The Christman Company advances in national contractor ranking

The Engineering News-Record (ENR), a news outlet known as the authority for tracking the construction industry, has placed The Christman Company (Christman) at #88 on its 2020 “ENR 400” list of the top 400 contractors nationally, a jump from the company’s 2019 ranking of 93. Overall rankings were calculated according to 2019 construction revenue.

Based in Lansing, Michigan, Christman also landed at #90 on the 2020 ENR list of Top 100 Contractors by New Contracts.

“It is an honor to again be named in ENR’s top 100 national contractors, this year rising to #88. We are fortunate for continued growth in today’s ever-changing environment,” Christman President and CEO Steve Roznowski said. “We are thankful to our clients, partners and Christman team members who made this possible. We will continue our focus on client outcomes and relationships, while keeping our promise of building with integrity.”

Significant projects from each of Christman’s regional offices contributing to the top-contractors ranking include:

Lansing, Michigan

  • McLaren Greater Lansing replacement hospital; Lansing, Michigan; $450 million
  • City of East Lansing Biosolids Handling Project; East Lansing, Michigan; $28 million
  • Lansing School District Bond Program projects; Lansing, Michigan; $120 million
  • Michigan State University Billman Music Pavilion; East Lansing, Michigan; $40 million
  • Auto-Owners Insurance Company South Campus expansion; Lansing, Michigan; $115 million 

Grand Rapids, Michigan

  • Mercy Health Muskegon consolidation; Muskegon, Michigan; $165 million
  • Gerald R. Ford International Airport Gateway Transformation Phase II; Grand Rapids, Michigan; $16.7 million
  • Wyoming Public Schools bond program projects; Wyoming, Michigan; $80 million
  • Stryker Instruments facility; Portage, Michigan; $148 million
  • State of Michigan Department of Technology, Management and Budget (DTMB) Grand Rapids Home for Veterans; Grand Rapids, Michigan; $53 million

Greensboro and Raleigh, North Carolina

  • Auto-Owners Insurance Atlantic Regional Office addition and renovation; Raleigh, North Carolina; $14 million
  • Q2 Solutions lab renovation; Durham, North Carolina; $47 million
  • Twin Lakes Community skilled healthcare building; Burlington, North Carolina; $48 million
  • St. Paul’s Episcopal Church exterior renovation; Winston-Salem, North Carolina; $6 million
  • Alamance Community College Biotechnology Center of Excellence; Graham, North Carolina; $8.5 million 

Detroit, Michigan

  • Detroit RiverFront Conservancy, Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Centennial Park; Detroit, Michigan (joint venture with L.S. Brinker and Blaze Contracting) 
  • Universal Health Services and Beaumont Health, behavioral health hospital; Dearborn, Michigan 
  • Bedrock, Book Tower restoration; Detroit, Michigan (joint venture with L.S. Brinker) 
  • Michigan Statewide Carpenters & Millwrights Joint Apprenticeship Training Fund, Detroit Carpenters Training Center; Detroit, Michigan 
  • IHM Sisters, senior housing; Monroe, Michigan

Washington, D.C., metro area

  • Museum Place adaptive reuse; Washington, D.C.; $15 million
  • Johns Hopkins University Whiting School of Engineering Wyman Park Building renovation; Baltimore, Maryland; $32.1 million
  • National Park Service Capital Region Office renovation; Washington, D.C.; $20 million
  • George Washington University Corcoran School of the Arts & Design Flagg Building envelope renovation; Washington, D.C.; $7.5 million
  • FEMA Building 716 $33 million

Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

  • University of Texas System, University of Texas at Austin Shared Data Center enhancement; Austin, Texas; $3.5 million
  • Belk; Mansfield, Texas; $7 million
  • Southwest Airlines, millwork for four-story building addition; Dallas, Texas
  • Cross Church; North Fort Worth/Haslet, Texas; $5.4 million
  • Baylor Scott & White, The Heart Hospital Baylor McKinney; McKinney, Texas

Knoxville, Tennessee

  • Tennessee Technological University science lab; Cookeville, Tennessee; $80 million
  • Tennessee State Veterans’ Home; Athens, Tennessee; $39 million
  • Neyland Stadium improvements; Knoxville, Tennessee; $131.7 million
  • University of Tennessee Energy and Environmental Science Research Building; Knoxville, Tennessee; $78 million
  • East Brainerd Elementary School; Chattanooga, Tennessee; $18 million
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