Golder Associates, a global consulting, design and construction services organisation, remains among the foremost environmental services organisations globally, according to the Engineering News-Record’s (ENR) Top 200 Environmental Firms listing.
ENR ranks companies engaged in general contracting, specialty contracting, engineering, architecture, and planning and studies, as part of its annual surveys and analyses of firms. The environmental list determines the 200 largest North American-based firms on the basis of global environmental services revenues.
We are #10 on this list, based on 2013 revenues, reflecting our strength across the multiple industries in which we serve our clients – mining, oil and gas, manufacturing, power, and urban development and infrastructure.
For specific markets within this list, Golder placed #2 in environmental management, #3 in environmental science, #5 in consulting/studies, #7 in revenue derived from private sector clients, #7 in air pollution, #9 in CM/PM (construction management or/or program management), #15 in hazardous waste, and #17 in firms working in non-US locations.
Other rankings that Golder achieved include:
- #28 in Top 225 International Design Firms for the 225 largest world design firms, up from #30 in 2013. In terms of revenue generated in specific categories, Golder ranked #4 in size in the waste sector, and #5 in hazardous waste, and #5 in the manufacturing market.
- #55 in the Top 500 Design Firms that looks at US companies only, a gain from #57 in 2013. In specific industry rankings within the list, Golder was recognised as a Top Design Firm in the following industries: manufacturing and industrial processes (which includes mining), solid waste, auto plants, chemical plants, and power.
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