Top 25 Energy Department Contractors

Total Purchases: $31,708,688,855

Rank Parent Company Amount Market Share
1 Bechtel Group Inc. $3,794,923,010 11.97%
2 Battelle Memorial Institute 3,751,810,093 11.83
3 CH2M Hill Companies Ltd. 3,328,937,611 10.50
4 URS Corp. 2,677,438,702 8.44
5 Lockheed Martin Corp. 2,383,180,058 7.52
6 McDermott Inc. 1,844,657,013 5.82
7 Honeywell Inc. 1,333,946,008 4.21
8 Northrop Grumman Corp. 997,824,411 3.15
9 University of California System 936,151,967 2.95
10 Fluor Corp. 910,622,436 2.87
11 University of Tennessee System 836,520,497 2.64
12 Royal Dutch Petroleum Co. 498,020,034 1.57
13 University of Chicago 469,678,709 1.48
14 State University of New York 419,823,002 1.32
15 Stanford University 418,443,947 1.32
16 Washington Group International 386,209,862 1.22
17 Energy Solutions Inc. 369,617,163 1.17
18 G4S PLC 309,291,529 0.98
19 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. 286,759,907 0.90
20 Universities Research Association 277,649,137 0.88
21 BWX Technologies Inc. 254,688,407 0.80
22 ITT Corp. 247,165,502 0.78
23 Shaw Group Inc. 239,192,729 0.75
24 Duke Energy Corp. 239,128,692 0.75
25 Jefferson Science Associates LLC 225,097,209 0.71
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