Giants 2004 Listings

September 28, 2010

Rank Company Equipment Replacement Value ($ in millions) Comments
*Equipment replacement values have been compiled by Construction Equipment magazine through information provided by the individual companies. When figures were not provided (values identified with an asterisk), Construction Equipment estimated fleet value based on past information, public sources or other data. The Construction Equipment Giants list (a portion of which is published here) represents as closely as possible all firms that own fleets with replacement values of $25 million or more.

If you feel your firm qualifies as a Giant, please write to Larry Stewart, Construction Equipment, at or phone 314/962-0639.

*Construction Equipment estimate
1 United Rentals, Greenwich, CT $3,700 First-half revenues of $1.42 billion were up 7.6% over the first half of 2003
2 U.S. Army Engineers, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO $3,267 Value is for worldwide fleet of construction and support equipment
3 Martin Marietta Aggregates, Raleigh, NC $2,500 Nation's second largest producer of construction aggregates
4 Lafarge North America, Reston, VA $2,267* The largest producer of cement and concrete in North America
5 Hanson Building Materials America, Neptune, NJ $2,200 Operations in 27 states make HBMA the third largest aggregate producer in the U.S.
6 Inco Ltd., Toronto, ON $2,093* Three-fold increase in second-quarter results (compared to 2003) reflect strong nickel market
7 Rental Service Corp (RSC), Houston, TX $1,948 Atlas Copco said RSC operating profit improved 70% in the second quarter to $48 million
8 Peter Kiewit Sons, Omaha, NE $1,900 Fleet includes more than 13,000 units
9 Vulcan Materials, Birmingham, AL $1,892* In first half, cash from operating activities was $207 million, up 23% from first half of 2003
10 Phelps Dodge Mining, Phoenix, AZ $1,430 Refitting 60,000-hour Cat 793 trucks with 3516B High-Displacement engines
11 Hertz Equipment Rental (HERC), Park Ridge, NJ $1,428* Ford Motor Co. subsidiary now marketing jointly with GE Energy
12 Cemex North America, Monterrey, NL $1,308* Second-quarter sales were $1.9 billion—5% higher than the same period of 2003
13 Arch Coal, St. Louis, MO $1,300 Acquiring the remainder of Canyon Fuel, and its two longwall mines in Utah
14 Kennecott Services, Salt Lake City, UT $1,151* Subsidiary of British conglomerate, Rio Tinto, includes value for U.S. Borax
15 APAC, Russell, KY $1,100 Paving subsidiary of Ashland is centralizing equipment management and raising utilization
16 Marathon Oil, Houston, TX $1,100* Acquiring Ashland's share of downstream activities company, Marathon Ashland Petroleum
17 Sunbelt Rentals, Charlotte, NC $1,100 New president, Cliff Miller, is a 22-year veteran of McLean Rentals
18 BHP Billiton, San Francisco, CA $1,085* Panda Underground Project at the EKATI diamond mine expected to produce ore in early 2005
19 Great Lakes Dredge & Dock, Oak Brook, IL $1,000 Completes about 60% of the Corps of Engineers' new work
20 Horizon Natural Resources, Ashland, KY $1,000 Fourth largest steam coal producer in the United States, as measured by revenues
21 MDU Resources Group, Bismarck, ND $1,000 Parent to Knife River, Montana-Dakota Utilities, Morse Brothers
22 NationsRent, Fort Lauderdale, FL $960 260 locations (including over 90 at Lowe's stores) in 26 states
23 Oldcastle Materials, Washington, D.C. $925 North America is biggest operating region for Irish owners, CRH plc
24 Drummond, Jasper, AL $920 Ranks in the top 25 percent of U.S.-owned coal companies
25 North Carolina DOT, Greenville, NC $875 State road maintenance
26 CONSOL Energy, Pittsburgh, PA $782* Mines more high-btu bituminous coal than any other U.S. producer
27 Maxim Crane Works, Pittsburgh, PA $770 Under Chapter 11, trading $450 million in debt to lenders in exchange for most company equity
28 Granite Construction, Watsonville, CA $760 Second-quarter revenue up 19 percent, compared to 2003, to $558.8 million. Backlog: $2.04 billion
29 Peabody Energy, St. Louis, MO $737* World's largest coal company
30 Newmont Mining, Denver, CO $690* Nevada operations sold 2.5 million ounces of gold in 2003 (Value for worldwide equipment fleet)
31 BNSF Railway, Fort Worth, TX $653 Railway maintenance operation
32 Waste Management, Houston, TX $650 Operates 284 landfills, 293 transfer stations, and 16 waste-to-energy facilities
