Our third-annual ranking of American architecture firms judges them on three factors: profitability, sustainable ethos, and design quality. By looking at the whole picture, we're able to honor not the biggest, but the best.
Openness and sustainability help this firm move into the top spot this year.
This firm pulled through the recession by focusing on its four primary markets.
Staying true to their mission and not falling for the boom helped this Boston firm return to the top five.
After trimming its organization with the downturn in 2009, the skyscraper-building giant is hitting its stride.
This Boston firm took a top 5 spot with their combination of research and its sensitivity to the past.
The top 10 in each of the scoring categories: award-winning, net revenue per employee, and sustainable firms.
Those firms who came in at 51 to 100 in the third-annual ARCHITECT 50 rankings.
Here is how the rankings in the ARCHITECT 50 are calculated.
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