Giants 2006 Listings

By Larry Stewart, Executive Editor | September 28, 2010


Rank Company Equipment Replacement Value ($ in millions) Comments
  * Equipment-replacement values are compiled by Construction Equipment magazine using information provided by the individual companies. When figures were not provided (identified with an asterisk), Construction Equipment estimated fleet value. 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. 
1 United Rentals, Greenwich, CT $4,000 Purchased Carter Rental in Valdosta, GA; annual revs $10 million
2 U.S. Army Engineers, Ft. Leonard Wood, MO $3,267 Worldwide fleet of construction and support equipment
3 Martin Marietta Aggregates, Raleigh, NC $3,024* Invested $56 million to improve plant productivity in 2006's record Q2
4 Lafarge North America, Reston, VA $2,638* Acquired Ritchie Cos. in Wichita in November 2005
5 Hanson North America, Neptune, NJ $2,420* Acquired 13th largest aggregate producer in U.S., Materials Service Corp.
6 Sunbelt/NationsRent, Charlotte, NC $2,200 Parent, Ashtead, is buying NationsRent; forming rental's new No. 3
7 Inco, Toronto, ON $2,093* Trying to merge with Phelps Dodge; become 2nd largest nickel producer
8 Hertz Equipment Rental (HERC), Park Ridge, NJ $2,075* Investors that bought Hertz are taking the company public
9 Peter Kiewit Sons, Omaha, NE $1,900 Stockton, CA, precast yard will cast 878 panels for Oakland Bay Skyway deck
10 Vulcan Materials, Birmingham, AL $1,892* Raising capacity of Sac Tun quarry on Yucatan from 9 to 12 million tons
11 GE Energy, Stamford, CT $1,736* Provides power-plant clients with construction ability
12 RSC Equipment Rental, Houston, TX $1,696* Atlas Copco expects to close sale of RSC in Q3 2006
13 Cemex North America, Monterrey, NL $1,508* Adding a second kiln at Balcones Cement Plant in New Braunfels, TX
14 Phelps Dodge Mining, Phoenix, AZ $1,430 Plans to best Teck Cominco's offer to buy Inco
15 APAC, Russell, KY $1,400 Parent, Ashland, is negotiating sale of paving subsidiary to OldCastle
16 Arch Coal, St. Louis, MO $1,300 Income from Q1 2006 operations ($94.1 million) tripled previous year's
17 BNSF Railway, Fort Worth, TX $1,250 Q2 2006 freight revs up 18 percent, or $549 million, over 2005
18 MDU Resources, Bismarck, ND $1,200 Acquired Cascade Natural Gas in WA and OR
19 Kennecott Services, Salt Lake City, UT $1,151* Investing $170 million to stretch Bingham Canyon Mine's life to 2017
20 Marathon Oil, Houston, TX $1,100* Acquired leases in Colorado Piceance Basin, adding 900 bcf of natural gas
21 BHP Billiton, San Francisco, CA $1,085* Developing Shenzi field in Gulf of Mexico and Canada's EKATI diamond
22 Great Lakes Dredge & Dock, Oak Brook, IL $1,000 Rock dredging is a specialty of this dredging contractor
23 Drummond Co., Jasper, AL $980 Ranks in the top 25 percent of U.S.-owned coal companies
24 Oldcastle Materials, Washington, D.C. $925 Largest U.S. asphalt producer; attempting to buy APAC
25 Newmont Mining, Denver, CO $900* About 38% of sales and gold reserves are in North America
26 North Carolina DOT, Raleigh, NC $900 State road maintenance
27 Granite Construction, Watsonville, CA $800 Will take $87 million of a $347.9 million bridge JV near Baton Rouge
28 NES Rentals, Chicago, IL $800 Sold for $850 million to private equity firm Diamond Castle Holdings