33 Texas DOT, Austin, TX $613 State road maintenance
34 Modern Continental, Cambridge, MA $600 Heavy construction and tunneling
35 H & E Equipment, Baton Rouge, LA $550 Fleet value is for merged ICM and Head & Engquist operations
36 Virginia DOT, Suffolk, VA $534 Highway department maintains 10,000 pieces of rolling stock
37 North American Coal, Dallas, TX $504* Mining fleet's value includes Coteau and Falkirk, and NACCO Materials Handling
38 FirstEnergy, Akron, OH $500 Merged with GPU, collecting seven electric operating companies
39 Florida Rock Industries, Jacksonville, FL $500 Makes block, ready-mixed concrete, cement, crushed stone, gravel and sand
40 International Mill Service, Horsham, PA $500 Slag processing subsidiary of Envirosource; 51 sites
41 Pennsylvania DOT, Harrisburg, PA $500 State highway maintenance
42 Qwest, Englewood, CO $500 Macro Capacity fiber optic network spans more than 190,000 miles globally
43 Weyerhaeuser, Federal Way, WA $500* Forest products producer purchased Willamette
44 Syncrude Canada, Ft. McMurray, AB $489 Joint venture of nine energy firms produces crude by mining and processing oil sands
45 All Erection & Crane, Cleveland, OH $480 Largest privately owned crane sales and rental firm in North America, 25 locations
46 Cleveland-Cliffs, Ishpeming, MI $475* Subsidiaries manage six iron-ore mines in Michigan, Minnesota and Canada
47 Southern Company, Atlanta, GA $466* Operates Alabama, Georgia, Gulf, and Mississippi Power; Savannah Electric
48 Elmo Greer & Sons, London, KY $465* Operates 10 asphalt plants in Kentucky and one in Virginia
49 Pittsburgh & Midway Coal, Englewood, CO $455 Subsidiary of Chevron, operating five mines
50 Verizon Communications, New York, NY $450* One of the 10 largest commercial fleets in the U.S., but Giants value excludes autos
51 Teck Cominco, Vancouver, BC $445* Reported third consecutive quarter of record earnings in July
52 Georgia Pacific, Atlanta, GA $431* Will sell its building products distribution business
53 Neff, Miami, FL $425 Recovering after return to private ownership. Mas family owns 40% and GE Capital owns 20%
54 NES (National Equipment Services), Evanston, IL $407 Emerged from bankruptcy, and 2003 revenues were $567 million, down less than 9%
55 AMECO (American Equipment Co.), Greenvillle, SC $375 Another Fluor subsidiary, Industria del Hierro, to build four Pemex oil platforms in Gulf of Mexico
56 Exelon, Chicago, IL $360* Integrated utility operates ComEd, PECO Utility, InfraSource, others
57 Bechtel, Louisville, KY $350 One of the world's largest engineering-construction firms, founded in 1898
58 Essex Crane Rental, Buffalo Grove, IL $350* Nation's largest fleet of Manitowoc crawler, lift, tower, and ringer cranes
59 GE Capital, Stamford, CT $350* Provides leases for commercial equipment; includes GE Energy Rentals
60 Public Service Electric & Gas, Newark, NJ $350 Utility with aggressive global growth
61 The Vecellio Group, West Palm Beach, FL $350 Owns Ranger Construction, PAVEX, White Rock Quarries
62 United Contractors Midwest, Springfield, IL $349 Merged operations of Freesen, Illinois Valley Paving, Cullinan and Rowe
63 North American Construction, Spruce Grove, AB $343 Heavy constructor with extensive mining and industrial construction experience
64 Aggregate Industries, Bethesda, MD $340* British-owned Aggregate U.S. purchased Frehner Construction and Southern Nevada Paving
65 Allied Waste Industries, Scottsdale, AZ $340* No. 2 solid-waste handler; operates 164 landfills, 151 transfer stations
66 Safety-Kleen, Columbia, SC $340 Largest industrial-waste hauler in the U.S. Formerly Laidlaw Environmental
67 Tutor-Saliba, Sylmar, CA $333* Awarded the Van Nuys FlyAway Improvement Project by Los Angeles World Airports
68 Consolidated Edison, New York, NY $330* One of the nation's largest investor-owned energy companies
69 RJM Construction, Las Vegas, NV $315 Mining contractor
70 Balfour Beatty, Novi, MI $306* New road-construction contracts in Ohio and Pennsylvania total value in excess of $200 million
71 Los Angeles Dept. of Water & Power, Los Angeles $305 Municipal utility provider
72 Noranda, Toronto, ON $304* Bought Gramercy alumina refinery and interest in Jamaica's St. Ann bauxite mine from Kaiser
73 A&A Ready Mixed Concrete, Newport Beach, CA $300 Materials producer
74 Angelo Iafrate Construction, Rochester Hills, MI $300 Total of 4,500 units—1,000 licensed—value includes James Industrial Constructors
