Volume 39, Issue 1, January 2004

ContractGlazing

Who’s on Top? ENR Ranked 
Top Twenty-Five General Building Contractors

As listed in the September 2003 Engineering News Record (ENR) the following is a list of the top 25 general building contractors, ranked according to sales in millions of dollars.

Company & $ Mill.

1. Centex 6,991.1
2. The Turner Corp. 5,148.9
3. Skanska (USA) Inc. 2,723.9
4. Bovis Lend Lease 2,723.9
5. Clark Construction Group Inc. 2,202.4
6. Gilbane Building Co. 2,015.2
7. J.E. Dunn Group 1,583.3
8. Structure Tone Inc. 1,569.0
9. Hunt Construction Group 1,554.0
10. Hensel Phelps Construction Co. 1,542.4
11. The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. 1,480.0
12. Webcor Builders 1,339.5
13. J.A. Jones Inc. 1,322.1
14. Swinerton Inc. 1,304.2
15. PCL Construction Enterprises Inc. 1,008.0
16. McCarthy Building Cos. Inc. 915.0
17. Brasfield & Gorrie LLC 831.0
18. AMEC 815.0
19. The Walsh Group 798.8
20. Manhattan Construction Co. 769.2
21. Barton Malow Co. 760.0
22. The Weitz Group LLC 745.1
23. Suffolk Construction Co. 738.3
24. Pepper Construction Group 734.0
25. DPR Construction Group 714.0

Two Groups Recognize Juba
Concord, N.C.-based Juba Aluminum Products has been ranked a Fast 50 company for 2003. The award, which is designed to recognize fast-growing, private companies in the Charlotte, N.C., area, is co-sponsored by the Charlotte Business Journal and PricewaterhouseCoopers. 

“We have restructured in many ways as a result of the economy,” said Joni D. Juba, chief executive officer. “Together, with our quality people and lasting commitment to our customers, Juba Aluminum Products will move forward and continue to lead in the glass and glazing industry.”

Juba was also presented the Excellence in Construction Award of Merit by the Associated Builders and Contractors of the Carolinas (ABCC) in recognition of its work on the CISCO project in Research Triangle Park, N.C. The award was presented by ABCC board vice chair Gloria Shaw Bruce and president and chief executive officer Doug Carlson.

Briefly …
USGlass magazine has learned that Illinois Huber Glass Co. of Waukegan, Ill., has shut its doors after close to 40 years in business. … 


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