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Davis, Bowen & Friedel among top Engineering /Architecture firms in the nation


For the 12th consecutive year, Davis, Bowen & Friedel, Inc. (DBF), has ranked in Building Design + Construction Magazine’s (BD+C) annual Giant’s 400 list, recognizing the nation’s top architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) firms in the country. This year, DBF is positioned at #39 on the Top Engineering/Architecture (EA) Firms report, advancing three spots from their previous year’s ranking at #42 and maintaining their reputation as one of the top-rated EA firms in the nation.

The magazine annually ranks the nation’s largest AEC firms based on reported revenue data supplied and verified by the respective firms. Along with the firms overall Top Engineering/Architecture ranking, DBF was recognized on over 30 other building sector lists. The firm ranked at #14 in the Top 70 Multi-family Sector Engineering and EA Firm list and #41 in the Top 70 Retail Sector Engineering and EA Firm list. Other categories DBF ranked on include sports facilities/recreation facilities, government buildings, educational structures, parking structures, religious buildings, healthcare facilities, retail, and hospitality buildings, in addition to others.

DBF projects over the past year that contributed to the firm’s recognition include architecture, civil/site engineering, surveying and landscape architecture for the Sandhill Fields Sports Complex in Georgetown, Delaware, design/build and tenant-fit-outs for Woodbrooke Medical Complex in Salisbury, Maryland, civil/site engineering for Sussex Consortium and Rehoboth Elementary School in Sussex County, Delaware and Beaver Run Elementary in Salisbury, Maryland, and residential subdivision planning and engineering at Coastal Club in Lewes, Delaware.

“Not only do we appreciate the opportunity to create functional, safe, and aesthetically pleasing spaces in our communities, but we get to do it with clients and staff that truly make the design experience enjoyable and meaningful. Getting recognized for what we love to do is an added benefit,” said DBF President Michael R. Wigley in a statement.

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