August 22, 2014

Top Rank Florida

Biggest engineering firms in Florida

Ranked by number of Florida employees

| 11/4/2013
Firm Florida Employees Florida Offices Senior Florida Executive
Atkins 1,120 16 L. Joe Boyer
Haskell 789 1 Steven T. Halverson
Reynolds, Smith and Hills 788 8 Brian P. Reed
CH2M HILL 730 14 F. Didier Menard
URS 670 10 William H. McDaniel
Stellar 639 3 Ronald H. Foster Jr.
AECOM 551 11 Bruce Koenig
AMEC 500 14 Mike Nardone
Stantec 463 16 Fermin A. Diaz
Universal Engineering Sciences 420 16 Mark Israel; Sy Israel
Kimley-Horn and Associates 415 14 Russell Barnes
Jacobs Engineering 400 12 Kenneth Morefield
CDM Smith 392 10 Victor J. Pujals
HNTB 380 7 Adrian Share
Parsons Brinckerhoff 349 5 Charlie J. Herndon
HDR Engineering 341 11 Matt Ryan
Professional Service Industries 333 8 Ben Doan
Ardaman & Associates 300 10 Nadim F. Fuleihan
TLC Engineering 300 8 Debra A. Lupton
Cardno TBE 263 13 Patrick L. Beyer
DRMP Inc. 250 11 Wayne D. Chalifoux
Metric Engineering 242 11 Douglas K. Cauley
Parsons Corp. 237 7 John C. Nagle IV
Terracon Consultants 235 10 Leila Jammal Nodarse
HSA Engineers & Scientists 225 5 Brian Moore
Sources: individual firms; Florida Engineering Society (FES) Research by Laurie Graulich

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