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    2013 Top 100 Giants: Focus on Healthcare

    A total of 57 firms out of Interior Design's 2013 Top 100 Giants design health-care projects. At $378.35 million, fees generated from health-care projects represented 14 percent of all design fees earned in 2012 (that percentage was identical in 2011). That puts health care as number three in terms of market segments bringing in the most dollars overall—office brought in $924 million and hospitality brought in $474 million (more on that here). Also of note, 46 percent of all government projects were health-care projects.


    Top 10 Firms with Highest % of Interiors Work in Health Care

    2013 Giants Rank

    Firm

    2013 % of Total Work in Health Care
    58 FKP Architects 90%
    10 NBBJ 70%
    16 Perkins Eastman 57%
    20 HDR Architecture 55%
    6 Cannon Design 53%
    82 Francis Cauffman 50%
    49 Gresham, Smith and Partners 49%
    13 AECOM 45%
    12 HKS 45%
    63 HMC Architects 42%
    55 Lawrence Group 40%
    86 Swanke Hayden Connell Architects 40%

    >>2013 Top 100 Giants: Top 10 in Health Care/Assisted Living
    >>2012 Health Care Giants 

     
    2013 Top 100 Giants: The 57 Working in Health Care


    2013 Giants Rank 2012 Giants Rank
    Firm


    2013 % of Total Work in Health Care 2012 % of Total Work in Health Care
    13 12 AECOM 45% 44%
    79 80 ÆDIFICA 1% 0%
     — 86 Array Healthcare Facilities Solutions  — 100%
    61 38 Ballinger 31% 45%
    80 76 Baskervill 6% 6%
     — 90 BraytonHughes Design Studios  — 5%
    8 9 Callison 15% 20%
    6 8 Cannon Design 53% 53%
    76 71 Cooper Carry 3% 6%
    33 32 Corgan Associates 4% 10%
    52 48 DBI Architects 5% 0%
     — 99 DES Architects + Engineers  — 20%
    25 23 DLR Group 6% 4%
    37 DWP Design Worldwide Partnership 5%  —
    51 106 Elkus Manfredi Architects 8% 0%
    60 53 Environetics 9% 3%
    26 22 EwingCole 35% 37%
    22 31 Fentress Architects 2% 2%
    58 FKP Architects 90%  —
    32 26 Flad Architects 35% 25%
    82 56 Francis Cauffman 50% 50%
    99 108 FXFOWLE Architects 5% 5%
    1 1 Gensler 2% 1%
    49 92 Gresham, Smith and Partners 49% 64%
    73 Harley Ellis Devereaux 8%  —
    20 20 HDR Architecture 55% 70%
    12 47 HKS 45% 34%
     — 25 HLW International  — 1%
    63 101 HMC Architects 42% 62%
    3 2 HOK 12% 12%
    75 60 Huntsman Architectural Group 15% 10%
    9 10 IA Interior Architects 2% 0%
    2 7 Jacobs (and Jacobs Kling Stubbins) 1% 0.5%
    92 81 JPC Architects 10% 10%
    70 72 Kasian 2% 10%
     — 82 KZF Design  — 1%
    55 58 Lawrence Group 40% 50%
    7 5 Leo A Daly 35% 29%
    42 40 Little 1% 1%
    77 64 LS3P Associates 9% 9%
    10 14 NBBJ 70% 52%
    67 70 OTJ Architects 20% 15%
    18 18 PageSoutherlandPage 35% 50%
     — 96 Partners by DESIGN   — 5%
    16 17 Perkins Eastman 57% 59%
    4 3 Perkins+Will 37% 40%
     — 52 RMW architecture & interiors  — 1%
    27 28 Rockwell Group 3% 3%
     — 91 Ronald Schmidt & Associates  — 40%
    66 RSP Architects 13%  —
    44 39 RTKL Associates  6% 5%
    39 42 Shepley Bulfinch 35% 21%
    19 19 Skidmore, Owings & Merrill 11% 9%
    17 16 SmithGroupJJR 39% 39%
    74 66 Staffelbach 2% 0%
     — 6 Stantec Architecture  — 26%
    65 75 Stonehill & Taylor Architects 15% 15%
    86 97 Swanke Hayden Connell Architects 40% 20%
    88 74 The H. Chambers Company 1% 1%
    89 95 The Switzer Group 3% 1%
    24 37 TPG Architecture 3% 3%
    69 65 VeenendaalCave 7% 7%
    41 41 VOA Associates 11% 9%
    40 30 Vocon 3% 1%
    56 61 Ware Malcomb 21% 20%
    31 35 ZGF Architects 38% 40%

    >>2013 Top 100 Giants: Top 10 in Health Care/Assisted Living
    >>2012 Health Care Giants: Breakdown
    >>2012 Health Care Giants   
    >>2013 Top 100 Giants: Breakdown by Market Sector
    >>2013 Top 100 Giants

    Methodology
    Data in this section derives from the first installment of the two-part annual business survey of Interior Design Giants, comprising the 100 largest firms
    ranked by interior-design fees for the 12-month period ending December 31, 2012. Interior-design fees include those attributed to:

    1. All types of interiors work, including commercial and residential.
    2. All aspects of a firm’s interior-design practice, from strategic planning and programming to design and
    project management.
    3. Fees paid to a firm for work performed by employees and independent contractors who are full-time staff
    equivalent.

    Interior-design fees do not include revenues paid to a firm and remitted to subcontractors who are not considered full-time staff equivalent. For example, certain firms attract work that is subcontracted to a local firm. The originating firm may collect all the fees and retain a management or generation fee, paying the remainder to the performing firm. The amounts paid to the latter are not included in fees of the collecting firm when determining its ranking. Ties are broken by the dollar value of products installed. The data was compiled and analyzed by the Interior Design market research staff in New York, led by Wing Leung, research director.

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