ENR: JLL moves up in annual "Top 100" CM/PM survey

July 6, 2015 Laura McDaniel

Engineering News Record has announced its list of the top construction and program management firms, and JLL has moved up two spots to No. 7 in the annual survey’s Top 50 Program Management Firms.

The firm moved up one spot in Construction Management-for-Fee Firms to No. 6 and was ranked No. 19 – for the first time – on publication’s Top 20 Firms in Combined Design and CM/PM Professional Services Revenue.

This year’s “Top 100” discussed the overall market’s return to health, which has led to a 2.6 percent revenue jump – about $19.91 billion – for CM/PM firms in 2014.

According to JLL Research, construction costs remain high through the United States despite a drop in oil prices. Any relief energy costs have provided, has been countered by costly construction labor across product types.

“We’re honored to be ranked among the nation’s best construction and program management firms,” said Todd Burns, President of JLL PDS Americas. “Even with the strong market, the value of a reliable program management partner remains vital to keep projects on time and under budget. As the rankings suggest, we’ve been very successful doing that for our clients this year.”

JLL ENR Top 100 Rankings

• No. 6: Construction Management-for-Fee Firms

• No. 7: The Top 50 Program Management Firms

• No. 19: The Top 20 Firms in Combined Design and CM/PM Professional Service Revenue

Click here to review JLL’s first quarter United States Construction Perspective. For visit our homepage for more information on JLL Project and Development services.

Source: ENR (Subscription): Top 100 Professional Service Firms: Filling in Gaps for Owners

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