29 Maxim Crane Works, Pittsburgh, PA $744* Hired Goldman Sachs to "explore strategic alternatives" including sale
30 Peabody Energy, St. Louis, MO $737* World's largest coal company
31 Aggregate Industries, Bethesda, MD $697* Acquired Meyer Material near Chicago for $231 million in June
32 Texas DOT, Austin, TX $650 State road maintenance
33 Waste Management, Houston, TX $650 Enviro-services giant converted 495 vehicles from diesel to natural gas
34 H & E Equipment Services, Baton Rouge, LA $600* Bought Southern California's Eagle High Reach for $59.9 million
35 Cleveland-Cliffs, Cleveland, MI $561* Largest producer of iron ore pellets in North America
36 Virginia DOT, Suffolk, VA $534 Highway department maintains 10,000 pieces of rolling stock
37 Syar Industries, Napa, CA $520 Materials producer operates seven quarries in California
38 Florida Rock Industries, Jacksonville, FL $505 Record net income of $58.3 million in Q3 2006 is 27% better than 2005
39 North American Coal, Dallas, TX $504* Top 10 U.S. coal producer mines about 35 million tons per year
40 FirstEnergy, Akron, OH $500 Diversified energy firm owns 7 electric utilities serving OH, PA and NJ
41 Grupo Mexico, Colonia Roma Sur, DF $500* World's third largest copper producer, owns ASARCO
42 International Mill Service, Horsham, PA $500 Slag processing subsidiary of Envirosource Inc; 51 sites
43 Modern Continental Construction, Cambridge, MA $500 Working five contracts in Cambridge worth total of $34.1 million
44 Pennsylvania DOT, Harrisburg, PA $500 State highway maintenance
45 Qwest, Englewood, CO $500 Macro Capacity fiber optic network spans 190,000 miles globally
46 Weyerhaeuser, Federal Way, WA $500* Reported 2005 earnings of $733 million, down from $1.3 billion in 2004
47 Syncrude Canada Ltd., Ft. McMurray, AB $489 Canadian Oil Sands acquired Canada Southern Petroleum in June 2006
48 Southern Company, Atlanta, GA $466* Operates Alabama, Georgia, Gulf, and Mississippi Power; Savannah Electric
49 Elmo Greer & Sons, London, KY $465* Uses DTSystems dispatching system
50 Exelon, Chicago, IL $462* Merger with PSEG expected to close in third quarter
51 Pittsburg & Midway Coal, Englewood, CO $460 Subsidiary of Chevron operating five mines
52 All Erection & Crane Rental, Cleveland, OH $457* Largest privately owned crane firm in North America; 25 locations
53 Verizon Communications, New York, NY $450* One of the 10 largest U.S. commercial fleets; Giants value excludes autos
54 Georgia Pacific, Atlanta, GA $431* Bought Insulair, maker of paper cups and lids, for $170 million
55 Aggreko North America, New Iberia, LA $428* Focused on renting power, temperature control and oil-free compressed air
56 Neff Rental, Miami, FL $420 In 2005 Odyssey Investment acquired for about $510 million
57 Clark Construction, Bethesda, MD $400 Started Phase 1 of Houston's Hobby Airport expansion in June 2006
58 Freeport Indonesia, New Orleans, LA $400 Precious-metals miner (mostly copper) operates mine in Irian Jaya, Indonesia
59 Teck Cominco, Vancouver, BC $376* Trying to get in front of Phelps Dodge with a hostile takeover of Inco
60 AMECO (American Equipment Co.), Greenvillle, SC $375 Supplying most equipment to build Mexico's El Cajon hydroelectric dam
