July 26th 2009

Top 100 Green Design Firms

Engineering News-Record (ENR) recently released its annual list of Top 100 Green Design Firms. The list is determined by design revenue from sustainable projects that are registered.

According to ENR, the design market has taken a hit in the recession. “The ENR Top 100 Green Design Firms generated $2.85 billion in revenue in 2008 from projects registered with such green design programs as the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, an increase of 63.9% over $1.74 billion in 2007.”

Here’s the first 25, and check out the rest and the details at ENR.

1              HOK, St. Louis, Mo.
2             URS Corp., San Francisco, Calif.
3             Perkins+Will, Chicago, Ill.
4             AECOM Technology Corp., Los Angeles, Calif.
5             HKS Inc., Dallas, Texas
6             Gensler, San Francisco, Calif.
7             HDR, Omaha, Neb.
8             Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects LLP, Portland, Ore.
9            Kimley-Horn and Associates Inc., Raleigh, N.C.
10          Tetra Tech Inc., Pasadena, Calif.
11           LPA Inc., Irvine, Calif.
12          Perkins Eastman, New York, N.Y.
13          SmithGroup Inc., Detroit, Mich.
14          Callison, Seattle, Wash.
15          KlingStubbins, Philadelphia, Pa.
16          Corgan Associates Inc., Dallas, Texas
17          RMJM, New York, N.Y.
18         Anshen+Allen Architects, San Francisco, Calif.
19         RTKL Associates Inc., Baltimore, Md.
20        Burns & McDonnell, Kansas City, Mo.
21         WSP USA, New York, N.Y.
22        Vanderweil Engineers, Boston, Mass.
23        Burt Hill, Washington, D.C.
24        Cannon Design, Grand Island, N.Y.
25        FXFOWLE, New York, N.Y.

Image: Center for Global Conservation, from fxfowle.com

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