TMACC Members Rank on ENR Mid-Atlantic’s Top Design Firm of the Year

ENR Mid-Atlantic announced its annual Top Design Firms list for 2017.  The list ranks the largest U.S.-based designs firms, both publicly and privately held, based on design-specific revenue. According to the 2017 ENR Mid-Atlantic Design Firm survey, the 107 participating firms reported a total of $4.8 billion in work performed and billed in 2016. That’s an 18.8% increase from last year’s survey, when 83 firms posted $4.04 billion in 2015 revenue.

TMACC Members, AECOM, Michael Baker International, WSP, Gannett Fleming, Pennoni, Whitman, Requardt and Associates, Urban Engineers, and Traffic Planning and Design were all represented on the list this year.  AECOM, Michael Baker International, WSP, Gannett Fleming, and Pennoni all made the top 10, with AECOM as number 1.

More than 30 firms, including TMACC’s 8 Members, reported that transportation was their highest revenue generator this year.  The 107 participating firms reported a combined $1.6 billion in transportation work and $1.4 billion in civil engineering revenue. Sectors such as government and public services ($292.9 million in revenue), sewage and solid waste ($267.8 million), water supply ($245.6 million), power ($210.1 million) and telecommunications ($52.7 million) remain healthy, too.

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