Sundt Construction, Inc. climbed 11 spots to No. 54 on Engineering News Record’s (ENR) 2019 Top 400 Contractors list. ENR, the construction industry’s principal trade publication, generates its list of Top 400 Contractors based on the prior year’s construction revenue.
“Last year was exceptional for our company,” said G. Michael Hoover, Sundt’s President, CEO and Chairman of the Board. “Our employee-owners showed relentless dedication to fulfilling our mission to be the most skilled builder in America, and it is reflected in our ranking.”
Sundt reported $1.4 billion in construction revenue during 2018. In addition to being No. 54 on ENR’s Top 400 Contractors list, Sundt also ranked No. 36 on the publication’s Top 50 Domestic Heavy Contractors for its transportation, sewer and water projects.
In the analysis of the Top 400 list, ENR highlighted recently formed Sundt Infrastructure Development, an affiliate of the business dedicated to developing and investing in project opportunities through partnerships with premier infrastructure companies. “This capability will be applied to our core business lines – transportation, industrial and building,” said James Geer, Senior Vice President and leader of Sundt Infrastructure Development.
Sundt’s Tucson projects contributing to 2018 revenue include: the just-completed Banner-University Medical Center Tucson tower (a joint venture with DPR Construction), I-10 – Ina Road Interchange Improvements (a joint venture with Kiewit), and All Seasons Oro Valley Assisted Living Facility, as well as other projects.
Sundt opened its Tucson office in 1929. In the decades since, it has built numerous notable Southern Arizona landmarks. These include nearly 60 facilities on the University of Arizona campus, such as the recent award-winning remodel of Old Main, the Tucson International Airport Concourse Renovation and Pima County Public Service Center. The company has three offices in Arizona.