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Biggest Contractors in U.S. and How They Pay

Search the biggest contractors in the United States from the ENR 400. This page shows the biggest U.S. contractors and their recent payment history in the last 12 months. Select a contractor to see how that general contractor works with their subs including ratings and reviews from subs and suppliers, the GC's payment history, and how to best work with that contractor.

The biggest contractors work on some of the biggest ... construction jobs in the U.S., such as the new Los Angeles SoFi Football Stadium. These large jobs usually have many companies involved and slow payment can arise when sub-subs and suppliers aren't contracting directly with the GC's. Are you working on a large construction job with a contractor on this list? Learn more about how to work with them and send a preliminary notice for free with Levelset.

Showing 20 contractors out of 376
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Payment Score
95 / 100

3 ratings

Contractor Overview

C.W. Driver is typically a General Contractor who has worked on 117 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about C.W. Driver's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

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Payment Score
74 / 100

2 ratings

Contractor Overview

F.A. Wilhelm Construction is typically a Subcontractor who has worked on 26 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about F.A. Wilhelm Construction's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

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Payment Score
66 / 100

2 ratings

Contractor Overview

Shaw Construction is typically a Subcontractor who has worked on 173 jobs in the last 12 months according to available project information. Learn more about Shaw Construction's recent projects, reviews from other contractors, and general payment terms below.[...] Learn more 

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Payment Score
60 / 100

1 rating

Recent Review a year ago

They almost always pay on time, the only problem is- if there is an issue with an invoice you've sent in, their AP department will not tell you and when it becomes passed due, it is EXTREMELY hard to get them to answer an email about what happened. It takes higher up project managers to finally get responses from that department.