Raymond Ranked 6th on Annual ENR Top 600 List

Posted October 21, 2020

The Raymond Group has been featured in The Engineering News-Record (ENR) Magazine’s annual Top 600 Specialty Contractors List, ranking 6th in the Wall & Ceiling category and 126th overall. Raymond moved up from the previous year, where we ranked 7th and 158th, accordingly. Rankings are determined according to construction revenue in a prime or subcontracting capacity.

Several Raymond projects have also received ENR ‘2020 Regional Best Projects’ awards that honor the best construction projects and the companies that designed and built them in California and Hawaii: Legacy International Center in San Diego, Westfield Valley Fair Mall Expansion in Santa Clara, Chase Center Development in San Francisco, and New Stanford Hospital in Palo Alto.

The new Legacy International Center (Cultural Worship Award of Merit) was designed by the architecture firm of Carrier Johnson + Culture and spans 18-acres with five buildings. Included in the development is a 127-room luxury hotel, a welcome center and museum, a pavilion with a 500-seat theater, an outdoor amphitheater, and a parking garage. Designed to celebrate world culture, Legacy offers visitors a number of unique experiences, like a 28-foot Interactive Globe, international market, stone chamber catacombs, gardens, and more.


  • LEGACY INTERNATIONAL CENTER | Raymond performed the building information modeling (BIM), metal stud framing, hollow metal frame installation, drywall, taping, insulation, lath, plaster, and scaffolding on this “Destination with a Destiny” for Clark Construction.

The recently opened Westfield Valley Fair Mall Expansion (Office/Retail/Mixed-Use Best Project) was a $1.1 billion, 500,000 square foot endeavor, broadening the upscale shopping center to 2 million + square feet and approximately 360 storefronts.


  • VALLEY FAIR MALL | Raymond completed the drywall assemblies, and doors, frames, and hardware on the expansion’s temporary egress tunnels. Fun Fact: Raymond completed the original Valley Fair Mall for Westfield Corporation in 2002.

The Chase Center Development (Sports/Entertainment Best Project) is a state-of-the-art venue on an 11-acre site in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood. The project included an 18,064-seat arena, two office buildings, 100,000 square feet of mixed-use/retail space, and underground parking. 


  • CHASE CENTER | Raymond performed the framing, drywall, and fireproofing for the Mortensen Construction and Clark Construction Group joint venture on the two office buildings. As the primary entry for the new 1.4-billion-dollar venue, the first two floors of the office buildings consist of restaurants and retail and surround a large pedestrian plaza. The buildings are steel framed with a concrete shear core and have been designed to achieve LEED Gold certification.

New Stanford Hospital (Healthcare Best Project) is a 824,000-square-foot, seven-story medical building, built next to the existing Stanford Health Care hospital. New Stanford Hospital features 368 private rooms and 20 operating suites, and is connected to Stanford Health Care hospital by a sky bridge.


  • NEW STANFORD HOSPITAL | Raymond performed work on the parking structure portion of the project, completing the framing, drywall, insulation, rough carpentry, plaster, and fireproofing for Clark/McCarthy, a joint venture.

Raymond is thankful for our employees and partnerships that help us remain on ENR’s Top 600 list year after year.


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