Last updated on July 11th, 2024 at 07:01 am

Our annual ranking of top construction firms highlights the top companies in Dallas based on their project volume over the past year, with a focus on relevance. This compilation is derived from permit and contractor information sourced from city, county, and state building departments through our partners at BuildZoom. For further information regarding data accuracy, please consult the note at the end of this article.

Business Name

# Projects Last Year

Typical Job Size (in $)

Typical Permit Fees (in $)

Percent of projects under relevant project types

Impression Homes LLC

157

160460

7980

100.00%

Classic Construction & Restoration Inc

79

428810

80

88.76%

R and R Enterprise

59

146480

110

100.00%

Camp Construction Services Inc

42

719000

1500

93.33%

Integrity Homes

29

227510

4860

100.00%

Balfour Beatty Construction LLC

25

713480

2340

75.76%

Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity Inc

22

141500

1520

100.00%

Metroplex Remodeling

20

300000

1970

83.33%

Fort Worth Area Habitat for Humanity Inc

15

97930

1730

93.75%

Cincero Investment Properties,inc

12

180000

2520

100.00%

Southwestern Construction Inc

10

200000

1660

83.33%

DPR Construction, Inc

9

250000

1270

90.00%

Moore Construction Inc B

8

450290

14160

100.00%

North Texas Builders

8

982440

10640

100.00%

Unlimited Utility Construction

8

2769050

100

100.00%

Skiles Group, Inc

8

1100000

6580

72.73%

Blue Cypress Developement, LLC

7

532170

630

100.00%

Av1 Contractors

7

176000

3420

100.00%

Aj Construction Enterprises LLC

7

92040

1540

70.00%

Talley Riggins Construction Group LLC

6

1000000

660

85.71%

Davaco, Inc

6

85000

6040

85.71%

SCG

6

85000

1130

100.00%

Construction data serves multiple purposes within the construction industry. For businesses supplying materials and services to contractors, this data offers valuable insights into project milestones and construction market trends. By monitoring major project launches and construction trends, these businesses can strategically time their marketing efforts to coincide with contractors’ resource needs, ensuring effective engagement. Furthermore, analyzing contractors’ operational patterns allows suppliers and service providers to tailor their offerings to those experiencing growth. Subcontractors also benefit by using this data to pinpoint and approach general contractors actively seeking project partners. Meanwhile, real estate developers and property owners leverage detailed contractor profiles to assess expertise and quality when selecting partners for their projects.

Note: The data used to compile this list may not be complete based on the availability of permit data – collecting and consolidating this data is a time-intensive and difficult task. It may not be complete in all areas due to jurisdictional reporting requirements and the availability of data. Job values and permit fees should be taken as estimates rather than exact values, based on the most complete permit and contractor data available.

The time period for the data used for this ranking was the past 365 days, plus an additional 45 days to account for the average timeline of a building permit.

If you have any suggestions on the data or see any corrections that you’d like to give feedback on, please fill out this form. For more insights on construction data outside that are not directly related to contractors, there are other resources available as well.

Author

  • Alex Mericle

    Alex Mericle is the Chief Editor at General Contractors Magazine with five years of experience in the construction space. Alex has always had a strong interest in residential and commercial construction and architecture, and he has built up technical experience with building permit data, subcontractor operations, and materials procurement over the years. On top of his experience at General Contractors Magazine, he has prior experience at BuildZoom. His analytical skillset, honed through a degree in Business Analytics from Creighton University and from his work experience, allows him to transform complex construction data into actionable insights and useful, captivating content. Expertise: Residential and Commercial Construction, Building Permit Data, Home Design and Build, Architecture, Subcontractor Operations, Material Procurement Key Highlights: Over 5 years of experience writing and editing in the construction space, Chief Editor at General Contractors Magazine, Previous experience at BuildZoom Education: Creighton University, Degree in Business Analytics