1y ago
839.13 KB
12 Pages
Last View : 1y ago
Last Download : 5m ago
Upload by : Rosa Marty

GREEN DESIGN FIRMS AND CONTRACTORSOverview p. 44 // Green Design Market by Sector p. 44 // Top Five Green Design Firms by Sector p. 45 // Green Design FirmRevenue, 2017-20 p. 45 // LEED and WELL Certifications by State p. 46 // Green Contractor Markets by Sector p. 49 // TheTop Five Green Contractors by Sector p. 50 // Top 100 Green Contractor Revenue, 2017-20 p. 50 // Envision Certifications bySector p. 51 // How to Read the Tables p. 51 // The ENR Top 100 Green Design Firms List p. 52 // The ENR Top 100 GreenContractors List p. 54IMAGE CREDIT SHOP AND BVN, COURTESY OF STANTECNUMBER 6HANGING GARDENS Stantec providedengineering support on Atlassian's new HQ inSydney. At 40 stories, the building would be thetallest hybrid timber building in the world. It willoperate on 100% renewable energy.Green Market Growth StuntedSustainable design and contracting revenue dips, while healthy buildingstandards help projects turn over a new leaf By Emell Adolphus, Jonathan September 13/20, 20210920 GMR Intro.indd 43 ENR 439/14/21 11:38 AM

GREEN DESIGN FIRMS AND CONTRACTORSOn his first day in the Oval Office, President Biden signedan executive order recommitting the U.S. to the ParisAgreement. With new targets set to curb carbon emissionsand build a greener, more resilient future, design firmsand contractors are now tasked with helping ownersreshape what it means to be green in the age of COVID-19.Revenue numbers for this year’s Top 100 GreenDesign Firms and Contractors show signs of a marketin transition. Total design revenue is 6.41 billion, a12% drop from last year’s 7.28 billion. Contractingrevenue is also down to 69.85 billion from 72.71billion last year, a 3.9% drop.Despite these dips, design firms and contractors sayowners now more than ever want projects to incorporate green building standards, such as LEED, Envisionand Parksmart, to reduce outside environmental footprints. Other standards, such as improving the healthand well-being of building occupants, can add an additional shade of green to what is built.“The pandemic has not fundamentally changedhow our clients view sustainable buildings,” says EricSheffer, principal at Nashville-based SSR (Smith Seckman Reid). “But it has expanded emphasis on health,wellness and indoor environmental quality.”Building to StandardsIndoor healthy building standards such as WELLBuilding, Fitwel and Living Building Challenge are“all gaining significant traction in the constructiondesign market,” Sheffer says, and SSR is actively “advocating to our clients to pursue factors which positively affect health and wellness in their designs.”But rather than solely focusing on achieving a particular sustainability certification or healthy buildingrating, green design firms and contractors are findingthat owners are hoping to build resiliency from theGreen Design by MarketsTotal 2020 Revenue 6.41 billion(Measured millions)GovernmentOffices 567.8 8.9%Hotels 98.9 1.5%Industrial/Manufacturing 89.6 1.4%Multi-UnitResidential 211.8 3.3%Retail 103.7 1.6%OtherBuildings 255.1 4.0%Mixed Use 234.4 3.7%Airports 432.5 6.7%CommercialOffices 1,366.8 21.3%Non-BuildingMisc. 1,091.2 17.0%Health Care 890.2 13.9%Education 814.912.7%Sports, Civic,and Ent. 256.8 4.0%SOURCE: ENR44 ENR September 13/20, 2021 enr.com0920 GMR Overview.indd 449/14/21 6:28 PM

