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Top BIM Construction Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Top BIM Construction Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Turner, Clark Group, DPR top Building Design+Construction's 2013 ranking of the contractors and construction management firms with the most revenue from BIM-driven projects.


By BD+C Staff | July 19, 2013
Courtesy FKP Architects and SSR
Courtesy FKP Architects and SSR
Rank Company 2012 BIM Revenue ($)
1 Turner Corporation, The $5,924,000,000
2 Clark Group $2,224,508,127
3 DPR Construction $2,175,000,000
4 Hoffman Construction $2,155,377,276
5 Hensel Phelps $2,089,180,000
6 Mortenson Construction $1,992,450,000
7 Balfour Beatty $1,902,988,332
8 McCarthy Holdings $1,879,000,000
9 JE Dunn Construction $1,513,283,005
10 Walsh Group, The $1,313,656,333
11 Lend Lease $1,218,122,000
12 PCL Construction Enterprises $1,213,156,585
13 Holder Construction $1,019,000,000
14 Structure Tone $923,829,900
15 Swinerton Builders $915,070,800
16 Clayco $872,000,000
17 Austin Commercial $868,955,572
18 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $868,573,404
19 Walbridge $839,182,500
20 Suffolk Construction $834,511,728
21 Hunt Construction Group $810,500,000
22 Brasfield & Gorrie $684,493,359
23 Gilbane $523,064,000
24 Messer Construction $513,538,062
25 Weitz Co., The $513,360,000
26 Manhattan Construction $497,216,000
27 James G Davis Construction $475,000,000
28 Pepper Construction Group $464,990,000
29 Power Construction $450,000,000
30 Robins & Morton $401,650,000
31 Ryan Companies US $386,798,862
32 C.W. Driver $382,694,559
33 LPCiminelli $348,491,000
34 Sundt Construction $338,075,234
35 Hoar Construction $320,216,000
36 Shawmut Design and Construction $310,000,000
37 W. M. Jordan Co. $279,491,524
38 Flintco $279,360,000
39 Consigli Construction $270,606,369
40 McGough $267,000,000
41 Linbeck Group $244,000,000
42 Rodgers Builders $225,582,000
43 James McHugh Construction $219,451,000
44 Barton Malow $208,300,466
45 Boldt Company, The $170,000,000
46 HITT Contracting $165,000,000
47 O'Neil Industries/W.E. O'Neil $161,924,537
48 Yates Cos., The $149,600,000
49 Kraus-Anderson Construction $140,000,000
50 Gray $136,428,850
51 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $120,193,073
52 Alberici Constructors $115,326,844
53 Coakley & Williams Construction $91,368,701
54 EMJ $83,196,377
55 Batson-Cook $75,554,514
56 Clancy & Theys Construction $70,000,000
57 Carlson Design Construct $65,000,000
58 ECC $54,582,771
59 Absher Construction $45,100,000
60 CORE Construction Group $38,303,417
61 New South Construction $35,970,000
62 KBE Building Corporation $30,365,655
63 Harkins Builders $14,400,000
64 Bomel Construction $10,700,000
65 E.W. Howell $5,040,000
66 S. M. Wilson & Co. $4,399,663
67 Doster Construction $4,183,908
68 Stalco Construction $3,100,000
69 Jones Lang LaSalle $2,989,600
70 Choate Construction $64,657

 

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