Firms that were fortunate enough to have landed large public infrastructure contracts, such as those connected with regional mass transit or federal facilities, reported a solid year, with revenues for the top firms on the Intermountain side surging ahead of Colorado contractors.
The following are the current contenders for the top 20 positions in this year’s GC rankings in Colorado and Wyoming, presented in no special order: Hensel Phelps, Golden Triangle Construction, Mortenson, Kiewit, Interstate Highway Construction, Alliance Construction Solutions, Haselden, GH Phipps, Turner, Garney Cos., Adolfson & Peterson, GE Johnson, Ames, Shaw, Balfour Beatty. PCL, Catamount Constructors, Saunders, FCI Constructors and JE Dunn.
The top 20 (non-ranked) firms in the Intermountain area for 2013 include: Apollo, Alder Construction, Big-D, Okland, Sletten, Whitaker, Staker Parson, DPR, Bodell, Westland, Jacobsen, Balfour Beatty U.S., Hughes General Contractors, Wadman, Ralph L. Wadsworth, Layton, Engineered Structures, Hogan & Associates, Ames and Kiewit.
Remember, these firms are presented here in random order. These contractors are the most likely of those in the region who submitted revenue totals to make our final top 20 cut, but this list is not yet final. The ranked lists will appear in the August issue of ENR Mountain States magazine.
After further research is complete, we will announce our contractor of the year for the region soon, so stay tuned.