#6STANTEC, INC. is the designer forthe new California MilitaryDepartment HQ. The project aimsfor net-zero and LEED Gold.OVERVIEWTop 5 Green Design Firms by SectorCOMMERCIAL OFFICESEDUCATIONAL FACILITIESGOVERNMENT OFFICESFIRM MIL.REVENUERANK1GENSLER515.641DLR GROUP78.221AECOM80.002AECOM100.002STANTEC .003BURNS & ORE OWINGS & MERRILL76.505GENSLER39.635BLACK & VEATCH42.16RANKHEALTH CARE MIL.REVENUEFIRMRANKMANUFACTURING & INDUSTRIAL MIL.REVENUEFIRMMULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIALRANKFIRM 2CANNONDESIGN90.002AECOM20.002SKIDMORE OWINGS & HOK80.404BURNS & MCDONNELL2.964THORNTON TOMASETTI9.875BR A CONSULTING ENGINEERS69.745STANTEC INC.2.745WDG ARCHITECTURE9.50RANKRETAILRANKFIRM MIL.REVENUEFIRMRANK MIL.REVENUEFIRMSPORTS, ENTERTAINMENT & CIVIC MIL.REVENUERANK MIL.REVENUEFIRM1GENSLER58.911GENSLER51.732LITTLE DIVERSIFIED IMLEY-HORN6.794HKS24.645STANTEC INC.4.585DLR GROUP20.60outside in. Such considerations include environmentalrisks such as wildfires and floods and social concernssuch as pollution, public health and carbon footprint.“The focus on health and wellness has intensifiedsignificantly as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic,and we are seeing a shift in responsibility for drivingthese improvements,” says Gunnar Hubbard, principaland sustainability practice leader at Thornton Tomasetti. “Previously tenants took the lead when it cameto greening their spaces, but now building owners,especially in the office sector, are faced with a historicreset in the way tenants use their space.”More owners are finding that they need to showwhat they are doing to promote health and wellness toattract and retain tenants, says Hubbard. To do this,many are opting to pursue the International WELLBuilding Institute’s WELL Health-Safety rating tohelp tenants feel more comfortable as they return totheir buildings.“The emergence of WELL standards reflects agrowing focus on the health and wellness of buildingoccupants and how they use the space in addition tooperational performance and energy conservation,”says Hubbard. While many clients are building to thesestandards, not all are seeking to certify their projects.“Our clientsare trying toanticipate bothnatural andhuman-madethreats to theirproperties.”Gunnar Hubbard,sustainabilitypractice leader,ThorntonTomasetti“Our clients are increasingly trying to anticipateboth natural and human-made threats to their properties and are more actively planning to meet the challenges of climate change,” says Hubbard. In additionto operational carbon emissions, “We are also seeinga greater focus on reducing embodied carbon, thegreenhouse gas emissions arising from the manufacturing, transportation, installation, maintenance and disposal of building materials.”Planning for Climate ChangeAnnounced during the Leaders Summit on Climatethis year, a virtual meeting convened by the U.S.,the Biden administration set year 2030 as target forGREEN DESIGN FIRM REVENUE BIL.2018 6.772017 6.212019 7.28SOURCE:ENRSOURCE: September 13/20, 20210920 GMR Overview.indd 452020 6.41ENR459/14/21 6:36 PM

