8 : Fluor Corp.
Expanded Profile
Top 100 Revenue: $2,840,000,000
Defense revenue: $1,510,000,000
Civilian revenue: $1,330,000,000
2006 revenue: $14.1 billion
2006 earnings : $263.5 million
2005 revenue: $13.2 billion
2005 earnings: $227.5 million
Number of employees: 40,000
Headquarters: Irving, Texas
Web address: www.fluor.com
President/CEO: Alan L. Boeckmann, chairman and CEO
Head of gov't business: John L. Hopkins, president government group
Ticker: NYSE: FLR
Lines of business: Chemicals and petrochemicals; commercial and institutional; government projects; healthcare; life sciences; manufacturing; microelectronics; mining; oil and gas; power; telecommunications; and transportation infrastructure
Major customers: FEMA, Defense Department, Army, Homeland Security Department, Navy, Energy Department
Major contracts/projects: In August 2006, Fluor won two contingency contracts for disaster recovery work: the $1 billion Global Contingency Construction - Multiple Award Contract from the Navy, and the $250 million Individual Assistance-Technical Assistance Contract from FEMA Another subsidiary, Fluor Hanford, in October 2006 won a contract extension from the Energy Department for its nuclear cleanup work at the Hanford Site in Washington state. Fluor in 2006 finished a similar cleanup project in Ohio for $4 billion over 13 years; the original estimate was $12.2 billion over 27 years.

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