23 : The Shaw Group Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $952,035,640
Defense revenue: $132,539,872
Civilian revenue: $819,495,768
2006 revenue: $4.8 billion
2006 earnings : $50.9 million
2005 revenue: $3.3 billion
2005 earnings: $16 million
Number of employees: 21000
Headquarters: Baton Rouge, La.
Web address: www.shawgrp.com
President/CEO: J.M. Bernhard Jr., chairman, president and CEO
Ticker: NYSE: SGR
Lines of business: Safety, consulting, construction, engineering and design, fabrication and manufacturing, maintenance, project delivery/project management, technology and procurement
Major customers: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Air Force, Navy and Federal Emergency Management Administration
Major contracts/projects: FEMA hired The Shaw Group to support implementation of its individual assistance programs under a $250 million IDIQ contract. The work includes consulting, technical support and project management services for small to catastrophic disasters in the United States.

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