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Top K-12 School Sector Architecture Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

Top K-12 School Sector Architecture Firms [2013 Giants 300 Report]

DLR, SHW top Building Design+Construction's 2013 ranking of the largest K-12 school sector architecture and architecture/engineering firms in the U.S.


By BD+C Staff | July 22, 2013
Rank Company 2012 K-12 Revenue ($)
1 DLR Group $38,250,000
2 SHW Group $32,328,843
3 PBK $31,760,000
4 IBI Group $27,977,860
5 HMC Architects $25,407,164
6 Stantec $21,586,209
7 Fanning/Howey Associates $20,247,000
8 Perkins+Will $19,938,211
9 Heery International $16,561,303
10 LPA $14,438,017
11 NTD Architecture $13,129,833
12 Perkins Eastman $13,050,000
13 Corgan $12,086,022
14 S/L/A/M Collaborative, The $11,581,000
15 NAC|Architecture $11,460,923
16 Moseley Architects $11,434,168
17 Fletcher-Thompson $9,620,000
18 FGM Architects $9,288,111
19 Leo A Daly $8,661,304
20 SMMA | Symmes Maini & McKee Associates $7,900,000
21 Wight & Co. $6,992,632
22 SEI Design Group $6,898,000
23 DLA Architects $5,999,790
24 SLATERPAULL Architects $5,726,536
25 Legat Architects $5,310,000
26 LS3P $5,111,880
27 Cuningham Group Architecture $4,866,792
28 Little $4,283,800
29 Ashley McGraw Architects $4,032,194
30 EwingCole $4,000,000
31 BBS Architects, Landscape Architects and Engineers $3,350,000
32 Harley Ellis Devereaux $3,134,000
33 Harvard Jolly Architecture $2,910,511
34 CTA Architects Engineers $2,868,705
35 Cooper Carry $2,856,159
36 Astorino $2,710,000
37 Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood $2,620,000
38 FXFOWLE Architects $2,610,644
39 Moody Nolan $2,500,000
40 Reynolds, Smith and Hills $2,180,000
41 Swanke Hayden Connell Asrchitects $2,000,000
42 GBBN Architects $1,600,000
43 Massa Montalto Architects $1,596,189
44 KZF Design $1,548,386
45 PGAL $1,520,000
46 Smallwood, Reynolds, Stewart, Stewart & Associates $1,490,039
47 Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Abbott $1,413,440
48 Mithun $1,189,000
49 Environetics $1,188,686
50 HLW International $1,000,000
51 CASCO $940,000
52 Ennead Architects $880,000
53 Gensler $800,000
54 Sasaki Associates $797,830
55 Albert Kahn Family of Companies $687,568
56 HNTB Archtecture $629,682
57 CO Architects $629,000
58 OZ Architecture $565,653
59 Westlake Reed Leskosky $500,000
60 Good Fulton & Farrell $482,510
61 Rule Joy Trammell + Rubio $450,000
62 Kirksey Architecture $423,050
63 DesignGroup $408,989
64 LMN Architects $379,300
65 Hoffmann Architects $337,000
66 Morris Architects $300,000
66 Sherlock, Smith & Adams $300,000
68 Davis Brody Bond $279,429
69 TEG Architects - The Estopinal Group $278,901
70 RSP Architects $261,000
71 LawKingdon Architecture $250,000
72 JRS Architect $225,000
73 Nadel $218,464
74 Epstein $205,000
75 Adache Group Architects $200,000
76 VOA Associates $162,515
77 SRG Partnership $152,268
78 Ware Malcomb $75,000
79 Niles Bolton Associates $50,757
80 Hensley Lamkin Rachel $41,000
81 Omniplan Architects $34,217

 

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