For the global environmental services sector, 2021 generally brought better results and more optimism as economies and projects pushed to reopen from COVID-19 curbs and a new U.S. administration moved in its first full year to confront legacy pollution, inadequate infrastructure and the planet’s most looming threat—climate change. While sector participants worry how new political and market upheavals this year from Congress, the U.S. Supreme Court and a Russian leader’s aggression could slow or disrupt their missions, most are building on last year’s revenue gains to propel the green momentum past its challenges.
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Current Top 200 Environmental Firms Story:
The Top 200 Environmental Firms 2022: Firms Gird For New Headwinds
Firms Rank based on % of 2021 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 2021 Top 200 list.
Type of Firm: Designation based on the largest % of 2021 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 2022||RANK 2021||FIRM||TYPE OF WORK|
|1||1||Veolia Environnement, Paris, France||OPS|
|2||3||AECOM, Dallas, Texas||CMPM|
|3||**||Larsen & Toubro Ltd., Mumbai, India||CON|
|4||2||Jacobs, Dallas, Texas||CSL|
|5||**||Clean Harbors inc., Norwell, Mass.||OPS|
|6||4||Tetra Tech Inc., Pasadena, Calif.||CSL|
|7||8||WSP Global Inc., Montreal, Quebec, Canada||CSL|
|8||6||Bechtel, Reston, Va.||CON|
|9||5||Fluor Corp., Irving, Texas||CON|
|10||11||webuild SpA, Milan, Italy||CMPM|
|11||7||Mortenson, Minneapolis, Minn.||CON|
|12||9||Stantec Inc., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada||DES|
|13||**||Arcadis NV, Amsterdam, Netherlands||DES|
|14||10||HDR, Omaha, Neb.||DES-CSL|
|15||12||SUEZ North America, Paramus, N.J.1||OPS|
|16||20||ERM, London, U.K.||CSL|
|17||22||CDM Smith, Boston, Mass.||DES-CON-CSL|
|18||**||Amentum, Germantown, Md.||CON|
|19||13||Garney Holding Co., Kansas City, Mo.||CON|
|20||14||Kiewit Corp., Omaha, Neb.||CON|