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Top 5 engineering consulting firms 2020



The Top 225 firms generated $64.59 billion - 💰 in design revenue in 2017 from projects outside their home countries, up just 0.7% from $64.11 billion in 2016.


This comes after five straight years of declining revenue for the Top 225. Further, the Top 225 had $79.47 billion - 💰 in revenue from domestic projects in 2017, up a paltry 0.2% from $79.30 billion in 2016.



According to ENR (Engineering News-Record) research and analysis, consulting companies from all over the world were rank from 1-100.



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5.CHINA COMMUNICATIONS CONSTRUCTION GROUP LTD., Beijing, China




China Communications Construction Company, Ltd. (CCCC) is a publicly-traded, multinational engineering and construction company primarily engaged in the design, construction and operation of infrastructure assets, including highways, bridges, tunnels, railways (especially high-speed rail), subways, airports, and marine ports.

  • Revenue: US$70 billion

Project


Hydraulic Structure Project of Daya Bay and Ling'ao Nuclear Power Station


The phase II marine structure project of Daya Bay Nuclear Power Station in Guangdong Province consists of one gravity-unloading quay with a length of 157.25m and water depth of -8.2m, 550m quay road, six breakwaters with total length of 2000m, 1150m water inlet and drainage channel, reef explosion, harbour basin, navigation channel dredging, etc.

4.CHINA ENERGY CORP. LTD., Beijing, China




China Energy Engineering Corporation or Energy China (CEEC, 中国能源建设), is a Chinese state-owned energy conglomerate, with headquarters in Chaoyang District, Beijing. The conglomerate was established on September 29, 2011, with the approval of the State Council of China. It is under the direct supervision of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC).

  • Employees: 129,929

  • Revenue: $34 176 million

Project


Utility Tunnel and Sponge City
























3.AECOM, U.S.A.




  • Employees: 87 000

  • Revenue: $18 billion


AECOM is a global network of experts working with clients, communities and colleagues to develop and implement innovative solutions to the world’s most complex challenges.


Delivering clean water and energy. Building iconic skyscrapers. Planning new cities. Restoring damaged environments. Connecting people and economies with roads, bridges, tunnels and transit systems. Designing parks where children play. Helping governments maintain stability and security.


We connect expertise across services, markets, and geographies to deliver transformative outcomes. Worldwide, we design, build, finance, operate and manage projects and programs that unlock opportunities, protect our environment and improve people’s lives.

Imagine it. Delivered.


Project


Autzen Stadium – University of Oregon


2.POWER CONSTRUCTION CORP. OF CHINA, Beijing, China





Power Construction Corporation of China, Ltd provides electric utility line construction services. The Company develops and constructs hydropower engineering, waterworks engineering, thermal power engineering, new energy engineering, and other projects. Power Construction China also operates property development.


  • Employees: 132 266

  • Revenue: USD 43.6 billion


1.JACOBS, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A




The world needs innovators and problem solvers who turn challenges into greater opportunities. We have an insatiable curiosity about transformative trends challenging the status quo: Urbanization. Water scarcity. Climate change. Digital proliferation. Security.


website: https://www.jacobs.com/


Jacobs delivers highly valued solutions for there clients by applying an unrivalled depth and breadth of capabilities:


  • Industry-leading design

  • advanced sciences

  • Digital technologies

  • Big data analytics

  • Program- and construction-management disciplines

  • Operations and facilities management services


Project


How Singapore Turned its Water Woes into a NEWater Model


Water scarcity is not a new phenomenon; historical records note water shortages dating as far back as the 1800s and since there’s no new water on Earth, we’re drinking the same water dinosaurs did. What if we showed you how Jacobs and Singapore’s PUB turned water scarcity into international successes with an innovative water reuse strategy?


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