61 United Contractors Midwest, Springfield, IL $365 Two years into $172-million reconstruction of I-74 thru Peoria
62 Las Vegas Paving, Las Vegas, NV $356 Produced and laid 1 million tons of asphalt each year since 1992
63 Barrick Gold, Toronto, ON $355* Acquired Placer Dome; became world's leading gold company with 27 mines
64 Bechtel, Louisville, KY $350 Motiva hired Bechtel/Jacobs JV to expand refinery at Port Arthur, TX
65 Essex Crane Rental, Buffalo Grove, IL $350* Operates rental fleet of over 420 lattice-boom crawler cranes, up to 300 tons
66 The Vecellio Group, West Palm Beach, FL $350 Bought Sharpe Bros. and organized all NC asphalt work under Sharpe name
67 North American Energy Partners, Spruce Grove, AB $343 Started up Hitachi EX8000 shovel/maintenance facility at CNRL's Horizon Mine
68 Allied Waste Industries, Scottsdale, AZ $340 Operates 163 transfer stations, 169 landfills, 57 recycling facilities in 37 states
69 Safety-Kleen, Columbia, SC $340 Operates more than 200 collection and processing facilities in North America
70 Consolidated Edison, New York, NY $330* Energy company will invest $5.3 billion in infrastructure over three years
71 T.J. Lambrecht Construction, Joliet, IL $328 Highway-and-heavy firm operates over 800 pieces of heavy equipment
72 International Coal Group, Ashland, KY $325* Organized by W.L. Ross & Co. to acquire bankrupt Horizon Natural Resources
73 Weeks Marine, Cranford, NJ $325 Value includes Healy Tibbitts Builders, of Hawaii
74 Ahern Rentals, Las Vegas, NV $325* U.S.' largest privately owned rental business operates 3,100 units
75 Clyde Companies, Orem, UT $324 $90 million contract to rebuild 12300 South interchange on I-15 in Utah
76 RJM Construction, Las Vegas, NV $315 Mining contractor
77 Los Angeles Dept. of Water & Power, Los Angeles $305 Nation's largest municipal utility
78 Falconbridge, Toronto, ON $304* Xstrata working to buy Falconbridge in the wake of Inco's failed attempt
79 A & A Ready Mixed Concrete, Newport Beach, CA $300 26 locations serve CA; specialize in portable batch plants
80 Pike Electric, Mt Airy, NC $300* Overhead/underground powerline work in 19 states with fleet of 2,000 units
81 Skanska USA, Greenwich, CT $300* Awarded $199 million contract to rebuild section of I-95 in south Georgia
82 Teichert, Sacramento, CA $300 250 Class 8 trucks, in addition to a highway-and-heavy-construction fleet
83 Willbros Group, Houston, TX $300 Pipeline contracts include 750 miles of Overland Pass; 106 miles of Guardian
84 Suncor Energy, Calgary, AB $286* Oil-sands producer of raw material for light crude, diesel fuel, custom blends
85 The Lane Construction Corp., Meriden, CT $282 Two contracts rebuilding SR 408 Toll Road in Orlando total $186 million
86 New York DOT, Albany, NY $275 State highway department
87 Dominion Resources Services, Richmond, VA $270 Power and gas utility
88 Flatiron Construction, Longmont, CO $260* In a JV constructing $348M cable-stayed Mississippi River crossing in LA
89 Carmeuse North America, Pittsburgh, PA $250* Stopped producing lime in Hanover, PA, but lime will be processed there
90 CONSOL Energy, Pittsburgh, PA $250 Mines more high-btu bituminous coal than any other U.S. producer
91 Dycom Industries, Palm Beach Gardens, FL $250 Acquisition of Prince Telecom Holdings brings family of subsidiaries to 28
