NBBJ Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- NBBJ's estimated annual revenue is currently $452.7M per year.
- NBBJ's estimated revenue per employee is $452,200
- NBBJ has 1001 Employees.
- NBBJ grew their employee count by 3% last year.
NBBJ Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is NBBJ?
NBBJ is a different kind of design practice, one that helps our clients drive innovation by creating highly productive, sustainable spaces that free people to live, learn, work and play as they were meant to. The world’s leading organizations look to our experts to help them design environments that disrupt the status quo and effect real, meaningful change at all levels. Named among the top 10 most innovative architecture firms by Fast Company two years in a row, we make news by partnering with like-minded companies including Google, Amazon, Samsung, Microsoft and Tencent. Our clients also include institutional leaders such as Cambridge University, Cleveland Clinic, Massachusetts General Hospital and Stanford University.keywords:N/A
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