EED/WELL Projects Certified per State 2016-2021THE TOP 100 GREEN DESIGN FIRMS AND CONTRACTORSLEED/WELL Projects Certified per State 2016-2021Green CertificationsLEED/WELL Projects Certified per State (2016-2021)More than 5000Between 1000-4999Between 500 - 999More than 5000Between 100-499Between 50-99Below 50Between 1000-4Between 500 - 9Texas leads the way with 5,039 comBetween 100-49bined LEED or WELL certified projects from 2016 to 2021. California isBetween 50-99next with 2,092. Mississippi, NorthDakota, Louisiana, Vermont andBelow 50Wyoming each have fewer than 10certified projects, with Wyoming’sfour being the lowest. The highestsingle yearly total nationwide was the4,116 projects certified in 2018.SOURCE: DATA PROVIDED BY THE U.S. GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL AND THE INTERNATIONAL WELL BUILDING INSTITUTE; MAP BY ENRthe U.S. to achieve a 50-52% reduction in economywide net greenhouse gas pollution. Additional goalsinclude creating a carbon pollution-free power sector by 2035 and a net-zero emissions economy byno later than 2050.The recently released Intergovernmental Panel onClimate Change (IPCC) report, “Climate Change2021: The Physical Science Basis,” sounded an additional alarm about climate change’s detrimental effectson the environment and world economies. It adds another layer of urgency to Biden’s emissions goals.Although significantly reducing carbon emissionswill have immediate benefits on air quality, it couldtake “20-30 years” to see global temperatures stabilize.“With uncertainty related to climate change andpandemic awareness, resilience is also becoming a factor in more private-sector projects as owners need tohelp protect their buildings and patrons,” adds SSR’sSheffer. “In the past year, we’ve had more clients approach us about pursuing carbon neutrality for theirnew buildings or existing building portfolios than anyother previous year.”Carbon ConditionsIn the past year, green design firms and contractorsreport that building performance standards are beingdriven less by new technologies or products, and more46 ENR by market pressure as public awareness grows of themagnitude and associated risk of the climate crisis.Increasingly, investors, supply chains and employeesare all asking for evidence of immediate and impactfulaction toward carbon and climate-resiliency goals.For some design firms, the same goals established for projects are being applied to their clientscompany-wide.“The pairing of these two topics—resiliency andcarbon-neutrality—is at the heart of our integratedlearning right now,” says Maria Papiez, director ofsustainable design at Ewing Cole. “We are maintainingour existing efforts to deeply reduce operational energyuse and GHG emissions (CO emissions from fossilfuel combustion and industrial processes) while alsotargeting reductions in the GHG emissions associatedwith the embodied carbon of materials.”Resilient design strategies can sometimes connectto and impact operational and embodied carbon emissions in opposing ways, Papiez explains. For example,one aspect of reducing embodied carbon is limiting thequantity of material used in buildings through leanerdesign and elimination of redundant or unnecessaryproducts. At the same time, resilient design might suggest additional systems or materials to mitigate disruption due to future climate change.“Each project presents opportunities to evaluate theSeptember 13/20, 2021 enr.com0920 GMR Overview.indd 469/14/21 6:28 PM