92 Florida Power & Light, Miami, FL $250 Utility plans new transmission lines for Miami-Dade/Manatee-Sarasota Cts.
93 Manson Construction, Seattle, WA $250 Wrapping up construction of $14.8 million Port of Everett Rail/Barge Facility
94 McAninch, Des Moines, IA $250 Iowa's largest earthmover/utility contractor; fleet of 400 Cats
95 South Carolina DOT, Columbia, SC $250 State road maintenance
96 Tennessee DOT, Nashville, TN $250 State road maintenance
97 Canada Building Materials, Toronto, ON $249 Over 450 ready-mix trucks operate out of 40 plants
98 Edward Kraemer & Sons, Plain, WI $249* Spun off Kraemer Materials in July; sold E80 Plus Constructors in May
99 Balfour Beatty, Novi, MI $248* New road contracts in OH and PA total more than $200 million
100 The Walsh Group, Chicago, IL $247 Hometown contractor picked to build Chicago's 2,000-foot Fordham Spire
101 Sunstate Equipment, Phoenix, AZ $243 Renting for 25 years; now has locations in 8 Southwestern states
102 Prairie Group, Bridgeview, IL $240 Materials producer to Chicagoland
103 Jones Brothers Construction, Mt. Juliet, TN $232* Largest heavy highway construction company in Tennessee
104 Morrow Equipment, Salem, OR $225 High rise boom created 6-month backlog to rent company's 500 tower cranes
105 Layne Christensen Co., Mission Woods, KS $223 Combined acquired Reynolds and CWI operations
106 Ameren, St. Louis, MO $220 AmerenUE invested $2.5 billion in infrastructure since 2002
107 Ames Construction, Burnsville, MN $220* Widening five miles of SR-189 in Utah's sensitive Provo Canyon
108 Minnesota DOT, Duluth, MN $220 State highway maintenance
109 Kinross Gold, Toronto, ON $217* North America's 4th largest gold producer
110 Mid American Energy Holding, Des Moines, IA $215* Acquired OR-based PacifiCorp for $5.1 billion in cash
111 Herzog Contracting, St. Joseph, MO $214* Heavy constructor specializes in building railroads
112 New Enterprise Stone & Lime, New Enterprise, PA $210 Subsidiaries include Martin Limestone and Buffalo Crushed Stone
113 Quanta Services, Houston, TX $205* Designs, installs and maintains power, telecom, cable and gas networks
114 The Hubbard Group, Orlando, FL $205 Atlantic Coast's Plant #2 in Jacksonville earned NAPA's Diamond Achievement
115 City of Los Angeles, Public Works, Los Angeles $200 City government
116 F & M Mafco, Harrison, OH $200 Rental and sales organization targets rigging and fabrication contractors
117 Kokosing Construction, Fredericktown, OH $200 Public buildings, process and power plants, water treatment, roads and bridges
118 New Mexico Hwy. & Trans. Dept., Santa Fe, NM $200 GRIP $1.6 billion initiative finances 40 highway projects in Rio Grande corridor
119 Tennessee Valley Authority, Knoxville, TN $200 29,469 megawatts generating capacity serving 8 million users in 7 states
120 Titan America, Norfolk, VA $200 Tarmac subsidiary acquired Metro Redi-Mix and Elbrecht Concrete in FL
121 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, D.C. $200* Fiscal 2007 construction budget of $1.6 billion funds 63 projects nationwide
122 Zachry Construction, San Antonio, TX $200 Acquired Universal Utility, adding cooling-tower/high-volt.-substation abilities
123 McDermott International, New Orleans, LA $198* Specializes in power plants, off-shore oil and gas facilities
124 AT&T, San Antonio, TX $190 Consolidated Cingular, Bell South, Ameritech, Pacific Bell, others
125 Barnhart, Memphis, TN $190 Crane company bought Scott Crane Services in Lubbock, TX
126 Lunda Construction Co., Black River Falls, WI $188* Bridge division includes pile driving, railroad bridges and concrete work
127 Washington Group International, Boise, ID $185 Subsidiary to manage construction of $1.5 billion uranium facility in NM
128 Alaska DOT, Anchorage, AK $181 New $90 million Fairbanks Int'l. Airport terminal broke ground in July
129 Rockford Blacktop, Loves Park, IL $180 Includes Rockford Sand & Gravel, Rockford Electric, Rockford Environmental
130 Rogers Group, Nashville, TN $180 Crushed stone producer in five states also has asphalt/construction operations
131 Traylor Brothers, Evansville, IN $180 In a JV awarded $9.6 million seizmic-retrofit subcontract by San Francisco BART
132 Haines & Kibblehouse, Skippack, PA $177 Highway-and-heavy firm focuses on quarrying operations
133 Holcim US, Dundee, MI $177* Swiss-owned cement producer operates 14 plants and 70 facilities here
134 Arizona DOT, Phoenix, AZ $176 Draft five-year plan allots $5.5 billion for highway projects 2007 to 2011
135 Cardi Corp., Warwick, RI $176* Highway/heavy contractor trades on concrete, asphalt, aggregate capabilities
136 James River Coal, Richmond, VA $175* Acquired 16.5 tons of reserves from Indiana Land and Mineral
137 Kentucky Dept. of Environ. Protect., Frankfort, KY $175 Mission is to protect and enhance Kentucky's environment
138 U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, D.C. $175 Federal fleet value on the Savannah River Site
139 Hunt Construction Group, Scottsdale, AZ $170* Completed major stadiums for St. Louis, Phoenix in 2006; started one in D.C.
