Top 100 Federal Prime Contractors: 2008
62 : Tetra Tech Inc.
Top 100 Revenue: 267631746
Defense revenue: $168,644,874
Civilian revenue: $98,986,872
2007 revenue: $1.6 billion
2007 earnings : $46.4 million
2006 revenue: $1.4 billion
2006 earnings: $36.6 million
Number of employees: 8,500
Headquarters: Pasadena, Calif.
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President/CEO: Dan L. Batrack, chairman, CEO and COO and Sam W. Box, president
Head of gov't business: Patrick D. Haun, president, systems support and security group
Lines of business: Water resources, groundwater services, watershed management, mining and geotechnical, environmental management, modeling, remedial planning, regulatory consulting, carbon management, disaster management, water and wastewater, buildings, land development services, transportation services, construction, environmental remediation, unexploded ordnance, nuclear engineering, wind energy, wetland restoration, information technology, information security, systems test and evaluation, technical augmentation and communications
Major customers: U.S. Agency for International Development, Air Force, Environmental Protection Agency, Federal Aviation Administration and Navy
Major contracts/projects: Tetra Tech is providing information technology operational support to the Federal Aviation Administration''s Office of Security and Hazardous Materials. Under the IDIQ contract, the FAA may order technical support services valued at up to $52 million over five years.
Previous Profile: 2007
Sources: Sources: Washington Technology, Federal Sources Inc., Houlihan Lokey

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