Mead & Hunt 2018 industry rankings
January 4, 2018
Mead & Hunt ranked #139 on the 2018 Top 500 Design Firm list by Engineering News Record magazine. This is up two more spots from 2017 ranking. The size ranking list is based on design services revenue from the previous year.
Mead & Hunt ranked #194 on Top U.S. Architectural Firms of 2018 list in the Architectural Record. Companies are ranked by revenue for architectural services performed in 2017.
In other 2018 ENR Top Design Firm* lists, Mead & Hunt ranked:
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In 1993, Mead & Hunt made the Top 500 list for the first time, and we have steadily climbed ever since. From a historical perspective, in 1994 we had 130 employees and $10 million of revenue. Today, we have nearly 700 employees and $108 million in revenue.
The addition of two M&A offices in 2017 helped further diversify our portfolio, while our organic growth has allowed us to capture greater market share in our existing areas of expertise. This growth is supported as we embrace innovation, invest in our employees, maintain safety as a top priority, and give back to the communities we serve.
In 1993 Mead & Hunt first joined Engineering News-Record’s Top 500 Design Firm list nationwide. And since that year, the company has held its Top 500 position.
In 2018, North Bay Business Journal ranked Mead & Hunt #2 largest construction engineering firm based on revenues and then by degreed professionals in Sonoma, Napa, Marin, Solano counties of California.
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Mead & Hunt makes the Zweig Group 2018 Hot Firm list for the 15th time.
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