140 Insituform Technologies, Odenton, MD $170 Fleet value includes that of tunneling subsidiary, Affholder
141 Rinker Group, West Palm Beach, FL $167 Wireless fuel management systems installed in 50 Florida operations
142 Buzzi Unicem USA, Indianapolis, IN $165* Fourth largest US cement company with 11 plants and 10% market share
143 City of Dallas, Dallas, TX $162 Operates fleet of 4,400 vehicles
144 O & G Industries, Torrington, CT $162 Preservationists' challenge forced CTDOT to shelve $98-million contract
145 Tutor-Saliba Corp., Sylmar, CA $157 JV with O & G on $242 million Southside Airfield Improvement contract at LAX
146 Barnhill Contracting, Tarboro, NC $155 Acquired grading/paving contractor, Mac Construction in Shallotte, NC
147 CB & I, Plainfield, IL $155* Golden Pass awarded CB&I $1 billion EPC contract for LNG terminal in TX
148 Basin Electric Power Coop., Bismarck, ND $150 Plans to complete a new coal-based power plant near Gillette, WY, by 2011
149 De Silva Gates Construction, Dublin, CA $150 In 10 years has placed infrastructure for 3,000 commercial acres/20,000 homes
150 Francis O. Day Co., Rockville, MD $150 Highway-and-heavy constructor; materials producer
151 Halliburton Energy Services, Houston, TX $150* Sold KBR's Production Services Group for $280 million
152 Indiana DOT, Indianapolis, IN $150 $3.6 billion lease of toll road will fund 10-year transportation investment plan
153 Kansas DOT, Topeka, KS $150 State highway maintenance
154 Northeast Utilities, Hartford, CT $150 Furnishes electrical service in NH, MA, and CT, as well as natural gas in CT
155 PPL, Allentown, PA $150 Joined FutureGen alliance to develop $1 billion, zero-emiss. coal power plant
156 Ready Mix USA, Birmingham, AL $150* Over 160 ready mix plants in the southeastern US
157 TXU Power, Dallas, TX $150 Signed InfrastruX to a 10-year, $8.7 billion contract for infrastructure service
158 U.S. Air Force, Hickman AFB, HI $150 Military construction fleet
159 U.S. Concrete, Houston, TX $150* Acquired Redi-Mix, Ingram Enterprises, Alliance Haulers in TX for $165 million
160 S.T. Wooten Corp., Wilson, NC $145 Builds roads and bridges, buildings, makes asphalt and ready mix
161 Flint Energy Services, Calgary, AB $145* Oilfield service provider started 2005 with $700 million infrastructure backlog
162 IA Construction, Concordville, PA $144 Highway-and-heavy-construction division of Colas North America
163 Orion Marine Group, Houston, TX $144* Holding company for Orion Construction, King Fisher Marine, Misener Marine
164 Finning International, Edmonton, AB $143* Cat dealer has rental fleets in Langley, Prince George, Calgary and Edmonton
165 PCL Construction Resources, Edmonton, AB $143 Ranked 64th on Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For list
166 Laramie Crane & Equipment, Detroit, MI $141 Rental; heavy hauling. Subsidiary of Laramie Enterprises
167 Boh Brothers Construction, New Orleans, LA $140 Earned bonus for reopening east. I-10 bridge over Pontchartrain 17 days early
168 City of Houston, Houston, TX $140 Public works and engineering
169 DuPont, Wilmington, DE $140* Industrial firm
170 Los Angeles County Sanitation Dist., Whittier, CA $140 Implementing waste-by-rail, including new transfer station and rail yard
171 Mann Brothers, Elkhorn, WI $140* Highway-and-heavy construction
172 Westchester County DOT, Mount Vernon, NY $140 County roads and transit-system maintainer
173 Kirby-Smith Machinery, Oklahoma City, OK $138 Komatsu dealer's rental fleet
174 Clarkson Construction, Kansas City, MO $135 Working on Kansas City Triangle project, scheduled for completion 2008
175 Entergy, New Orleans, LA $135* Distributes power to 2.5 million in AR, LA, MS and TX
176 Hydro One, Pickering, ON $132 Largest electricity delivery company in Ontario
177 International Paper, Stamford, CT $131* World's largest producer of forest products
178 John Carlo Inc., Mt. Clemens, MI $130 General contractor derives nearly all of its revenues from highway construction