75 Consumers Energy, Jackson, MI $300 Utility subsidiary of CMS Energy
76 Pike Electric, Mt Airy, NC $300* Purchase of Red Simpson (RSI) creates the largest powerline contractor in the U.S.
77 Skanska USA, Greenwich, CT $300* Growth plan for building unit includes centralization of all support services
78 The Lane Construction Corp., Meriden, CT $300* Highway-and-heavy constructor purchased Rea from J.A. Jones
79 Ahern Rentals, Las Vegas, NV $295 Fleet value increased 25% in 2003
80 Suncor Energy, Calgary, AB $286* Oil-sands producer of raw material for light crude, diesel fuel, custom blends
81 Dominion Resources, Richmond, VA $270 Power and gas utility
82 T.J. Lambrecht Construction, Joliet, IL $266 Highway-and-heavy firm operates more than 800 pieces of heavy equipment
83 Barrick Gold, Toronto, ON $260 Took 392,649 ounces of gold from Round Mountain in 2003. Average cost: $173 per ounce
84 Sunstate Equipment, Phoenix, AZ $260 President Mike Watts and investment group bought out Deere minority share
85 Carmeuse North America, Pittsburgh, PA $250 Largest limestone producer in North America—14 facilities serve 27 eastern states/provinces
86 Florida Power & Light, Miami, FL $250 Utility owned by FPL Group
87 Manson Construction, Seattle, WA $250 Dredging and marine construction
88 New York DOT, Albany, NY $250 State highway department
89 Weeks Marine, Cranford, NJ $250 Dredging, marine construction, stevedoring specialist
90 Willbros Group, Houston, TX $250 Awarded contract for 22.8 miles of new 30-inch pipeline to the Trunkline LNG regasification facility
91 Williams Brothers Construction, Houston, TX $250 Highway-and-heavy construction contractor
92 Zachry Construction, San Antonio, TX $250 Heavy construction, power, and process work
93 Canada Building Materials, Toronto, ON $249 Materials producer split from Blue Circle North America
94 Las Vegas Paving, Las Vegas, NV $245 Ninth largest private company in Las Vegas
95 Prairie Group, Bridgeview, IL $240 Materials producer to Chicagoland
96 Jones Brothers Construction, Mt. Juliet, TN $232* Largest heavy-highway construction company in Tennessee
97 Kokosing Construction, Fredericktown, OH $225 Public buildings, process and power plants, water treatment, roads and bridges
98 Tennessee DOT, Nashville, TN $225 State road maintenance
99 Ameren, St. Louis, MO $220 Distributes power to 1.4 million and natural gas to 300,000 in Missouri and Illinois
100 Minnesota DOT, Duluth, MN $220 State highway maintenance
101 South Carolina DOT, Columbia, SC $220 State road maintenance
102 The Walsh Group, Chicago, IL $220 Highway-and-heavy and building construction
103 Flatiron Construction, Longmont, CO $217* Dutch-owned holding company includes Flatiron Constructors and FCI Constructors
104 Dycom Industries, Palm Beach Gardens, FL $210 Telecom contractor bought First South Utility in December 2003
105 New Enterprise Stone & Lime, New Enterprise, PA $210 Materials producer draws 80 percent of revenues from transportation business
106 Morrow Equipment, Salem, OR $207 Opened a sales, service and parts facility in Mexico City
107 Hubbard Group, Orlando, FL $205 Florida's largest, now working in the Carolinas courtesy of Blythe