THE TOP 100 GREEN DESIGN FIRMS AND CONTRACTORSbest balance among these variables specific to the project typology and location,” says Papiez.For example, the primary climate-dependent energy performance drivers are envelope and ventilation. By improving an envelope’s thermal performance and including energy recovery on ventilationair streams, designers can mitigate the effects of anuncertain future climate (resiliency) while simultaneously improving building energy performance (operational energy emissions).Additionally, recent building codes and standardsaddressing decarbonization have seen a significantincrease in ESG reporting and tracking, driven by thefinancial industry, explains Rachel Bannon-Godfrey,senior principal and global sustainability leader forStantec’s buildings practice. Responding to the market signals sent by investor groups might result infaster progress within the building industry than ithas achieved by itself so far, she says.The economic impacts of the pandemic put apause on many projects, large and small. At the sametime, “the topics of electrification and embodied carbon saw a massive spike in interest,” says BannonGodfrey. This opened the door to more significantdiscussions about reuse instead of new construction,proposals for climate action planning and climate riskassessment. And as the market appetite for net-zero,carbon-neutral and resilient buildings grow, so doesthe need for standardization of the definitions andcalculation methodologies to ensure accountabilityand meaningful action, she says.“Every design path, every design decision madeby every member on a project team, should lead toavoiding greenhouse gas emissions and supportingenvironmental justice,” says Bannon-Godfrey. Because rating systems have become a recognizable indicator of achievement within the building industry,“every rating system should double down on theirtargets and thresholds for operational and embodiedcarbon to make sure every project meets the Architecture 2030 Challenge, and what the IPCC is tellingus we need to do today,” she says.Adjusting Building StandardsCompared to achieving building sustainability certifications, the overall process for achieving carbonneutrality is often similar across market sectors, withadjustments to building design/construction basedon local climate and building type. Market conditions and shortages can sometimes make meetinggreen building certifications more difficult if flexibility is not built into the standards.Overall, balancing sustainability standards and re48ENR“Each projectpresentsopportunitiesto evaluate thebest balanceamong thesevariablesspecific to theprojecttypology andlocation.”Maria Papiez,Ewing Cole“LEED shouldadjust theircreditweighting toreflect thebenefitsprovided tobuildingoccupants.”Justin Shultz,EYPsilience with “carbon neutrality increases the importance of talking about environmental hazards withclients,” says Allison Wilson, sustainability director atAyers Saint Gross.The pandemic has accelerated clients’ willingnessand interest in sustainable structures, says Wilson.“The crisis continues to highlight that the built environment must support our health and well-being, andclients are increasingly interested in quantifying howspaces support human health,” she says. “Buildingstandards can be made more effective by placinggreater emphasis on ongoing performance.”And, Wilson adds, “Building a structure to meet aset of requirements on Day 1 is very different thanoperating and maintaining a building to meet thoserequirements every day.”Wilson points out that the LEED program sometimes penalizes for project aspects that are out of thedesigner’s control, “such as location or high, unregulated process loads.”What can be done to eliminate that flaw and position more buildings for success in the certification programs? Wilson suggests identifying alternative compliance paths within the credits that focus on aspects ofthe project that can be influenced by the design team.A major lesson learned from the pandemic is thatbuilding standards must be adaptable to the currenttimes and flexible to real-time constraints, explainsVictoria Watson, senior associate of high performancebuildings and communities at AECOM.“Envision published additional guidance on compliance with some credits that would have otherwise beenchallenging to achieve given the pandemic,” Watsonsays. Similarly, the U.S. Green Building Council adjusted its LEED v4.1 to respond to some market challenges with material availability and other factors thatproved challenging in LEED v4.Another issue with standards sometimes involvesthe rating system and why certain building characteristics receive higher credits than others. InASHRAE’s “Building Readiness Guide,” developedby the ASHRAE Epidemic Task Force, key measures to reduce COVID-19 exposure are also usedby the CDC as guidelines. They include increasingoutdoor air ventilation and increasing filters used inrecirculating systems to Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value-13 rating.“LEED currently provides credit for these strategies under IEQ Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies, but the weighting is minimal,” explains JustinShultz, senior building performance analyst at EYP.“Given the increased protection associated with thesemeasures, LEED should adjust their credit weightingSeptember 13/20, 2021 enr.com0920 GMR Overview.indd 489/14/21 6:29 PM

