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Top 55 Engineering Companies

Top 55 Engineering Companies

WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, Fluor, and Arup top Building Design+Construction's 2016 ranking of the largest engineering firms in the United States. 


By BD+C Editors | July 25, 2016
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Fluor construction site in Shuaiba, Kuwait. Photo: Fluor/Wikimedia Commons.

TOP 55 ENGINEERING COMPANIES

Rank Firm 2015 Revenue
1 WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff $507,779,000
2 Fluor Corp. $234,170,000
3 Arup $170,601,562
4 Jensen Hughes $126,307,878
5 KJWW / TTG $121,000,000
6 Vanderweil Engineers $110,028,000
7 Syska Hennessy Group $99,432,587
8 Henderson Engineers $94,551,747
9 Simpson Gumpertz & Heger $83,125,000
10 Walter P Moore $72,264,662
11 BR+A Consulting Engineers $61,000,000
12 Smith Seckman Reid $59,586,203
13 Environmental Systems Design $52,394,670
14 ME Engineers $51,400,000
15 Magnusson Klemencic Associates $49,483,828
16 TLC Engineering for Architecture $47,855,690
17 Glumac $47,014,670
18 DeSimone Consulting Engineers $44,112,915
19 Mazzetti $37,140,683
20 Coffman Engineers $35,436,712
21 Interface Engineering $34,242,040
22 RDK Engineers $31,646,583
23 I. C. Thomasson Associates $31,100,000
24 JBA Consulting Engineers $29,307,908
25 ThermalTech Engineering $28,900,000
26 Heapy Engineering $26,580,153
27 Newcomb & Boyd $24,172,156
28 Bala Consulting Engineers $23,500,000
29 M/E Engineering $23,442,000
30 H.F. Lenz Company $23,283,392
31 Loring Consulting Engineers $23,000,000
32 Dunham Associates $22,050,000
33 P2S Engineering $20,318,446
34 Bridgers & Paxton Consulting Engineers $19,475,834
35 KLH Engineers $17,838,026
36 Robins & Morton $17,540,000
37 Cardno Haynes Whaley $17,284,271
38 Wallace Engineering $17,000,000
39 Spectrum Engineers $15,596,896
40 Karpinski Engineering $14,448,500
41 CJL Engineering, Inc. $14,261,252
42 Peter Basso Associates $14,005,342
43 Global Engineering Solutions $13,100,000
44 GHT Limited $12,810,000
45 Allen & Shariff Corp. $11,052,241
46 JQ Engineering $10,632,000
47 Zak Companies $8,915,552
48 Baird, Hampton & Brown $8,591,793
49 Wick Fisher White $7,777,200
50 dbHMS $7,680,000
51 OLA Consulting Engineers $6,872,851
52 Kamm Consulting $6,600,763
53 William Tao & Associates $6,307,788
54 Leidos $5,707,000
55 G & W Engineering Corp. $5,001,286
56 Architectural Engineers $3,235,745
57 KCL Engineering $2,570,959
58 Yates Companies, The $300,000

 

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