37 W.E. O'Neil Construction $94,839,773
38 PCL Construcrion Enterprises $90,942,290
39 Kinsley Construction $88,504,985
40 Walsh Group, The $87,182,665
41 BL Harbert $73,790,458
42 McGough Construction $68,000,000
43 Hill & Wilkinson $67,981,109
44 Messer Construction $67,000,000
45 Crossland Construction $62,894,925
46 Joeris General Contractors $49,093,291
47 McCownGordon Construction $46,236,591
48 BlueScope Construction $41,772,413
49 ThermalTech Engineering $36,814,000
50 Nabholz $36,799,520
51 Wohlsen Construction $35,068,000
52 CORE Construction Group $30,228,864
53 McKinstry $29,000,000
54 HITT Contracting $28,100,052
55 Hagerman Group, The $27,000,000
56 JLL $21,225,167
57 DeAngelis Diamond Construction $20,988,000
58 Elford $20,000,000
59 Hill International $18,200,000
60 Harkins Builders $18,000,000
61 Andersen Construction $17,700,000
62 McCarthy $16,666,716
63 Kaufman Lynn Construction $16,060,871
64 Hunter Roberts Construction Group $15,000,000
65 Leopardo Companies $14,653,493
66 W. M. Jordan Company $14,502,649
67 Del Amo Construction $13,558,022
68 Manhattan Construction Group $11,227,773
69 Kraus-Anderson Construction Company $10,000,000
70 SSOE Group $8,931,000
71 Benchmark Construction $8,274,027
72 CBRE $8,180,000
73 Sachse Construction $7,800,000
74 Doster Construction $6,857,934
75 Consigli Building Group $5,909,788
76 Fortis Construction $5,030,000
77 Power Construction $5,000,000
78 CSI Construction $4,600,000
79 KBE Building Corp. $4,315,818
80 Donohoe Construction $4,072,000
81 Robins & Morton $3,263,530
82 Stalco Construction $2,950,000
83 S. M. Wilson $2,737,514
84 Progressive AE $2,534,137
85 Parrish Construction $2,319,766
86 STV $2,279,106
87 Balfour Beatty US $1,611,533
88 Batson-Cook $1,022,377
89 Kitchell $1,016,695
90 Haselden Construction $794,423
91 Zak Companies $788,048
92 Holt Construction $753,412
93 ICON Architects $510,000
94 Suffolk $258,030
95 Wendel $220,800
96 Ghafari Associates $200,000
97 HSC Builders & Construction Managers $121,000
SOURCE: BD+C 2019 GIANTS 300 REPORT

     

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