ENR Mountain States is busy finalizing the rankings for our annual top general contractors of 2020. These lists are based on 2019 revenues for work on projects located in the Mountain States region (Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho and North and South Dakota), as reported to us by the firms themselves.
Early results show that revenues last year for the region’s contractors were up in most areas, especially for firms located in Salt Lake City, Boise and Denver that have big commercial and infrastructure work underway.
The following are the current contenders for the top positions in this year’s GC rankings in both parts of the region.
The top 20 in Colorado and Wyoming and the Dakotas are presented in random (not ranked) order. Note that this working list could change as our research progresses toward publication of the rankings in our August issue, and more firms complete their surveys before the final deadline of May 11.
The current Top 20 firms on the Colorado/Wyoming/Dakotas side are: Adolfson & Peterson Construction, Brinkman Construction, Bryan Construction Inc., Flatiron Construction Corp., GE Johnson Construction, GH Phipps Construction Cos., Haselden Construction, Hensel Phelps Construction, JE Dunn Construction, Kiewit Corp., Milender White, Mortenson Construction, PCL Construction Services, Saunders Construction, Shaw Construction, Swinerton Builders, Holder Construction, Bilfinger North America Inc., Kraemer North America LLC, Garney Holding Co.
The top 15 (non-ranked, random-order only) firms in the Intermountain area (Utah, Idaho and Montana) for 2020 include: Big-D Construction, Brahma Group Inc., Engineered Structures Inc. (ESI), Hughes General Contractors Inc., Jacobsen Construction, Okland Construction, R&O Construction, Sletten Cos., Staker Parson Cos., Westland Construction, Holder Construction, Arco Construction Cos., CRB, McCarthy Building Cos. Inc., HITT Contracting Inc.
Remember, the firms above are not presented in ranked order. These contractors are the most likely firms in the region—from those who have submitted their revenue totals—to make our final cut, but the list is not complete until after May 11.
If your firm does not appear on either of the above lists, you still have time to submit an online survey for this year’s rankings.
Survey #1 is for general contracting firms in Colorado, Wyoming and the Dakotas (click here) and Survey #2 is for the Intermountain area—contracting firms located in Utah, Montana and Idaho (click here).
If your firm does work in both parts of the region, please fill out a survey for each one. There is no charge for submitting your information. It is a free editorial service of ENR.
After further research, we also will announce our contractors of the year for the region, so stay tuned.