179 Ryan Inc. Central, Janesville, WI $130 Specializing in site work and mass excavation
180 Briggs Equipment, Dallas, TX $129 Case distributor with 18 locations in NC, SC, GA, and FL
181 ECCO Equipment, Santa Ana, CA $129 Over 700 pieces of heavy earthmoving equipment in the Western U.S.
182 The Shaw Group, Baton Rouge, LA $128* Contracted under USAF $6 billion Heavy Engineering Repair program
183 American Infrastructure, Worcester, PA $127 Subsidiary R.G. Griffith started Harbor-Station site work, will go into Oct. 2007
184 C.W. Matthews Contracting, Marrietta, GA $125 Asphalt producer/leading contractor for GA DOT w/fleet of over 500 machines
185 Michels Corp., Brownsville, WI $125 Pulled 20-inch pipe 7,600 feet across the St. Lawrence River
186 Parsons, Pasadena, CA $125 Acquired RCI Construction, largest minority-owned business in WA, in 2005
187 West Virginia Div. of Highways, Charleston, WV $125 Maintains 37,000 miles of highway
188 New Jersey DOT, Trenton, NJ $124 2007 transportation program funds $3.2 billion in construction
189 Centex, Dallas, TX $122* Fiscal 2006 revenues grew 23% to $14.4 billion in tenth record year
190 Tarco Inc., Arvada, CO $121 Fields 34 crews doing earthmoving, utility and concrete work
191 N.A. Degerstrom, Spokane, WA $120 Mining and heavy construction firm
192 Fisher Sand & Gravel, Dickinson, ND $120 Operates 40 aggregate plants and a fleet of 2,000 machines
193 Matrix Service, Tulsa, OK $120 Industrial contractor projects FY 2007 revenues of $480 to $520 million
194 Republic Services, Fort Lauderdale, FL $120 No. 3 waste handler has 60 landfills, 90 transfer stations, 35 recycling centers
195 URS, San Francisco, CA $120* Includes Aman, Banchee, Cleveland Wrecking, EC Driver & Assoc.
196 AECON Group, Toronto, ON $118 Canada's top public constructor, awarded $100 million in infrastructure work
197 Patten Rental Service, Elmhurst, IL $118 Caterpillar rental fleet of 350 machines in 7 Illinois and Indiana locations
198 American Bridge, Coraopolis, PA $117* Awarded a $52M contract to replace deck of west. Chesapeake Bay Bridge
199 Canter Construction, Wilkesboro, NC $115 General building contractor
200 Fred Weber Inc., Maryland Heights, MO $115 Recently awarded three Missouri DOT projects totaling $18.9 million
201 R.E. Monks Construction, Fountain Hills, AZ $114 Operates 500-machine fleet of Tier 2 equipment
202 Irving Materials (IMI), Greenfield, IN $112 Ready-mix firm fields 850 trucks and 130 plants in IN, KY and TN
203 Jakes Crane & Rigging, Las Vegas, NV $112 Rental fleet investing in support equipment
204 Perini Construction, Framingham, MA $112* Purchased Redwood-CA-based builder, Rudolph and Sletten, for $53 million
205 Salt River Project, Phoenix, AZ $111 Utility to construct $600 million, 400-megawatt coal-fired power plant
206 Rieth-Riley Construction, Gary, IN $110* Purchased Consumers Asphalt in April 2006
207 Centerpoint Energy, Houston, TX $110* Will develop 1,600-mile Mid-Continent gas pipeline with Duke Energy
208 Mashuda, Cranberry Township, PA $110 Highway and heavy contractor
209 Norfolk Dredging, Chesapeake, VA $110 Specialist in sub-aqueous trench/tunnel excavation, backfill, hydraulic landfill
210 Sherwood Construction, Wichita, KS $110 Heavy constructor includes a family of 17 companies
211 Sims Crane & Equipment, Tampa, FL $110 Rental fleet value has grown $50 million in 36 months
212 Xcel Energy, Denver, CO $110* Part of CapX 2020 alliance to construct $1.3 billion in new transmission lines
213 Fordyce Ltd., Victoria, TX $108 Sand and gravel producer
