Student Housing Business

MAY-JUN 2018

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TOP CONTRACTORS May/June 2018 StudentHousingBusiness.com 70 Student Housing's Most Active Builders A ranking of the top contractors in the student housing industry. Compiled by Katie Sloan S Total # of Beds # of Beds Rank Company Name Beds Built On-Campus Off-Campus 1 Landmark Construction 8,434 - 8,434 2 The FaverGray Company 3,722 - 3,722 3 Sterling University Housing 3,633 - 3,633 4 The Weitz Company 3,402 3,402 - 5 Gilbane Building Company 3,171 1,283 1,888 6 Choate Construction Company 3,130 3,130 - 7 CBI Construction Services 2,900 - 2,900 8 Fountain Residential Partners 2,138 - 2,138 9 Cutler Associates, Inc. 1,649 1,413 236 10 ARCO National Construction - Living Group 1,346 - 1,346 11 Brown Construction, Inc. 1,282 506 776 12 FINFROCK 885 885 - 13 Summit Contracting Group, Inc. 881 221 660 14 The Annex Group 810 - 810 15 Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors 800 800 - 16 Marous Brothers Construction, Inc. 560 - 560 17 W. M. Jordan Company 544 344 200 18 Morley Builders 456 456 - 19 Construction Enterprises, Inc. 434 - 434 20 Suffolk 375 375 - 21 Reed Contractors 260 - 260 Most Active Contractors in Student Housing 2016-2017 Student Housing Business recently conducted a survey of builders to determine which contrac- tors are the most active in the student housing sector. To participate, contractors must have completed projects within the timeframe of January 1, 2016, to December 31, 2017. It was our intention to include projects prepared for the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 academic years. Our ranking of the top contractors is based on responses to our survey; contractors are ranked by number of beds constructed. Student Housing Business made every effort to locate and contact all active contractors in the sector. To be includ- ed on this list in the future, please contact Katie Sloan at ksloan@francemediainc.com. Leading the top contractors of student housing for the third year in a row is Landmark Construction, the in-house construction company of Athens, Georgia-based Landmark Properties. Coming in second is The FaverGray Company. 1 2 3 Landmark Construction 315 Oconee Street Athens, GA 30601 Total beds constructed: 8,434 Number of beds constructed on-campus: 0 Number of beds constructed off-campus: 8,434 Largest project completed during the period of January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2017: The Standard at Gainesville near the University of Florida for Landmark Properties. Areas Active: Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Southeast, Midwest The FaverGray Company 415 Pablo Ave., Suite 200 Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250 Total beds constructed: 3,722 Number of beds constructed on-campus: 0 Number of beds constructed off-campus: 3,722 Largest project completed during the period of January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2017: 21 Hundred at Overton Park for American Campus Communities in Lubbock, Texas. Areas Active: Nationwide Sterling University Housing 3411 Richmond, Second Floor Houston, TX 77046 Total beds constructed: 3,633 Number of beds constructed on-campus: 0 Number of beds constructed off-campus: 3,633 Largest project completed during the period of January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2017: Sterling Summit near Nevada- Reno. Areas Active: Southeast, Midwest, Mountain States, Southwest, West The Weitz Company 5901 Thornton Ave Des Moines, IA 50321 Total beds constructed: 3,402 Number of beds constructed on-campus: 3,402 Number of beds constructed off-campus: 0 Largest project completed during the period of January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2017: Not specified. Areas Active: Nationwide Gilbane Building Company 7 Jackson Walkway Providence, RI 29030 Total beds constructed: 3,171 Number of beds constructed on-campus: 1,283 Number of beds constructed off-campus: 1,888 Largest project completed during the period of January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2017: Georgetown University Northeast Triangle Residence Hall. Areas Active: Nationwide 4 5

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