FEA Consulting Engineers Ranked Among the Top 10 in the US BD+C’s 2018 Giants 300 Report

Las Vegas - (October 2, 2018) FEA Consulting Engineers is the seventh largest hotel engineering firm in the country, according to the recently released Building Design + Construction (BD+C) 2018 Giants 300. FEA is the only Nevada-based firm among the top 65 Hotel Sector Engineering and Engineering/Architecture (EA) Firms on the list. FEA was ranked 63 overall on the list’s Top 70 Engineering Firms. 

The 42nd annual BD+C Giants 300 Report ranks the nation’s most prominent architecture, engineering and construction firms across more than 20 building sectors and specialty services by revenue. 

“Our team is honored and humbled to be ranked number 7 among the top hotel engineering firms in the nation,” said Robert Finnegan, PE, managing principal of the firm. “We feel very proud of this incredible accomplishment. Our team works diligently to ensure that we provide quality engineering design services. I thank our clients and incredible staff for this milestone.”

The report’s Hotel Sector rankings are based on 2017 hotel revenue for each firm, and the Engineering Firms overall rankings are based on total revenue reported by each firm. FEA’s hotel revenues were the only revenues reported for the list, according to Finnegan, making the overall ranking even more surprising. “This was our first time participating in the Giants 300 program,” he said. “We are fans of both the magazine and the list, and grateful to be a part of it this year.” 

FEA Consulting Engineers is one of the country’s top hotel engineering firms with clients including the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, The Cromwell in Las Vegas, Downtown Grand in Las Vegas, Angel of The Winds in Washington, MGM Fox Tower at Foxwoods in Connecticut and Hard Rock hotels across the country. 

 “Working in Las Vegas, one of the world’s premier hotel destinations, gives us unparalleled exposure to the world,” said Finnegan. “Being recognized for our hard work is truly rewarding.”

 

 
 

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