Comparing revenues from the previous year, Architectural Record lines up annually a list of the Top 300 U.S. Firms.

Based on the 2019 data, Gensler tops again the selection, for the ninth year in a row, and Perkins and Will takes the second position.

Third, fourth and fifth places were presented for Engineering Architecture firms HDR, Jacobs, and AECOM. Other companies in the top 10 include HKS and Skidmore, Owings & Merrill.

The ranking, based on 2019 figures, before the pandemic global crisis, puts together Architects, Architects Engineer, Architects Planners, and Engineer Architects firms, who are established in the U.S. and chose to participate in the classification.

Gensler topping the list for the ninth consecutive year, has seen a 12% increase. On that note, the board of directors stated that these revenues “also give us the capacity to reinvest in our global platform—supporting unparalleled research, talent development, and design delivery.”

On another hand, NBBJ, in the fifteenth position, had a 21% growth, the greatest percentage increase in the list from 2018 to 2019, driven from the academic and commercial sectors, as well as urban design. Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates or KPF follows in the sixteenth position.

Find below the top 25 U.S Architecture firm of 2020, and for the full ranking, check the Top 300 U.S Firms.

Gensler San Francisco
Perkins and Will Chicago
HDR Omaha
Jacobs Dallas
AECOM Los Angeles
HKS Dallas
HOK St. Louis
Stantec Irvine, California
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill New York
Perkins Eastman New York
IBI Group Toronto
CannonDesign New York
Populous Kansas City, Missouri
CallisonRTKL Highlands Ranch, Colorado
NBBJ Seattle
Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates New York
Corgan Dallas
DLR Group Minneapolis
PGAL Houston
ZGF Architects Portland, Oregon
NELSON Worldwide Minneapolis
Leo A Daly Omaha
SmithGroup Detroit
PBK Houston
Gresham Smith Nashville