With public and private sector work at full tilt in 2019, Top 200 Environmental Firms revenue total rose 2.8% to $58.9 billion from the previous year’s also strong increase. Domestic revenue was up 3.4% to $45.2 billion and non-U.S. markets stayed steady to generate $13.7 billion in revenue. But just a few months later as the COVID-10 pandemic jolted the marketplace, firms are battling to leverage last year’s foundation and make adjustments to the “new abnormal” to gain strength in 2020 and beyond
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Current Top 200 Environmental Firms Story:
The Top 200 Environmental Firms: Pushing Past the Pandemic
Firms Rank based on % of 2019 gross revenue reported from environmental services. Figures are in $ millions; %s are rounded and may not add up to 100. Firm update/clarification is marked by red number, with footnote on side of list page. See p. 60 for alphabetical listing of Top 200 firms.
Asterisks (**) indicate firm was not ranked on the 2019 Top 200 list.
Type of Firm: Designation based on the largest % of 2019 environmental services revenue in categories described below. Multiple listings appear if the largest % of revenue is evenly split between two or more categories or is within 5%.
DES Engineering and/or design; CSL Consulting and/or studies; CON Construction, contracting and/or remediation; CM-PM Construction management and/or program management; EQP Equipment or device manufacture; OPS Contract operations; R&D Technology and/or research and development, OTH Services not already designated.
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|RANK 2020||RANK 2019||FIRM||TYPE OF WORK|
|1||1||AECOM, New York, N.Y.||DES|
|2||2||JACOBS, Dallas, Texas||CSL|
|3||4||TETRA TECH INC., Pasadena, Calif.||CSL|
|4||6||BECHTEL, Reston, Va.||CON|
|5||**||MORTENSON, Minneapolis, Minn.||CON|
|6||16||WSP, Montreal, Quebec, Canada||CSL|
|7||7||WEBUILD S.P.A., Milan, Italy||CM/PM|
|8||8||STANTEC, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada||DES|
|9||11||HDR, Omaha, Neb.||DES-CSL|
|10||15||GARNEY HOLDING CO., Kansas City, Mo.||CON|
|11||9||SUEZ NORTH AMERICA, Paramus, N.J.||OPS|
|12||14||BLACK & VEATCH, Overland Park, Kansas||DES|
|13||12||ARCADIS NV, Amsterdam, Netherlands||CSL|
|14||13||ERM, London, England, U.K.||CSL|
|15||36||U.S. ECOLOGY, Boise, Idaho||OPS|
|16||10||WOOD, Houston, Texas||CON|
|17||19||GOLDER, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.||DES-CSL|
|18||20||KIEWIT CORP., Omaha, Neb.||CON|
|19||18||CDM SMITH, Boston, Mass.||DES|
|20||17||GHD, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia||CSL-DES|