HNTB’s architecture practice maintains strong performance in Building Design + Construction Annual Giants 400 Report

Firm’s work on high-profile aviation and sports projects reflected in annual rankings

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (Dec. 15, 2020) — HNTB Corporation’s architecture practice once again earned high rankings across multiple disciplines, according to the Annual Giants 400 Report compiled by Building Design + Construction, a national building market publication.

The Giants 400 Report ranks architectural and engineering firms in several building sectors and services.

In ranking the overall top 155 architecture firms, HNTB came in at number 12. The firm also maintained its top five rankings in both aviation (number three) and sports architecture firms (number five), solidifying the spots that it held in 2019.

“These rankings are a testament to the innovative thinking, unique solutions and trusted service that our designers deliver to our clients, and why we continue to be involved in the largest and most impactful projects across the country,” said Chris Migneron, NCARB, AIA, HNTB architecture practice leader and senior vice president.

Some of the firm’s signature architecture projects include: serving as architect of record at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas; Phase 1 South Terminal C at Orlando International Airport; lead architectural designer for the Automated People Mover stations and maintenance facility at Los Angeles International Airport; Concourses A-West & B-West Expansions at Denver International Airport; and serving as design architect on a new stadium for the 2020 Major League Soccer Champion, Columbus Crew. For more information, visit www.hntb.com/architecture.