20 : Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.
Latest news on Jacobs Engineering
Top 100 Revenue: $1,634,268,549
Defense revenue: $1,004,600,232
Civilian revenue: $629,668,317
2009 revenue: $11.5 billion
2009 earnings : $399.9 million
2008 revenue: $11.3 billion
2008 earnings: $420.7 million
Number of employees: 50,000
Headquarters: Pasadena, Calif.
Web address: http://www.jacobs.com
President/CEO: Noel Watson, chairman
Head of gov't business: Craig L. Martin, CEO and President
Ticker: JEC
Lines of business: Aerospace and defense, automotive and industrial, buildings, consumer and forest products, energy, environmental programs, infrastructure, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and biotechnology, refining, technology and Comprimo Sulfur Solutions
Major customers: General Services Administration, U.S. Special Operations Command, NASA, Air Force, Marine Corps, Federal Aviation Administration, Homeland Security Department, U.S. Corps of Engineers, Energy Department and Federal Bureau of Prisons
Major contracts/projects: Jacobs Engineering Group has a $38.7 million contract from the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command under the Naval Sea System's Command Seaport-e contract vehicle. Jacobs will provide technical and logistics support services to cover the Navy Marine Corps Intranet life cycle, including customer relations, end user requirements, implementation support of NMCI solutions and life cycle planning requirements for transition of NMCI to Next Generation Enterprise Network for its Program Managers.
Previous Profile: 2009
Sources: Washington Technology, Eagle Eye Publishers, Houlihan Lokey

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