Fanning Howey jumped five spots this year on Building Design+Construction’s 2021 list of the top A/E Firms in the K12 School Facilities Sector. Fanning Howey moved from #22 in 2020 to #17 in 2021. Every year, Building Design+Construction surveys the largest architecture, engineering and construction firms across the United States as part of their annual Giants 400 Report, breaking out top-performing firms by sector.
BD+C assesses top firms based on revenue and ranks them according to firm specialty and various building sector categories. This year, nearly 500 firms participated in the overall report, the largest involvement to date. Fanning Howey is pleased to be among the growing and thriving A/E firms in the United States.
“Our team continues to showcase their dedication to our K-12 clients by working collaboratively, energetically and efficiently,” says William Payne, AIA, CEO of Fanning Howey. “Our success is a testament to the hard work of each and every Fanning Howey employee.”
In addition to ranking in BD+C’s top 20 K-12 School Facilities Sector, Fanning Howey also ranked in BD+C’s top 95 overall A/E Firms. Fanning Howey was also named in PSMJ Resources, Inc.’s 2021 Circle of Excellence, which honors A/E/C firms that show exceptional performance in productivity, business development, staff growth and turnover.
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