#3SWINERTON has broken ground onSimone, a 612,000-sq-ft high-risein San Diego. The building isdesigned for LEED Gold.OVERVIEWGreen Contracting by MarketCommercialOffices 17,469.1 25.0%Total 2020 Revenue 69.8 billion(Measured millions)Industrial/Manufacturing 2,241.0 3.2%Retail 662.6 0.9%OtherBuildings 2,521.4 3.6%Hotels 2,276.1 3.3%GovernmentOffices 5,562.1 8.0%Telecommunications 4,039.8 5.8%Sports, Civic,and Ent. 3,479.5 5.0%Non-BuildingMisc. 4,242.0 6.1%Airports 5,550.5 7.9%Education 8,437.912.1%Multi-UnitResidential 7,944.0 11.4%Health Care 5,423.4 7.8%SOURCE: ENRto reflect the benefits provided to building occupants.”And, he explains, installing technology such as advanced sensing and control schemes can not only helpbuilding performance but also indoor air quality.“Sensor technology developments coupled withsmart building control platforms offer owners theability to optimize building performance and indoor air quality” without an increase to annual operating costs, says Shultz. “As the world begins toreturn to buildings, LEED can play an importantrole in reminding design teams of the value thesestrategies provide to the health and well-being ofoccupants. LEED can help buildings be better prepared for the next outbreak.”Green Market ConditionsExactly how the pandemic has reshaped or undercutsustainable design and construction remains unclear.In an article published last year in the Nature Climate Change journal titled “Temporary Reduction inDaily Global CO Emissions During the COVID-19Forced Confinement,” researchers estimated that government shutdowns contributed to a 17% decrease incarbon emissions. “Many international borders wereclosed and populations were confined to their homes,which reduced transport and changed consumptionpatterns,” causing a decrease in pollution output, anabstract of the article explains.However, ENR’s Top 100 Green Design Firmsand Contractors data show government shutdownsmight have had a much more detrimental effect onthe ability of some green projects to continue totheir construction stage.On theWebFor expandedcontent on theENR Top Lists,see revenue for green design firms fell 27.2%,from 26.91 million to 19.59 million. On the otherhand, median revenue rose 3.4% for green contractors,from 297.2 million to 307.29 million this year.On this year’s Top 100 Green Design Firms list, afew notable firms are missing. Jacobs and Tetra Techboth did not file a survey this year. Last year, theyadded 473 million to the list. However, Stanley Consultants (ranked No. 8 this year), which did not file a2019 survey, added 201 million to the list this year.The top four firms are all in the same positionsas last year, but there are few new faces at the top,including Stanley and BR A Consulting Engineers(ranked No. 19).On the Green Contracting list, the top three firmsall held their positions from the prior year. Reportedrevenue numbers generally outpace last year’s rankingsuntil more than halfway down the list, where revenueis much lower than previously ranked contractors.Ten firms that were on the list last year didn’t filethis year, and another firm asked to be removed overdoubts about their revenue numbers.According to data obtained from the U.S. GreenBuilding Council and the International Well BuildingInstitute, the number of U.S. LEED and WELL certified projects have concentrations in the Southwestand the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut area(see p. 46) over the last five years. Since 2013, waterand transportation sectors have had the most Envisionverified projects, according to information obtainedfrom the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure.However, as each organization explained abouttheir numbers, they only reflect verified September 13/20, 20210920 GMR Overview.indd 49 ENR 499/14/21 6:29 PM

