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Top Architecture/Engineering Firms [2014 Giants 300 Report]

Top Architecture/Engineering Firms [2014 Giants 300 Report]

Stantec, HOK, and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill top Building Design+Construction's 2014 ranking of the largest architecture/engineering firms in the United States.


By BD+C Staff | July 18, 2014
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Rank Company 2013 A/E Revenue ($)
1 Stantec $450,836,575
2 HOK $400,000,000
3 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $334,525,346
4 HDR $303,000,000
5 HKS $255,063,624
6 CannonDesign $213,000,000
7 RTKL Associates $205,373,000
8 SmithGroupJJR $162,973,000
9 Hammel, Green and Abrahamson $119,100,000
10 DLR Group $110,000,000
11 Leo A Daly $107,370,172
12 Page $99,750,000
13 Flad Architects $77,200,000
14 NORR $77,138,166
15 EYP Architecture & Engineering $75,000,000
16 Heery International $69,483,688
17 EwingCole $66,400,000
18 Gresham, Smith and Partners $63,648,000
19 Clark Nexsen $62,965,000
20 SHW Group $56,587,000
21 Little $54,196,720
22 RS&H $49,000,000
23 RSP Architects $47,822,000
24 LPA $47,519,086
25 CTA Architects Engineers $45,875,649
26 Harley Ellis Devereaux $43,500,000
27 PBK $42,600,000
28 Ware Malcomb $42,100,000
29 WD Partners $41,800,000
30 Nelson $40,253,092
31 Hunt Companies $39,986,811
32 Ballinger $38,780,911
33 BRPH $36,516,000
34 BSA LifeStructures $36,345,640
35 Moody Nolan $36,130,811
36 Epstein $31,856,000
37 PGAL $30,680,000
38 Morris Architects $27,824,750
39 Parkhill, Smith & Cooper $27,519,000
40 Bergmann Associates $27,500,000
41 Goodwyn Mills & Cawood $26,864,800
42 FreemanWhite $25,543,154
43 Westlake Reed Leskosky $25,300,000
44 Lord Aeck Sargent $25,255,733
45 Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $23,385,000
46 HNTB Corp. $20,743,217
47 Albert Kahn Associates $20,173,778
48 Environetics $18,784,073
49 Fanning/Howey Associates $18,623,000
50 SchenkelShultz Architecture $18,570,000
51 Integrus Architecture $18,156,275
52 Hastings+Chivetta Architects $16,856,518
53 Wight & Company (AE) $16,194,000
54 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $15,838,420
55 Astorino $14,092,666
56 Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio $14,053,380
57 Nadel $14,000,000
58 LawKingdon Architecture $13,500,000
59 CASCO Diversified Corp. $13,300,000
60 Baskervill $12,126,880
61 Becker Morgan Group $12,111,245
62 Margulies Perruzzi Architects $11,482,280
63 TEG Architects $10,387,812
64 KZF Design $10,192,399
65 LaBella Associates $9,768,684
66 Rosser International $8,971,774
67 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $8,318,000
68 BBS Architects $8,093,283
69 Urban Design Group $7,660,000
70 Hoffmann Architects $7,400,000
71 JRS Architect $5,900,000
72 Sheehan Partners $5,808,601
73 TK Architects $4,342,048
74 Hensley Lamkin Rachel $3,510,000
75 Emersion Design $3,507,325
76 PHX Architecture $3,300,000
77 RDH Interests $3,290,542
78 ATA Beilharz Architects $1,575,255
79 Colkitt & Company $1,100,000
80 Poskanzer Skott $1,025,000

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