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Top BIM Architecture Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Top BIM Architecture Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Gensler, HOK, HDR top Building Design+Construction's 2013 ranking of the architecture and architecture/engineering firms with the most revenue from BIM-driven projects.


By BD+C Staff | July 19, 2013
Cook Childrens Hospital North Tower, Fort Worth, Texas; Rendering: Courtesy FKP
Cook Childrens Hospital North Tower, Fort Worth, Texas; Rendering: Courtesy FKP Architects and SSR
Rank Company 2012 BIM Revenue ($)
1 Gensler $484,286,130
2 HOK $385,700,000
3 HDR Architecture $299,828,000
4 Perkins+Will $270,225,000
5 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill $267,601,700
6 HKS $216,000,000
7 Stantec $197,000,000
8 Cannon Design $165,000,000
9 RTKL $131,834,950
10 SmithGroupJJR $105,598,000
11 EYP $85,381,169
12 Corgan $79,216,442
13 ZGF Architects $75,004,322
14 Hammel, Green and Abrahamson $74,300,000
15 PageSoutherlandPage $69,330,000
16 Flad Architects $65,200,000
17 Fentress Architects $57,800,000
18 HMC Architects $54,590,674
19 DLR Group $53,000,000
20 Perkins Eastman $50,750,000
21 Ennead Architects $50,130,000
22 HNTB Archtecture $48,840,828
23 SHW Group $46,817,128
24 BSA LifeStructures $45,582,887
25 Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates $43,254,418
26 Cooper Carry $35,772,963
27 Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Abbott $35,689,160
28 Harley Ellis Devereaux $34,512,000
29 Little $32,828,600
30 Sasaki Associates $32,477,625
31 WHR Architects $32,315,287
32 Kaplan McLaughlin Diaz $32,000,000
33 EwingCole $30,000,000
34 WDG Architecture $29,224,000
35 CO Architects $28,845,000
36 Cuningham Group Architecture $28,628,186
37 Moseley Architects $28,139,757
38 Array Architects $26,933,863
39 OZ Architecture $25,752,000
40 FKP Architects $25,000,000
41 FXFOWLE Architects $24,637,693
42 Payette $23,827,500
43 Morris Architects $23,400,000
44 LPA $22,801,366
45 Moody Nolan $22,100,000
46 LS3P $22,099,802
47 CTA Architects Engineers $21,614,667
48 Ballinger $21,254,852
49 Kirksey Architecture $21,152,542
50 IBI Group $20,867,271
51 Francis Cauffman $20,518,122
52 Westlake Reed Leskosky $20,480,000
53 PGAL $20,320,000
54 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $20,202,859
55 Albert Kahn Family of Companies $19,576,600
56 Fanning/Howey Associates $19,200,000
57 RNL $18,955,000
58 Cambridge Seven Associates $18,200,000
59 Hnedak Bobo Group $17,105,000
60 Hoefer Wysocki Architecture $16,608,000
61 Taylor $16,196,847
62 Astorino $16,134,495
63 LMN Architects $16,060,800
64 Epstein $15,031,000
65 Fletcher-Thompson $14,925,000
66 Integrated Design Group $14,598,910
67 FGM Architects $14,100,100
68 VOA Associates $12,699,000
69 SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $11,677,437
70 NTD Architecture $11,613,804
71 GBBN Architects $10,050,000
72 Lee, Burkhart, Liu $9,450,000
73 SLATERPAULL Architects $9,101,937
74 Legat Architects $8,952,000
75 Margulies Perruzzi Architects $8,875,543
76 Davis Brody Bond $8,649,455
77 Ziegler Cooper Architects $8,000,000
78 HLW International $8,000,000
79 MBH Architects $7,301,000
80 Good Fulton & Farrell $6,935,144
81 Heery International $6,700,000
82 Wight & Co. $6,663,600
83 Reynolds, Smith and Hills $6,540,000
84 Lord, Aeck & Sargent $6,276,000
85 RBB Architects $6,262,236
86 WATG / Wimberly Interiors $6,006,000
87 H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture $5,313,000
88 Gresham, Smith and Partners $5,178,894
89 Swanke Hayden Connell Asrchitects $5,000,000
90 Anderson Mikos Architects $4,675,000
91 Baskervill $4,390,000
92 Architekton $3,824,417
93 WD Partners $3,740,000
94 FreemanWhite $3,594,638
95 FRCH Design Worldwide $3,566,844
96 Carrier Johnson + Culture $2,920,746
97 LARGE Architecture $2,830,756
98 BBG-BBGM $2,800,000
99 Ware Malcomb $2,654,000
100 NELSON $2,076,490
101 PBK $2,010,000
102 Perkowitz+Ruth Architects $1,925,652
103 KZF Design $1,768,442
104 Environetics $1,600,000
105 CASCO $1,500,000
106 Beyer Blinder Belle Architects & Planners $1,410,858
107 DLA Architects $1,132,740
108 api(+) $1,100,000
109 Massa Montalto Architects $1,063,453
110 Omniplan Architects $1,027,000
111 Emersion Design $1,023,928
112 Harvard Jolly Architecture $762,000
113 LawKingdon Architecture $750,000
114 Nadel $618,000
115 TEG Architects - The Estopinal Group $528,135
116 BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers $470,000
117 Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio $275,000
118 PHX Architecture $120,000
119 JRS Architect $25,000
120 H+L Architecture $10,827

 

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