THE TOP 100 GREEN DESIGN FIRMS AND CONTRACTORSTop 5 Green Contractors by SectorCOMMERCIAL OFFICESEDUCATIONAL FACILITIESGOVERNMENT OFFICESFIRM MIL.REVENUE1THE TURNER CORP.1,612.721GILBANE BUILDING CO.934.042SWINERTON1,239.002THE TURNER CORP.617.713AECOM1,162.253SKANSKA USA4CLARK GROUP1,099.5445HATHAWAY DINWIDDIE CONSTRUCTION CO. 1,099.305RANKRANKHEALTH CARERANKRANK MIL.REVENUE1HENSEL PHELPS1,204.412BL HARBERT INTERNATIONAL593.62491.433CLARK GROUP474.55DPR CONSTRUCTION477.844CADDELL CONSTRUCTION CO. (DE) LLC454.33THE WHITING-TURNER CONTRACTING CO.460.825LENDLEASE419.00MANUFACTURING & INDUSTRIAL MIL.REVENUEFIRMFIRMFIRM MIL.REVENUERANKMULTI-UNIT RESIDENTIALFIRM MIL.REVENUERANKFIRM MIL.REVENUE1THE TURNER CORP.991.001HASKELL413.161CLARK 619.003STO BUILDING GROUP INC.411.003THE TURNER CORP.346.263COASTAL CONSTRUCTION GROUP587.004CLARK GROUP405.704DPR CONSTRUCTION182.844LENDLEASE558.005PCL CONSTRUCTION261.135STO BUILDING GROUP INC.163.035AECOM536.41RETAILSPORTS, ENTERTAINMENT & CIVICFIRM MIL.REVENUERANK1AECOM118.962SKANSKA USA91.363STO BUILDING GROUP INC.45RANKFIRM MIL.REVENUE1AECOM622.142THE TURNER CORP.490.5055.803MORTENSON375.48O'NEIL INDUSTRIES INC.55.704CLARK GROUP294.80SWINERTON48.005CONSIGLI CONSTRUCTION CO. INC.218.49that have been submitted for certification levels overthe years. In the near term, there have been significant code, policy and incentive efforts that are alsohelping to move the construction market in a moresustainable direction.In Massachusetts, “Some of these include effortsfrom the AEC community regarding material health,flame retardants and PFAS chemicals,” says Suni Dillard, associate at HMFH Architects. “New regulationsand incentives regarding the use of heavy timber construction will help push the construction market toprioritize sustainable construction materials.”WSP is seeing “exciting new developments inhow project teams are “evaluating and integratingGREEN CONTRACTOR REVENUE BIL.2017 62.112018 68.612019 72.71SOURCE: ENR DATA50ENR2020 69.85“We are seeingexcitingdevelopmentsin how projectteams areevaluating andintegratingsustainabledesignsolutions inbuildingprojects.”Suni Dillard,HMFH Architectssustainable design solutions in building projects,”says Narada Golden, vice president and nationaldirector of built ecology.“Clients are looking beyond the checklist of bestpractices to integrated solutions that deliver reallong-term performance This trend is being drivenby companies, cities and states that work trying todeliver on their public climate commitments,”Golden says. “We have been working with a widerange of large clients to figure out how they canachieve real carbon emissions reductions acrosstheir projects and portfolios.”He adds that clients are also expanding their definition of sustainability to include health and wellbeing, resiliency, equity and inclusion, “which isexciting for us because we have already incorporatedthese lenses into our approach to sustainable design.We build our project teams to integrate solutionsthat support climate-, health- and equity-based goalsand adapt to this quickly evolving market.”Early on in the pandemic, building owners focusedon ventilation and indoor air quality to prevent thespread of COVID-19. But there is much more tokeeping building occupants healthy than ventilationas outlined in indoor environmental quality standards.September 13/20, 2021 enr.com0920 GMR Overview.indd 509/14/21 6:29 PM

