64 : Washington Group International Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: $212,271,583
Defense revenue: $25,260,177
Civilian revenue: $187,011,406
2006 revenue: $3.4 billion
2006 earnings : $80.8 million
2005 revenue: $3.2 billion
2005 earnings: $53.9 million
Number of employees: 25000
Headquarters: Boise, Idaho
Web address: www.wgint.com
President/CEO: Stephen G. Hanks, president and CEO
Head of gov't business: Terri L. Marts, president, defense business unit
Ticker: NYSE: WNG
Lines of business: Technical consulting, engineering/design, project management, planning and development, construction, facility startup, management, operations and maintenance, shut-down and decommissioning, equity participation, procurement, homeland security, waste handling and surplus equipment
Major customers: Energy Department, Defense Department and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Major contracts/projects: Washington Savannah River Company, a subsidiary of Washington Group International, has operated the 310-square-mile Savannah River Site for the Energy Department since 1989. The site is home to the Defense Waste Processing Facility, the largest high-level radioactive-liquid stabilization plant in the world, as well as the Savannah River National Laboratory and the Tritium Extraction Facility. SRS employees work on environmental remediation and maintenance of the nation''s nuclear stockpile.

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