27 : Consolidated Engineering Services Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $271,190,000
Defense revenue:
Civilian revenue:
2002 revenue: $405 million before being acquired by Emcor
2002 earnings : Privately held
2001 revenue: Privately held
2001 earnings: Privately held
Number of employees: 3,400
Headquarters: Arlington, Va.
Web address: www.ces-engineers.com
President/CEO: Philip Rogers, president and COO; Frank MacInnis, chairman of Emcor Group Inc., parent company of Consolidated Engineering Services
Head of gov't business: Bill Davis, senior vice president, government and institutional operations
Ticker: Privately held
Lines of business: Mission-critical support, management and operations, engineering consulting, building systems installation and service, and remote operations
Major customers: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
Major contracts/projects: Consolidated Engineering Services is providing the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority operations and maintenance at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport '' including 24/7 emergency services within 20 minutes of request. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority selected Consolidated to operate and maintain the former American Airlines Terminal, the Northwest Airlines Terminal, and the inbound baggage handling system in the new Terminals B and C. Consolidated also provides daily equipment watches and tours, and preventive maintenance. Structural, electrical, mechanical, HVAC, and fire safety systems maintenance and repair are included in the contract.
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