DPR CONSTRUCTION is contractoron the recently completed IndeedTower in Austin. The building has justachievedPlatinum status.ProjectsbyLEEDSector#13Percentage of Completed EnvisionOVERVIEWAt the University of Oregon’s HighPerformance Environments lab (HiPE),Green Certificationsprofessor of architecture Ihab PercentageElzeyadiof Completed Envision Projects by Sectorleads a team to research and develop newindoor environmental quality standards.Then they are published for broader review and adoption by organizations suchWater36.5%as WELL and Fitwel and other organizaTransportation40.4%tions focusing on building occupantEnergyhealth.Land/Environ.“People have been thinking of indoorOtherWater36.5%environmental quality just from the per40.4%Since 2013,Transportation104 Envisionspective of adequate ventilation and anEnergyverified projectshave beenadequate HVAC system, and that could beLand/Environ.publicly announcedworldhappening in the later stages of design.Otherwide, most inthe water and11.5%transportation sectors. TheAnd that’s fine. You can get away with7.69%largest portion, 33.6%,that,” says Elzeyadi. “But when you lookhave been certified Platiat the comprehensive idea of indoor envinum. Among U.S. states,11.5%ronmental quality, that really needs to beCalifornia leads the way,7.69%thought of at the early stages of design. Sowith 27.8% of the U.S.’s just not an air filter.”WELL standards generally prioritizeSOURCE: DATA PROVIDED BY THE INSTITUTE FOR SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE; CHART BY ENRpeople above all else. “There are a lot oftangible and intangible elements,” explains Gayathri Unnikrishnan, who serves as the Internationalpandemic that LEED is not just a green buildingWELL Building Institute’s concept lead for light.rating system.”“So most importantly, a heathy building is a peoFor many green design firms and contractors,ple-first space. This means that the health andthe U.S. rejoining the Paris Agreement was the callwell-being of the people inside the building staysto action their clients needed to seriously startat the center of decision-making at all points.”thinking green.But that focus on people doesn’t have to come at “The dialogue“With the change in administration, we are seethe cost of building health. Green certification stan- is moving away ing an ever-increasing focus on electrification anddards can be complementing if project owners think from energy indecarbonization, anticipating a 100% clean energyfavor of carbonbeyond them, explains Mahesh Ramanujam, outgoeconomy,” says Greg Mella, corporate director ofas the primarying president and CEO of the U.S. Green Building driver.”sustainability at SmithGroup. “The dialogue isCouncil. “It’s a misnomer that LEED is about themoving away from energy in favor of carbon as theGreg Mella,environment only,” Ramanujam says.primary driver. As the electrical grid gets greener,SustainabilityLEED is a mindset, he explains. “LEED has been Director,by 2050 the embodied carbon footprint of a buildfocused on people from Day 1 of its conception, and SmithGrouping may be as much if not more than the operatoday it has become more apparent because of thetional carbon footprint.”Envision Certifications by Sector5%3.85%3.8How To Read the Tablesits responses to the Top 400 Contractorssurvey and Top Green Contractors survey.NA Did not submit a Top 400 survey.Companies are ranked according torevenue for construction or designservices generated in 2020 from projectsthat have been registered with or certifiedby a third-party organization that setsstandards for measuring a building’s orfacility's environmental impact, energyefficiency or carbon footprint. Such groupsinclude the U.S. Green Building Council(USGBC) and the Green Building Initiative.The volume of revenue is measured in ( )millions. Some markets may not add up to100% due to rounding. Revenue fromEducation comprises public and privateeducational facilities, including both K-12and higher management on a fee-onlybasis is not included.Accredited Staff This is the number ofpeople employed by the contractors whohave been certified as knowledgeable ingreen construction by third-partyaccreditation organizations, includinggroups such as USGBC and GreenAdvantage.% of Total Revenue This percentageshows a firm's total contracting revenuederived from green contracting, based onEntertainment/Civic includes sportsfacilities, entertainment facilities, casinos,theme parks and religious and culturalfacilities.Government Office includes federal,state and local government office facilities.Health Care includes hospitals, clinics,medical assistance facilities, nursinghomes and assisted-living centers.Hotel includes hotels, motels, resorts andconvention centers.Multi-Residential includes co-ops,condominiums and apartment buildings.Retail/Office includes commercialoffices and retail facilities.Other Buildings comprises miscellaneous buildings.Other Markets comprises industrialprocess and pharmaceutical plants, foodprocessing plants, manufacturing facilities,telecommunications facilities, infrastructure and cabling, towers and antennae,data centers and web hotels, September 13/20, 20210920 GMR Overview.indd 51ENR519/14/21 6:29 PM

