August's print edition of ENR MidAtlantic will include the annual rankings of the region’s Top Contractors. 

To submit a survey, click here. The link also includes a link to a downloadable PDF of the survey.

Based on 2019 revenue, the survey ranks firms from Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.

The survey will ask you if you would like to be considered for ENR MidAtlantic Contractor of the Year. The Contractor of the Year will be featured in a story in the August issue of ENR MidAtlantic. The winning firm will also be honored at our Best Projects awards event in Baltimore in October.

In addition to checking the box on the survey saying you’d like to be considered for Contractor of the Year, it is also helpful if you email answers to the questions below to Justin Rice at Please send a few hi-res photos or renderings from your recently completed or ongoing jobs. We love dynamic action shots that show workers doing work. Please include caption info with the photos and let me know who we should credit for the photo. 

Here are the questions:

-What are your three top projects? Tell me a little bit about them. This can include ongoing projects or projects you just completed or just won. Please send me some photos from those projects.  

-What do you attribute your firm's recent success to? If you've had an increase in revenue from 2017 to 2018 and 2018 to 2019 what do you attribute that too?

-How do you contribute to your community? How many charities are you involved with and in what ways? If you would like you can tell me how much money you contribute to charities each year.

Pick up the August issue of ENR MidAtlantic to find out which firm posted the highest revenue in the region.

The issue will also include overall rankings, breakout charts in various categories and market sectors. In addition to the ranking of the largest firms by revenue, we will also spotlight one of these firms as the Top Contractor of the Year. That firm will have exhibited a commitment to innovation, sustainability, safety and dedication to their respective community. 

Below are the firms, listed alphabetically, that have submitted surveys as of May 12 at 9:40 p.m.

Allan Myers

American Contracting & Environmental Services, Inc


AvalonBay Communities Inc

Balfour Beatty US


Barton Malow Holdings LLC

Bilfinger North America Inc.

Boyle Construction

Bozzuto Construction Company

Brayman Construction Corporation

Butz Enterprises, Inc.

Clancy & Theys Construction

Clark Group

Clune Construction

Coakley & Williams Construction

Consigli Construction Co., Inc.


Curtis Contracting, Inc.

Cyma Builders and Construction Managers

DPR Construction

Duke Construction

FCL Builders

Ferrovial Agroman US Corp.

Flatiron Construction Inc

Foulger-Pratt Contracting, LLC

Garney Holding Company

Gilbane Building Company

Gray Construction

Grunley Construction Company, Inc.

Harkins Builders, Inc.

Harvey-Cleary Builders


Hensel Phelps

Hill International, Inc.

HITT Contracting Inc.

Holder Construction

Howard Shockey & Sons, Inc.

INTECH Construction

Irwin & Leighton, Inc.

James G. Davis Construction Corporation

KBS, Inc.

Kiewit Corporation

Lane Industries Incorporated


LF Driscoll/Structure Tone

Manhattan Construction Group

Mascaro Construction Company, LP

MEB General Contractors, Inc.

Mowery Construction

PC Construction Company

PCL Civil Constructors, Inc.

Penntex Construction Company Inc

PJ Dick - Trumbull - Lindy Paving

Rycon Construction, Inc.

Skanska USA

The Branch Group

The Cianbro Companies

The Conlan Company

The Kokosing Group of Companies

The Walsh Group Ltd

The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company


Turner Construction Company


Vericon Construction Company

W. M. Jordan Company

Wagman Inc.


Warfel Construction Company

Wohlsen Construction Company