69 : CH2M Hill Companies Ltd.
Top 100 Revenue: $317,146,896
Defense revenue: $188,894,408
Civilian revenue: $128,252,488
2009 revenue: $6.3 billion
2009 earnings :
2008 revenue: $6.4 billion
2008 earnings:
Number of employees: 23,500
Headquarters: Englewood, Colo.
Web address: http://www.ch2m.com
President/CEO: Lee A. McIntire, chairman and CEO
Head of gov't business: Mike McKelvey, president, government, environmental and nuclear division
Lines of business: Applied sciences lab, architecture and planning, lean enterprise solutions, decontamination and decommissioing, O&M and facilities management, energy management and planning, program and construction management, environmental management and planning, security and emergency management, site/infrastructure planning, engineer-procure-construct and design-build, sustainable solutions and procurement
Major customers: Defense Department, Environmental Protection Agency, Energy Department, Homeland Security Department, National Science Foundation and Federal Transit Administration
Major contracts/projects: CH2M HILL is providing transit program management oversight to Federal Transit Administration projects in metropolitan areas throughout the United States under a five-year IDIQ contract. Its task orders have included supporting FTA’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., reviewing various transit project planning and study activities, supporting FTA Region 3 in Philadelphia, providing program management services for the Hampton Roads transit light rail project in Norfolk, Va., and supporting FTA Region 8 and providing project management oversight services for the Utah Transit Authority’s Mid-Jordan and Draper light rail transit projects.
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers, Houlihan Lokey

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