2020
Top 100 Giants
Market Sector

Corporate work remains by far the biggest moneymaker for these Giants, with 77 firms working in that sector accounting for nearly 40 percent of all revenue ($1.87 billion). Sector breakdowns remained mostly steady compared to last year, with the next highest-performing being hospitality (15 percent of total fees, $708 million) and healthcare (13 percent, $598 million). Retail, government, residential, and educational remain in the single digits percentage-wise, but generally more than half of the firms work in each of those areas.

Furniture & fixtures and construction products also had a massive year, with $85 billion installed. That's $10 billion more than last year. In case it was a fluke, the 100 Giants are forecasting $76 billion next year. As with total fees, this is the first projected decline for F&F since 2011.

Let's talk volume. The Giants finished 1.2 billion square feet from 70,000 projects last year. Firms earned $137 per square foot, up from $120 last year and the second-highest total ever. But again, next year's forecast is modest: 1.22 billion in square footage. It's accompanied, however, by a healthy jump in projects (82,000).

Top 10 Giants by Sector
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