BD+C: JLL tops the charts in the annual “Giants 300” rankings

August 11, 2015 Laura McDaniel

Building Design + Construction has announced its Giants 300 rankings, and JLL has moved up 4 spots to No. 6 in the annual Top 75 Construction Management Firms.

The firm was ranked No. 34 for the second year in a row in Office Sector Giants and was ranked No. 63 for the first time in the publication’s Top 75 Healthcare Construction Firms. In BD+C’s Top 100 Contractors list, JLL made the jump from No. 100 last year to No. 91 in 2015.

BD+C’s 2015 Giants 300 report analyzes the United States’ economy and the impact on nonresidential construction. Spending is expected to rise in 2015 by 6.4-7.7 percent and remain strong in 2016.

JLL research hums a similar tune. The value of nonresidential construction put in place is over $40,000 more than in May 2014, and continues to grow in all major sectors as project spend increases.

“We are honored to be ranked as one of the leading construction and program management firms in the nation,” said Todd Burns, President of JLL PDS Americas. “With construction starts at their highest point since the downturn, the importance of a trusted project management partner is as important now as ever. JLL will continue to deliver that service and the top-notch programs that our clients expect.”

JLL BD + C’s 2015 Giants 300 Rankings:

  • No. 6: Top 75 Construction Management Giants
  • No. 34: Office Sector Giants
  • No. 63: Top 75 Healthcare Construction Firms
  • No 91: Top 100 Contractors

Review JLL’s second quarter Construction Infographic here. Visit our homepage for more information on JLL Project and Development Services.

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