108 Quanta Services, Houston, TX $205* Designs, installs and maintains power, telecom, cable and gas networks
109 F & M Mafco, Cincinnati, OH $200 Rental and sales organization targets rigging and fabrication contractors
110 Freeport Indonesia, New Orleans, LA $200 Precious-metals miner (mostly copper) operates mine in Irian Jaya, Indonesia
111 Illinois DOT, Springfield, IL $200 Highway maintenance
112 New Mexico DOT, Santa Fe, NM $200 State highway maintenance
113 RMC Industries, Decatur, GA $200 Concrete producer; subsidiary of RMC Group, of the UK
114 Rogers Group, Nashville, TN $200* Purchased five quarries in Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana in spring of 2004
115 Titan America, Norfolk, VA $200 Includes Tarmac, Roanoke Cement and Essex Cement
116 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, D.C. $200* Maj. Gen. Carl A. Strock took command at the retirement of Lt. Gen. Robert B. Flowers
117 Wacker Silicones, Adrian, MI $200 Building constructor
118 McDermott International, New Orleans, LA $198* Specializes in power plants, off-shore oil and gas facilities
119 The Shaw Group, Baton Rouge, LA $195* Power-plant constructor; includes Stone & Webster and The IT Group
120 City of Los Angeles Public Works, Los Angeles $190 City government
121 SBC/Ameritech, San Antonio, TX $190 Owns Ameritech, Southwestern Bell, Pacific Bell, Cingular, others
122 Alaska DOT, Anchorage, AK $181 State highway maintenance
123 Herzog Contracting, St. Joseph, MO $177* Heavy constructor specializes in building railroads
124 Holnam, Dundee, MI $177* Plans to build a new cement plant on the Mississippi River in St. Genevieve County, Missouri
125 Arizona DOT, Phoenix, AZ $176 State highway maintenance
126 City of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK $175 Municipal services provider
127 James River Coal, Richmond, VA $175* Consolidator operates five mining companies with six mines in Kentucky
128 U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, D.C. $175 Savannah River Site
129 Niagra Mohawk Power, Syracuse, NY $168 Electric service to 1.5 million and natural gas to 540,000 customers in upstate New York
130 Rinker Group, West Palm Beach, FL $167 CSR demerged this materials Giant, which generates 85% of its earnings in the U.S.
131 Haines & Kibblehouse, Skippack, PA $166 Highway-and-heavy firm focuses on quarrying operations
132 Buzzi Unicem, Indianapolis, IN $165* Lone Star Industries' operations purchased by Italian cement producer
133 Salt River Project, Phoenix, AZ $165 Arizona electric utility and water provider
134 Traylor Brothers, Evansville, IN $165 Massman/Traylor JV took $111 million contract for cable-stayed Mississippi River bridge
135 City of Dallas, Dallas, TX $162 City government, operates more than 4,700 units
136 O&G Industries, Torrington, CT $155 Landed $37-million contract to rebuild 5.5 miles of I-95 from Darien to Norwalk
137 Chicago Bridge & Iron (CB&I), Plainfield, IL $155* Providing technology, engineering, fabrication for four ConocoPhillips hydrogen plants
138 PCL Construction Resources, Edmonton, AB $150 Bought Fisher-Klosterman to enter oil-field service in Bakersfield, Calif.
