Top 25 Energy Department Contractors

Total Purchases: $22,961,613,198

Fiscal 2005 Contract Awards
Rank Parent Company Amount $ Market Share
1 University of California System $4,108,217,017 17.89%
2 Bechtel Group Inc. 3,033,284,502 13.21
3 Lockheed Martin Corp. 2,721,933,335 11.85
4 Battelle Memorial Institute 1,400,971,807 6.10
5 BNFL Inc. 1,337,707,923 5.83
6 McDermott Inc. 1,291,420,993 5.62
7 Fluor Corp. 1,172,599,714 5.11
8 CH2M Hill Companies Ltd. 823,731,705 3.59
9 Honeywell Inc. 503,845,026 2.19
10 University of Chicago 492,963,926 2.15
11 University of Tennessee System 472,160,230 2.06
12 Brookhaven Science Associates LLC 464,237,653 2.02
13 Washington Group International 340,589,832 1.48
14 Kaiser Group Holdings Inc. 323,933,466 1.41
15 Universities Research Association Inc. 323,153,282 1.41
16 BWX Technologies Inc. 306,136,329 1.33
17 Stanford University 301,233,634 1.31
18 Group 4 Securicor PLC 282,883,495 1.23
19 Oak Ridge Associated Universities 223,812,731 0.97
20 SAIC 215,879,235 0.94
21 Kaiser-Hill Company LLC 173,445,607 0.76
22 Shaw Group Inc. 155,871,802 0.68
23 Duke Energy Corp. 155,824,302 0.68
24 RS Information Systems Inc. 100,965,621 0.44
25 Southeastern Universities Research Association 99,105,720 0.43

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