Just because the construction market may be slow doesn’t mean companies, including architectural firms, can’t continue to grow. Just take a look at Inc. Magazine’s 2010 Inc. 5000 List of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies, which includes several architectural firms.

According to Inc., the list measures revenue growth from 2006 through 2009. To qualify, companies must have been founded and generating revenue by June 30, 2006. The minimum revenue required for 2006 is $80,000; the minimum for 2009 is $2 million.

Check out the list below of some of the architectural firms that made this year’s Inc. 5000 list.

eSolution Architects; Rank: 235; Three-year % growth: 1306%; Revenue: $3.4 million

Dull Olson Weekes Architects: Rank: 1599; Three-year % growth: 179%; Revenue: $14.1 million

Sorg Architects; Rank: 2557; Three-year % growth: 92%; Revenue: $9.2 million

Struxture Architects; Rank: 2624; Three-year % growth: 89%; Revenue: $6.1 million

Event Architects; Rank: 2687; Three-year % growth: 86%; Revenue: $31.3 million

FGM Architects; Rank: 2922; Three-year % growth: 73%; Revenue: $22.1 million

Perkins+Will; Rank: 3244; Three-year % growth: 60%; Revenue: $354.8 million

HGA Architects and Engineers; Rank: 3795; Three-year % growth: 40%; Revenue: $98.7 million

Beverly Prior Architects; Rank: 3879; Three-year % growth: 37%; Revenue: $5.4 million

English + Associates Architects; Rank: 3997; Three-year % growth: 33%; Revenue: $2.4 million

GH2 Architects; Rank: 4189; Three-year % growth: 28%; Revenue: $4.1 million

ZGF Architects; Rank: 4225; Three-year % growth: 26%; Revenue: $112.9 million

Eckenhoff Saunders Architects; Rank: 4511; Three-year % growth: 18%; Revenue: $6.9 million

HMC Architects; Rank: 4747; Three-year % growth: 11%; Revenue: $83.4 million

FXFOWLE Architects; Rank: 4914; Three-year % growth: 5%; Revenue: $30.2 million