139 ASARCO, New York, NY $150 Subsidiary of world's third largest copper producer, Grupo Mexico
140 Basin Electric Power Coop, Bismarck, ND $150 Utility added a truck-and-shovel system at Freedom Mine
141 City of Toledo, Toledo, OH $150 New equipment has reduced fleet operating costs
142 Francis O. Day Co., Rockville, MD $150 Highway-and-heavy constructor; materials producer
143 Indiana DOT, Indianapolis, IN $150 State road maintenance
144 Kansas DOT, Topeka, KS $150 State highway maintenance
145 Northeast Utilities, Hartford, CT $150 Furnishes electrical service in Connecticut, New Hampshire and Massachusetts
146 PPL, Allentown, PA $150 Controls or owns more than 10,000 megawatts of generating capacity in the U.S.
147 Rockford Blacktop, Loves Park, IL $150 Highway contractor's fleet value has grown 53 percent since 2001
148 TXU Inc., Dallas, TX $150 Ninth largest energy services company in the world, can generate 30,000 megawatts
149 Barnhill Contracting, Tarboro, NC $145 Highway-and-heavy construction, materials producer
150 S.T. Wooten, Wilson, NC $145 Builds roads and bridges, buildings, makes asphalt and ready mix
151 McAninch, Des Moines, IA $144 Fifty-six scrapers pulled by 400-hp crawlers move dirt on hauls 1,000 feet or less
152 Kenny Construction, Wheeling, IL $141 The first contractor ever to receive The National Safety Council's Green Cross Safety Medal
153 Laramie Crane & Equipment, Detroit, MI $141 Rental; heavy hauling. Subsidiary of Laramie Enterprises
154 DuPont, Wilmington, DE $140 Industrial firm
155 Los Angeles County Sanitation District, Whittier, CA $140 Landfill operation
156 Mann Brothers, Elkhorn, WI $140 Highway-and-heavy construction
157 Westchester County DOT, White Plains, NY $140 County roads and transit-system maintainer doing a lot of contract construction
158 Westinghouse Savannah River, Aiken, SC $140 Industrial contractor
159 Clarkson Construction, Kansas City, MO $135 Bridge builder, concrete paver, grading contractor, owns Superior Asphalt
160 Entergy, New Orleans, LA $135* Distributes power to 2.5 million in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas
161 Hydro One, Pickering, ON $132 Wires company (electrical distribution and telecom) succeeded Ontario Hydro
162 Clark Construction, Bethesda, MD $132* Earned three AGC Build America awards in 2004
163 International Paper, Stamford, CT $131* World's largest producer of forest products
164 American Infrastructure, Worcester, PA $125 Subsidiary Allan A. Myers is 10th largest federal highway contractor
165 C.W. Matthews Contracting, Marrietta, GA $125 Builds roads, highways, bridges with support from 12 Georgia asphalt plants
166 Michels, Brownsville, WI $125 Utility construction specialists
167 West Virginia DOT, Charleston, WV $125 Highway maintenance
168 New Jersey DOT, Trenton, NJ $124 State highway maintenance
169 Tarco Inc., Arvada, CO $121 Fields 34 crews doing earthmoving, utility and concrete work
170 Barnhart Crane & Rigging, Memphis, TN $120 Crane and rigging services
171 Briggs Equipment, Dallas, TX $120 Case distributor with 18 locations in the Carolinas, Georgia and Florida
172 Clyde Co., Brem, UT $120 Highway-and-heavy construction
173 Kinross Gold, Toronto, ON $120 Merged Echo Bay Mines and TVX Gold in 2002, now considering Crown Resources
174 Matrix Service, Tulsa, OK $120 Industrial contractor specializes in storage-tank construction
175 Republic Services, Fort Lauderdale, FL $120 No. 3 solid-waste handler operates 53 landfills and 80 transfer stations
176 U.S. Concrete, Houston, TX $120* Consolidator formed in 1999 has rolled up 29 materials companies
177 URS, San Francisco, CA $120* Includes Aman, Banchee, Cleveland Wrecking, EC Driver & Assoc., Thorburn Colquhoun
178 Centex, Dallas, TX $119* Quarterly revenues from Centex Homes on June 30 were $1.9 billion, 26% higher than last year
179 City of Houston, Houston, TX $119 Public works and engineering
180 Patten Rental Service, Elmhurst, IL $118 Caterpillar dealer's rental fleet
181 Ames Construction, Riverton, UT $118* Highway-and-heavy firm earns 20% of its revenues on industrial projects
182 California DOT, Sacramento, CA $116 State road maintenance
183 Boh Brothers Construction, New Orleans, LA $115 Maintains 2,000 machines ranging from welders to crawler cranes
184 PacifiCorp., Portland, OR $115* Owned by Scottish Power, operates Pacific Power and Utah Power
185 AECON Construction, Brampton, ON $115 Owns Armbro Enterprises and BFC Construction
186 Irving Materials (IMI), Louisville, KY $112 Ready-mix firm fields 850 trucks and 130 plants in Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee
