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Top architecture firms to work for…
July 15, 2008, 3:31 pm
Filed under: Architecture, Work Life

This list is from 2006 but compare it to the top architecture firms by revenue from 2007.

  1. FRCH Design Worldwide, Cincinnati, OH
    Number of employees: 200
  2. Little, Charlotte, NC
    Number of employees: 275
  3. Bloodgood Sharp Buster Architects & Planners, Inc.,
  4. Sasaki Associates, Inc., Watertown, MA
    Number of employees: 250
  5. EDSA, Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Number of employees: 200
  6. BSA LifeStructures, Indianapolis, IN
    Number of employees: 215
  7. Scott & Goble Architects, Tulsa, OK
    Number of employees: 70
  8. RNL Design, Denver, CO
    Number of employees: 200
  9. Mackey Mitchell Associates, St. Louis, MO
    Number of employees: 45
  10. Kahler Slater, Milwaukee, WI
    Number of employees: 125
  11. Harley Ellis Devereaux, Southfield, MI
    Number of employees: 500
  12. MulvannyG2 Architecture, Bellevue, WA
    Number of employees: 400
  13. JLG Architects, Grand Forks, ND
    Number of employees: 25
  14. Hnedak Bobo Group, Inc., Memphis, TN
    Number of employees: 100
  15. WESKetch Architecture, Millington, NJ
    Number of employees: 30
  16. Dominick Tringali Architects, Inc., Bloomfield, MI
    Number of employees: 25
  17. Perkowitz+Ruth Architects, Long Beach, CA
    Number of employees: 320
  18. Cuhaci & Peterson, Architects, Orlando, FL
    Number of employees: 100
  19. SGA Companies, Inc., Bethesda, MD
    Number of employees: 15
  20. Maxwell Johanson Maher Architects, Nashville, TN
    Number of employees: 40
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Who the heck are these people? To be a nice employer, is it necessary to be a nobody-architecture firm?

Comment by bananafanna

I worked for Mackey Mitchell (#9 on this list) a few years back. They may seem nice, but they devour young architects and spit them out when they no longer have use for them – do yourself a favor and look else where unless you are desperate to work on educational sector and to be limited to midwest work

Comment by Joe




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