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Top Contractors [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Top Contractors [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Turner, Fluor, Skanska top Building Design+Construction's 2013 ranking of the largest contractors in the United States. 


By BD+C Staff | July 16, 2013
Caterpillar facility, Winston-Salem, N.C.; Courtesy Gray
Caterpillar facility, Winston-Salem, N.C.; Courtesy Gray
This article first appeared in the BD+C July 2013 Issue issue of BD+C.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rank Company 2012 Total Revenue ($)
1 Turner Corporation, The $9,084,870,000
2 Fluor $4,268,290,500
3 Skanska USA $4,076,092,814
4 PCL Construction Enterprises $3,981,419,164
5 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $3,699,782,771
6 Clark Group $3,563,246,719
7 Balfour Beatty $3,453,790,847
8 Gilbane $3,083,529,000
9 Structure Tone $2,947,433,000
10 McCarthy Holdings $2,546,000,000
11 DPR Construction $2,433,623,211
12 Tutor Perini Corporation $2,400,667,992
13 Lend Lease $2,373,097,623
14 Hoffman Construction $2,260,000,000
15 Mortenson Construction $2,214,750,000
16 Hensel Phelps $2,074,730,000
17 JE Dunn Construction $2,028,105,317
18 Brasfield & Gorrie $2,003,628,131
19 Walsh Group, The $1,914,425,595
20 Swinerton Builders $1,508,442,027
21 Suffolk Construction $1,450,327,024
22 Manhattan Construction $1,337,689,000
23 Walbridge $1,291,050,000
24 Jacobs Engineering Group $1,186,700,000
25 Holder Construction $1,154,000,000
26 Yates Cos., The $1,145,200,000
27 Flintco $1,075,224,000
28 Austin Commercial $1,030,694,473
29 Hunt Construction Group $979,000,000
30 Pepper Construction Group $937,510,000
31 Clayco $872,000,000
32 HITT Contracting $831,458,166
33 James G Davis Construction $801,206,000
34 Messer Construction $779,902,253
35 Weitz Co., The $757,643,000
36 Consigli Construction $728,363,271
37 Barton Malow $722,956,304
37 Shawmut Design and Construction $680,300,000
39 Robins & Morton $661,400,000
40 Ryan Companies US $642,953,549
41 CORE Construction Group $640,585,620
42 Layton Construction $618,500,000
43 Boldt Company, The $618,312,186
44 Power Construction $584,000,000
45 B. L. Harbert International $576,664,050
46 McShane Cos., The $569,561,025
47 Haskell $524,443,617
48 Kraus-Anderson Construction $522,000,000
49 Sundt Construction $517,252,383
50 Kitchell $515,550,000
51 EMJ $502,000,000
52 Bernards $494,300,000
53 Choate Construction $488,332,038
54 McGough $484,000,000
55 Gray $483,802,256
56 Hoar Construction $469,828,000
57 ECC $435,765,708
58 C.W. Driver $425,729,421
59 W. M. Jordan Co. $393,691,281
60 Rodgers Builders $388,207,000
61 O'Neil Industries/W.E. O'Neil $377,589,976
62 Alberici Constructors $359,796,122
63 James McHugh Construction $341,407,521
64 Clancy & Theys Construction $300,730,000
65 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors $277,054,179
66 Weis Builders $276,980,000
67 Batson-Cook $275,597,000
68 HBE $265,500,000
69 Bette Companies, The $243,000,000
70 LPCiminelli $241,071,128
71 Linbeck Group $241,000,000
72 E.W. Howell $237,677,000
73 Paric $223,200,000
74 Harkins Builders $220,900,000
75 Coakley & Williams Construction $209,314,983
76 Doster Construction $209,019,086
77 Hunt Companies $203,894,965
78 Graycor $203,707,723
79 Absher Construction $186,290,000
80 IMC Construction $173,600,000
81 KBE Building Corporation $169,556,522
82 Science Applications International Corp. $168,290,328
83 Summit Contracting Group $150,000,000
84 S. M. Wilson & Co. $133,623,959
85 New South Construction $129,000,000
86 Carlson Design Construct $128,000,000
87 Burns & McDonnell $122,860,000
88 CG Schmidt $107,000,000
89 Douglas Company, The $90,267,091
90 Wight & Co. $85,022,000
91 URS Corp. $81,987,272
92 Bomel Construction $80,000,000
93 Stalco Construction $59,690,000
94 Astorino $40,325,000
95 Heery International $38,175,000
96 Allen & Shariff $27,500,000
97 SSOE Group $27,469,179
98 Epstein $18,818,000
99 Modular Genius $18,500,000
100 Eaton Energy Solutions $17,767,839
101 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $15,768,000
102 ThermalTech Engineering $11,100,000
103 KCI Technologies $10,000,000
104 Jones Lang LaSalle $8,862,000
105 HNTB Archtecture $8,637,469
106 Zak Companies $6,223,888
107 Arup $6,170,405
108 Rolf Jensen & Associates $6,000,000
109 Dewberry $5,424,264
110 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $5,000,000
111 Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber $4,900,000
112 Degenkolb Engineers $4,432,238
113 BRPH $3,800,000
114 Aon Fire Protection Engineering $2,500,000
115 CTA Architects Engineers $2,308,283
116 Merrick & Co. $2,002,000
117 Davis, Bowen & Friedel $1,775,841
118 RDH Interests $481,417
119 IBI Group $250,000

 

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