187 Mashuda, Cranberry Township, PA $112 Highway-and-heavy contractor
188 Brundage-Bone Concrete Pumping, Denver, CO $110 Pumping contractor, pump dealer
189 Centerpoint Energy, Houston, TX $110* Preparing to sell Texas Genco (Mining-fleet value only)
190 Fred Weber, Maryland Heights, MO $110 Highway-and-heavy construction
191 Xcel Energy, Denver, CO $110* Operating unit of New Century Energies. Merging with Northern States Power Co.
192 City of Calgary, Calgary, AB $107 Municipal fleet
193 De Silva Gates Construction, Dublin, CA $105 Contractor's fleet value has grown $25 million since 2000
194 R.E. Monks Construction, Fountain Hills, AZ $105 Highway-and-heavy contractor's fleet value has grown $37 million in four years
195 Ryan Inc. Central, Janesville, WI $105 Heavy construction, site work specialists
196 Southeastern Penn. Trans. Authority, Philadelphia $105 Public transportation authority
197 W.O. Grubb Steel Erection, Richmond, VA $105 Crane rental, steel erection, and industrial maintenance firm
198 American Bridge, Coraopolis, PA $105* Leading a joint venture in $186 million Woodrow-Wilson-Bridge superstructure
199 Halliburton, Houston, TX $102* Subsidiaries DII, KBR, others filed Chap. 11 to implement asbestos/silica settlement
200 Austin Industries, Dallas, TX $100 Civil, commercial, and industrial construction services
201 Bonneville Power Administration, Vancouver, WA $100 Northwestern utility
202 Milwaukee Dept. of Public Works, Milwaukee $100 Municipal fleet
203 City of San Antonio, San Antonio, TX $100 Public works department
204 Conoco-Phillips, Bartlesville, OK $100 Borger-plant equipment operations outsourced to Ameco
205 Consumers Concrete, Kalamazoo, MI $100 Ready-mix producer
206 County of San Diego, San Diego, CA $100 County fleet
207 DeKalb County, Decatur, GA $100* Paving, landfill, water and sewer service
208 Edward C. Levy Co., Detroit, MI $100 Produces construction materials from byproducts of steel manufacturing
209 EKPC, Winchester, KY $100 Eastern Kentucky Power Cooperative
210 Engelhard, Iselin, NJ $100 Mining company provides precious and base metals as raw materials
211 Engineered Products, Peachtree City, GA $100 Design/build specialist concentrating on highways and heavy structures
212 Eureka Stone, Chalfont, PA $100 Materials producer and highway contractor
213 Graniterock, Watsonville, CA $100 Pavex won NAPA quality award for San Francisco International runway overlay
214 Gray BEC Lime, Pleasant Gap, PA $100 Mining subsidiary of Graymont
215 Henkels & McCoy, Blue Bell, PA $100 Utility and industrial contractor founded in 1923
216 HRI Inc., State College, PA $100 Highway-and-heavy contractor
217 Hunter Industries, San Marcos, TX $100 Highway constructor owns Colorado Materials
218 Idaho DOT, Boise, ID $100 State road maintenance
219 Imperial Crane Services, Bridgeview, IL $100 Truck cranes to 500 tons, lattice boom and crawler cranes to 300 tons
220 Ingalls Shipbuilding, Pascagoula, MS $100 Industrial fleet, subsidiary of Northrop Grumman
221 Iowa DOT, Ames, IA $100 State road maintenance
222 Kinder Morgan Inc., Lakewood, CO $100 Integrated natural gas collection, distribution, marketing
223 Lehman-Roberts Co., Memphis, TN $100 Predominantly highway construction
224 Metropolitan Washington Airport, Washington, D.C. $100 Airport equipment fleet
225 Mid American Energy, Des Moines, IA $100 Utility
226 Montana DOT, Helena, MT $100 State road maintenance
227 Nevada DOT, Carson City, NV $100 State highway maintenance
228 NJ Transit, Newark, NJ $100 New Jersey's public transportation corporation
229 Orius, Twin Falls, ID $100 Serves telecommunications and broadband industries, government and utilities
230 Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, New York $100 Government fleet
231 Syar Industries, Napa, CA $100 Materials producer
232 Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville, TN $100 29,469 megawatts generating capacity serving 8 million users in seven states
233 The Doe Run Co., St. Louis, MO $100 Lead-mining subsidiary of the Renco Group
234 TXI Operations, Dallas, TX $100 Produces cement, concrete, aggregates and steel
235 W.A. Hazel, Chantilly, VA $100 Site development specialist