Recent construction and cost-management projects overseen by Cumming include the student health and counseling center at California State University San Marcos. (Rendering courtesy of Cumming and HMC Architects)

Recent construction and cost-management projects overseen by Cumming include the student health and counseling center at California State University San Marcos. (Rendering courtesy of Cumming and HMC Architects)

San Diego-headquartered Cumming ranked first among locally based construction management firms based on 2013 revenue on an annual Top 100 list published recently by Engineering News-Record magazine.

Cumming placed at No. 38 nationally on this year’s list, with revenue of $57.8 million generated from project or construction management services, up 12.9 percent from $51.2 million in 2012.

Also making the national Top 100 were San Diego-based Gafcon Inc. at No. 62, with $24.2 million in project management revenue; and Kleinfelder at No. 63, with $24 million.

Cumming was first named to the magazine’s annual list in 2005 and has ranked in the top 40 every year since 2008, company officials said. It was the largest locally based firm for the third consecutive year.

The privately held Cumming was founded in 1996 and provides international project and cost management services for construction projects. Its recent clients include California State University San Marcos, Marriott International, Kaiser Permanente and Facebook Inc.

Engineering News-Record is published by McGraw Hill Construction, a division of New York-based McGraw Hill Financial Inc.