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VETERANS AFFAIRS GIANTS: A ranking of the nation’s top VA sector design and construction firms

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VETERANS AFFAIRS GIANTS: A ranking of the nation’s top VA sector design and construction firms

SmithGroupJJR, Leo A Daly, Clark Group, Walsh Group, Apogee Consulting Group, and Heapy Engineering top Building Design+Construction’s annual ranking of the nation’s largest veterans affairs facility AEC firms, as reported in the 2016 Giants 300 Report.


By BD+C Staff | September 28, 2016

Photo: Larry D. Moore, Wikimedia Creative Commons

TOP 20 VETERANS AFFAIRS
ARCHITECTURE FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 SmithGroupJJR $20,714,328
2 Leo A Daly $9,874,408
3 HOK $5,916,000
4 HDR $5,510,306
5 Page $4,667,000
6 NBBJ $4,000,000
7 Perkins Eastman $2,690,000
8 Heery International $1,835,729
9 Clark Nexsen $1,708,328
10 EwingCole $1,314,000
11 Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood $1,181,730
12 BWBR $1,029,957
13 Array Architects $1,015,000
14 JLG Architects $916,719
15 Morris Architects $806,000
16 FreemanWhite $718,730
17 Epstein $654,900
18 Westlake Reed Leskosky $591,672
19 Emersion Design $567,727
20 HGA $526,000
21 HMC Architects $471,582
22 VOA Associates $402,000
23 ZGF Architects $340,461
24 Albert Kahn Associates $300,000
25 Anderson Mikos Architects $250,000
26 Cuningham Group Architecture $223,034
27 Payette $127,071
     
     
TOP 20 VETERANS AFFAIRS
CONSTRUCTION FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Clark Group $255,002,885
2 Walsh Group, The $142,938,341
3 McCarthy Holdings $109,603,936
4 Turner Construction Co. $70,746,766
5 JE Dunn Construction $66,567,429
6 Manhattan Construction Group $51,456,000
7 Lendlease $47,004,000
8 BL Harbert International $34,074,899
9 Alberici-Flintco $17,978,040
10 Swinerton Inc. $11,442,719
11 Jacobs $5,867,283
12 Bomel Construction Co. $3,500,000
13 Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., The $3,378,228
14 New South Construction Co. $2,854,000
15 Haselden Construction $2,506,658
16 Cumming $2,054,000
17 Sundt Construction $708,178
18 SSOE Group $485,000
19 Consigli Building Group $402,039
20 Zak Companies $41,408
21 LPCiminelli $35,225
     
     
TOP 20 VETERANS AFFAIRS
ENGINEERING FIRMS
Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 Apogee Consulting Group $3,820,000
2 Heapy Engineering $2,157,932
3 Jacobs $1,544,493
4 Dewberry $1,338,293
5 Affiliated Engineers $1,022,000
6 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $762,790
7 Global Engineering Solutions $700,000
8 Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates $500,000
9 Dunham Associates $500,000
10 BR+A Consulting Engineers $500,000
11 SSOE Group $435,000
12 Jensen Hughes $389,712
13 Walker Parking Consultants $309,258
14 Vanderweil Engineers $293,900
15 Shive-Hattery $285,690
16 H.F. Lenz Company $250,000
17 I. C. Thomasson Associates $200,000
18 Benham Design $198,299
19 Syska Hennessy Group $168,189
20 RMF Engineering $167,600
21 TLC Engineering for Architecture $159,753
22 Ross & Baruzzini $141,081
23 CJL Engineering, Inc. $122,123
24 Baird, Hampton & Brown $118,370
25 Spectrum Engineers $109,658
26 G & W Engineering Corp. $100,026
27 KCI Technologies $100,000

 

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