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					                                                                                Largest General Contractors in California
                                     Corporate                                              Revenue
Rank   Company                       Headquarters                  2002                     2003                       2004

 1     Granite Construction Inc.    Watsonville                  $1.764 B                $1.844 B                 $2.136 B
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Garden Grove Freeway (State Route 22) Improvement Project, 390.4 million; Bradshaw Interceptor,
       Section 7A, Sacramento County, $16.3 million; Stonebrea/Blue Rock Country Club, Phase 1, Hayward

 2     Swinerton Inc.               San Francisco             $1.200 B               $1.400 B                $1.890 B
       2005 Forecast: $2.100B
       Largest Projects: de Young Museum, San Francisco, $130M; Walnut Creek Waste Water Treatment, Walnut Creek, $80.3 M

 3     Webcor Builders               San Mateo                       $1.340 B                $1.200 B              $1.200 B
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Letterman Digital Arts Center at the Presidio, San Francisco, $220 M; St. Regis Museum Tower,
       San Francisco, $160 M; Californian on Wilshire, Los Angeles, $66 M

 4     DPR Construction Inc.       Redwood City                  $719 M                      $833 M                  $900 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Camino Medical Group Medical Office Building, Mountain View

 5     Kiewit Corp.                  Omaha, Neb.                $901.1 M               $889.6 M                $882.7 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge Skyway Segment, Oakland, $1.895 B; Benicia-Martinez Bridge,
       Benicia-Martinez $656.9 M; NSR Pump Stations, West Sacramento, $114 M

 6     Rudolph and Sletten            Foster City                  DND                     $695 M                    $768 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Santa Clara Replacement Facility Phase I, Santa Clara, $375 M; Residence Halls Units 1 and 2, Infill
       Student Housing, Berkeley, $90 M; LAMC Sunset Hospital, Los Angeles, $260 M

 7     Turner Construction Co.     New York, N.Y.              $453 M                  $550 M                     $723 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: UCLA Westwood Replacement Hospital, Los Angles, $415 M; San Jose Civic Center, San Jose,
       $102 M; Laguna Honda Hospital Replacement Project, San Francisco, $285 M

 8     Teichert                      Sacramento                     DND                      $511M                   $577M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: DND

 9     McCarthy Building Cos. Inc. St. Louis                   $332.7 M                  $549 M                 $542.8 M
       2005 Forecast: $654 M
       Largest Projects: Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Medical Center, Panorama City, $148.5 M; St. Joseph Hospital
       Patient Care Center, Orange, $132 M; LAC + USC Medical Replacement Facility, Los Angeles, $497.8 M

 10    Clark Construction Group    Bethesda, Md.               $652.8 M                 $724 M                  $535 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: LAC+USC Replacement Hospital, $497.8 M; San Jose State University Campus Village Housing;
       San Jose, $152.5 M; San Diego State University Underground Tunnel and Station, San Diego, $103 M

 11    Hensel Phelps Construction San Jose                           $592.8 M                 $443 M                 $525 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Coalinga State Hospital for California Department of Corrections, Coalinga, $297 M;
       UCI Medical Center, $246M; CalPERS Headquarters, Sacramento, $164M

 12    Perini Building Co.          Phoenix, Ariz.               $4661.1 M                   $315 M                  $503 M
       2005 Forecast: $196.7 M
       Largest Projects: Pechanga Resort & Casino, Phase II, Temecula, $155.5 M

 13    Devcon Construction Inc.       Milpitas                     $520 M                  $430 M                      $470 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Classic Residence by Hyatt, Palo Alto, $172 M; Bay Street Apartments Building E, Emeryville, $50 M;
       The Crossings Apartments, Phase 1, San Bruno, $48.5 M


                                     1   California Construction   4/ 2005
Largest General Contractors in California
                                             Corporate                                               Revenue
    Rank     Company                         Headquarters                  2002                      2003                          2004

     14      Barnhart Inc.                  San Diego                 $186.3 M                $259 M                     $450 M
             2005 Forecast: $482 M
             Largest Projects: San Joaquin Delta College Program Management, Stockton, $350 M; College of the Desert Program
             Management, Palm Desert, $350 M; