Construction Managers

July 01, 2001 |
1 (—) $5,406.00 Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.

1111 S. Arroyo Parkway, P.O. Box 7084

Pasadena, CA 91109-7084

(628) 578-3500
Institutional buildings by this E/A/C represented 38 percent of volume, industrial buildings 12 percent and commercial buildings 1 percent, for a total of 51 percent of the constructed value of all types of projects for which Jacobs was a CM. Current projects include the new 600-bed Los Angeles County University of California Medical Center, and school construction programs in Omaha, Neb.; Washington, D.C.; and Pasadena, Texas. Noel Watson, Pres.; Warren Dean, VP
2 (1) $2,746.00 Bovis Lend Lease

200 Park Ave.

New York, NY 10166

(212) 592-6800
Projects under construction include Pentagon Row, a 1.5 million-sq.-ft. mixed-use development in Arlington, Va.; four buildings at the Takoma Park (Md.) campus of Montgomery College; $38 million of renovations and additions to the Brooklyn (N.Y.) Museum of Art; and a $44 million 911 center in New York City. Commercial buildings accounted for 64 percent of volume, institutional 24 percent and industrial 12 percent. Luther Cochrane, Chmn.; Charles Bacon, CEO
3 (10) $2,600.00 McClier

401 E. Illinois St., Suite 625

Chicago, IL 60611

(312) 373-7700
Current work of this employee-owned contractor and CM includes three aviation-related projects — a $3.5 billion expansion program at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, a 2.25 million-sq.-ft. American Airlines terminal redevelopment program at New York City's Kennedy International Airport and program management for LSG Sky-Chefs for flight kitchens at 90 domestic and 40 international locations. Grant McCullagh, Chmn., CEO; Thomas Rossiter, Pres.
4 (3) $2,233.78 Gilbane Building Co.

7 Jackson Walkway

Providence, RI 02903

(401) 456-5800
Gilbane is also listed in Contractors category. Agency CM projects represented 43 percent of firm's total volume.Sixty-six percent of volume was for institutional buildings, 21 percent for commercial buildings and 12 percent for industrial buildings. Current projects include new construction and renovation of buildings on two campuses of Foothill-DeAnza Community College in Los Altos Hills, Calif. Paul Choquette Jr., Chmn., CEO; Thomas Gilbane, Pres.
5 (2) $1,913.60 URS Corp.

100 California St., Suite 500

San Francisco, CA 94111-4529

(415) 774-2700
A 10-building construction and reconstruction program for the East Cleveland (Ohio) City Schools and two office towers at Greensboro Corporate Center in Tysons Corner, Va., are among current projects for this E/A/C/CM. Institutional buildings were 25 percent of volume, industrial buildings 12 percent and commercial buildings 9 percent. Reconstruction projects were 60 percent of volume. Martin Koffel, CEO; Martin Tanzer, EVP
6 (6) $1,639.68 Tishman Construction Corp.

666 Fifth Ave.

New York, NY 10103

(212) 399-3604
Current projects include a $2 billion capital improvement program for the Chicago Public Schools, the redevelopment of Terminal A at Boston's Logan International Airport, the 2,000-room Borgata hotel/casino in Atlantic City and a number of telecom projects nationwide. Commercial buildings were 53 percent of volume, institutional buildings 26 percent and industrial buildings 17 percent. Daniel Tishman, Pres., East; Ronald Materick, Pres., West.
7 (5) $1,426.00 3D/International Inc.

1900 W. Loop St., Suite 400

Houston, TX 77027

(713) 871-7000
This A/E/CM is renovating schools in Baltimore and West Palm Beach, Fla.; performing work on $112 million of enhancements at Los Angeles International Airport; and renovating the Pentagon in Arlington, Va. Half of the company's work now involves educational buildings, ranging from kindergarten to university. Institutional buildings were 75 percent of volume, commercial buildings 20 percent and industrial buildings 5 percent. Charles Thomsen, Chmn.; John Murph, Pres.
8 (9) $868.00 Hunt Construction Group

2450 S. Tibbs Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46241

(317) 227-7800
The former Huber, Hunt & Nichols Inc., a contractor and CM, is involved in projects that include the 43,000-seat Miller Park, home field for baseball's Milwaukee Brewers; the 65,000-sq.-ft. Pittsburgh Steelers stadium; and the $59 million Marriott Convention Center Hotel in Indianapolis. Offices are located in Tampa, Fla.; Branchburg, N.J.; Orlando, Fla.; Phoenix; and Dallas. CM projects accounted for 62 percent of total revenues. R.G. Hunt, CEO; Michael Kerr, Pres.
9 (—) $764.46 J.A. Jones Inc.

J.A. Jones Drive

Charlotte, NC 28287

(704) 553-3000
Current assignments for this CM and contractor include the $600 million, 1 million-sq.-ft. Global Gateway project for Continental Airlines at Newark International Airport, scheduled for completion in early 2002, and 515 Park Ave., a $66 million, 43-story residential tower in New York City that was completed last fall. Alfred Neffgen became president in December 2000. Alfred Neffgen, Pres., CEO; Bruce Dell, VP, Bus. Dev.
10 (—) $705.22 Skanska

16-16 Whitestone Expressway

Whitestone, NY 11357

(718) 767-2600
Also listed in the Contractors category, Skanska acquired Baugh Inc. of Seattle and Barclay White of Blue Bell, Pa., and entered new telecommunication ventures. Current projects include the $386 million Delta Airlines terminal at Boston's Logan International Airport. The company is a subsidiary of publicly held Skanska AB, headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden. Stuart Graham, CEO; Hans Andersson, VP

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