Renovation kings: The city's 30 leading general contractors

TRD’s ranking includes initial reno permits issued throughout New York City

May.May 01, 2019 01:00 PM

This month, The Real Deal ranked the top 30 general contractors doing renovation work.

Check out the chart below:

RANKFIRMDOLLAR AMOUNTTOTAL NO. OF PROJECTS
1Structure Tone$827.4M270
2J.T. Magen & Company$444.4M143
3AECOM Tishman$346.4M43
4Turner Construction$315.1M81
5Gilbane Building Company$125.2M42
6Plaza Construction$115M26
7Shawmut$106.2M66
8Benchmark Builders$102.7M55
9L&K Partners$96.2M49
10OC Development Management$84M20
11JRM Construction Management$82.1M42
12Adam's European Contracting$76.6M22
13Clune Construction Company$65.5M81
14Henegan Construction$54.5M32
15ACS System Associates$52.3M39
16Tri-Star Construction$47.7M62
17Cauldwell Wingate$47.4M11
18Padilla Construction Services$46.1M5
19James E. Fitzgerald$45.8M68
20Icon Interiors$38M38
21Cross Management Corporation$33.3M30
22Harris Home Repair & Development$31.2M82
23Sciame Construction$28.2M14
24John Gallin & Son$26.9M50
25Schimenti Construction $26.8M28
26Vanguard Construction $26.6M35
27E.W. Howell$26.3M7
28Suffolk Construction$25.1M10
29Construction Management & Builders$22.4M21
30Lendlease$22M26

Source: TRD analysis of initial alteration (A-1 and A-2) permits issued between April 1, 2018 and March 31, 2018 by the NYC Dept. of Buildings. Renovations, including interior and facade work, were ranked by initial estimated costs listed on DOB permits, which include general construction, structural materials and mechanical systems. The data includes work permitted by the DOB and excludes work approved by other agencies. It also only includes work where the general contractor is specifically listed on the DOB permit — renewals were excluded. All firms were contacted, but not all participated.


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