TOP 100: No. 11
As Fluor's work in Iraq and Afghanistan winds down, the company has turned to new hires and a renewed focus on sales to reposition the company for the post-war era.
A GAO decision has reopened the competition for a lucrative contract to maintain and secure U.S. nuclear weapons after the losing bidders filed protests.
Thirty-three companies win spots on the Army's $23.5B Eagle contract, with more winners to come.
Lockheed plans to hang onto Sandia Labs work; competitors expected but unknown at this time.
Fluor's growth has been sparked by an uptick in work heavy with logistics, sustainment and infrastucture support.