59 : Dewberry & Davis LLC
Top 100 Revenue: $262,904,166
Defense revenue: $2,588,799
Civilian revenue: $260,315,367
2006 revenue:
2006 earnings :
2005 revenue: $300 million
2005 earnings:
Number of employees: 1870
Headquarters: Fairfax, Va.
Web address: www.dewberry.com
President/CEO: Ronald L. Ewing, CEO
Head of gov't business: Larry Olinger, federal programs
Lines of business: Planning, engineering, architecture, program management and surveying and mapping
Major customers: FEMA, Federal Highway Administration, National Park Service, Army, Army Corps of Engineers and Labor Department
Major contracts/projects: FEMA awarded Dewberry, along with URS, a $750 million contract to help with housing inspection and management support services under its response and recovery division. This comes after the company won a $250 million contract with the agency last August to provide temporary housing for future disaster victims. Dewberry also works as a subcontractor to Zekiah Technologies on a $20.2 million contract, providing GIS services to the Naval Surface Warfare Center.
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