.KTSLDINGST/CBUI11GENSLER, Los Angeles, Calif.1,394924.1470622444266222AECOM, Los Angeles, Calif.NA730.00915115400035933ARUP, New York, N.Y.161379.458920688117212944HOK, St. Louis, Mo.723336.60752015924111019057HDR, Omaha, Neb.1,129237.211056238000444168STANTEC INC., Irvine, Calif.710HKS, Dallas, Texas8**STANLEY CONSULTANTS, Muscatine, IowaOTHOTHERMENDENE RTAINENTLTIRMUELESIAREHOTLTHCHEAER MLTIAFICEIONT OFCATMENEDUERN% OF TOTALREVENUE/ OFFICEIN MIL.GOVACC.STAFFRETAIL2020 GREEN REVENUERANK2021 2020IVICThe Top 100 ListTHE TOP 100 GREEN DESIGN 2204201.29994100100077895SKIDMORE OWINGS & MERRILL, New York, N.Y.314190.105640165511001851011DLR GROUP, Minneapolis, Minn.301184.60661694236011601114ZGF ARCHITECTS LLP, Portland, Ore.245174.1471201510150013601212WSP USA, New York, N.Y.1,651150.00733150100871313CANNONDESIGN, New York City, N.Y.280150.0056303760000001419KIMLEY-HORN, Raleigh, N.C.133147.4712500006500301517BURNS & MCDONNELL, Kansas City, Mo.198128.0972404000026281623NBBJ, Seattle, Wash.232112.1050704222002001718SMITHGROUP, Detroit, Mich.449101.60386531518002601815EYP ARCHITECTURE & ENGINEERING, Albany, N.Y.142101.048101716660000019**BR A CONSULTING ENGINEERS, Boston, Mass.9499.621001001570000202021PERKINS&WILL, Chicago, Ill.1,64485.501454012121111100122120THORNTON TOMASETTI, New York, N.Y.20682.50303316742121042228LITTLE DIVERSIFIED ARCHITECTURAL CONSULTING INC., Charlotte, N.C.13563.371005831414009202322BLACK & VEATCH, Overland Park, Kan.NA59.76407100000029922436HASKELL, Jacksonville, Fla.13359.4957033200002533HGA, Minneapolis, Minn.18559.033014144200182102632LMN ARCHITECTS, Seattle, Wash.6447.168642030016012002764HORD COPLAN MACHT, Baltimore, Md.11444.335300885070002849BALLINGER, Philadelphia, Pa.5943.0159000000010002951WALTER P MOORE, Houston, Texas5839.71286162500164613037CORGAN, Dallas, Texas10939.38202000000050293129FENT

Sector p. 51 // How to Read the Tables p. 51 // The ENR Top 100 Green Design Firms List p. 52 // The ENR Top 100 Green Co

Related Documents:

238160 Roofing Contractors . 238170 Siding Contractors . 238190 Other Foundation, Structure, and Building Exterior Contractors . 238210 Electrical Contractors and Other Wiring Installation Contractors . 238220 Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors . 238290 Other Building Equipment Contractors . 238310 Drywall and Insulation .

(iii) Investment firms - often referred to as 'Class 2 firms' - these are non-systemic investment firms that do not carry out dealing on own account or underwriting activities. This category of firms are subject to the full scope of the prudential regime is set out in the IFR and IFD. (iv) Small and non-interconnected investment firms -

Contractors and suppliers need to engage with both Thames Water and each other to ensure we are able to achieve these aims. 1.3 Objectives Contractors should develop their own objectives which support the delivery of our aims. Thames Water will work collaboratively with contractors to achieve them. Contractors must monitor the delivery

contractors, with a minimum of three (3) " local" contractors invited with the Regional Infrastructure Advisor / manager involved in the process of determination. For values between 500,000 and 1,000,000 the works are to be offered to a minimum of five (5) "local" contractors, with a minimum of three (3) " local" contractors.

Contractors prescribe certain standards for persons, firms and corporations who enter into contracts for construction work in this state. The practice act providing specific regulatory authority over general contractors is found under N.C. General Statute §87, Article 1. Current laws in North Carolina define general contractors as

(1940). Moisture and ash value determined by the method of AOAC (1990). The shade dried material were powdered for phytochemical (Kokate, 1986 and Harborne, 1998) and . Pale Green Pale green Pale green Pale green Black Cascade green Cascade green Pale green Green . London

purchasing intention via attitude towards green brands. In addition, there's a significant positive direct impact of green brand trust on consumers' green purchasing intention. Keywords: Green knowledge, Green trust, Attitude towards green brands, Green purchasing intention, Alexandria, Cairo, Aswan, Egyptian food and beverage market.

We thank Representative Matt Gray (D-Adams County) and Senator Bob Gardner (R-Colorado Springs) for sponsoring this legislation, which passed both chambers with strong bipartisan support. Other ACLU-supported bills which passed with bipartisan support included Campus Free Speech ( SB 062 ) and Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform ( HB 1313 ). Lawmakers also came together to support HB 1186 .