214 City of Calgary, Calgary, AB $107 Exploring hybrid and alternative-fueled vehicles for fleet of over 4,000 units
215 McKinney Drilling, Odenton, MD $105* Founder pioneered drilled-shaft processes
216 TIC Holdings, Steamboat Springs, CO $105 Expertise in building power, mining/minerals process, oil/gas/chem. facilities
217 W.O. Grubb Steel Erection, Richmond, VA $105 About half of the firm's 200 cranes are Manitowoc-Crane-Group machines
218 Toromont, Toronto, ON $101* Rental-fleet value, operated primarily by Battlefield Cat Rental Store
219 Alberici Constructors, St. Louis, MO $100 Selected to build Platte West Water Treatment Plant in NE for $235.7 million
220 American Asphalt & Grading, Las Vegas, NV $100 Grading, paving, mine-reclamation fleet includes two Komatsu D575A dozers
221 Austin Industries, Dallas, TX $100 Landed $153 million contract to build four-level interchange in Texarkana
222 Bauerly Brothers, Sauk Rapids, MN $100 Supplies aggregate, asphalt and concrete to 29 Minnesota counties
223 Conoco-Phillips, Bartlesville, OK $100 Third-largest integrated energy company in the US
224 Edward C. Levy, Detroit, MI $100 Produces construction materials from steel and construction waste
225 EKPC, Winchester, KY $100 Eastern Kentucky Power Cooperative
226 Engelhard, Iselin, NJ $100 Miner acquired in June 2006 by chemical giant BASF
227 English Construction, Lynchburg, VA $100 Heavy structures contractor's fleet value increased $45 million in 48 months
228 Graniterock, Watsonville, CA $100 A 6th NAPA Diamond Achievement goes to Northern Road Materials facilities
229 Gray BEC Lime, Pleasant Gap, PA $100 Mining subsidiary of Graymont
230 Henkels & McCoy, Blue Bell, PA $100 Utility and industrial contractor founded in 1923
231 Hinkle Contracting, Paris, KY $100 Highway construction, materials producer, environmental work
232 HRI, State College, PA $100 Highway-and-heavy contractor is a division of Colas North America
233 Hunter Industries, San Marcos, TX $100 Highway constructor owns Colorado Materials
234 Illinois DOT, Springfield, IL $100 Current phase of Transp. Enhancement spends $60 million on 107 projects
235 Imperial Crane Services, Bridgeview, IL $100 Truck cranes to 500 tons, lattice boom and crawler cranes to 300 tons
236 Iowa Department of Transportation, Ames, IA $100 Implementing $374-million FY2007 Highway Program
237 J. Fletcher Creamer & Son, Hackensack, NJ $100 New Jersey contractor
238 Kinder Morgan, Lakewood, CO $100 Acquired A&L Trucking and U.S. Development Group for $61.6 million
239 Lehman-Roberts, Memphis, TN $100 Predominantly highway construction
240 Metropolitan Washington Airport, Washington, D.C. $100 Airport-maintenance equipment fleet
241 Montana DOT, Helena, MT $100 56-mile, $150 million Peoples Way project in progress until 2009
242 Nevada DOT, Carson City, NV $100 State highway maintenance
243 Orius, Twin Falls, ID $100 Filed Chapter 11 in an agreement to sell $8 million in assets to Dycom
244 Ring Power, Jacksonville, FL $100 Cat dealer rents equipment from locations in 18 Florida cities
245 Scotty's Contracting & Stone, Bowling Green, KY $100 Highway and heavy construction; materials production
246 Solar Sources, Indianapolis, IN $100 Coal miner
247 Star Industries, Seattle, WA $100 Family-owned rental company has 16 locations in Washington and Oregon
248 The Doe Run Co., St. Louis, MO $100 Lead-mining subsidiary of the Renco Group
249 Veco, Anchorage, AK $100 Highway construction, utilities and oil-field service company to the world
250 W.A. Hazel, Chantilly, VA $100 Site development specialist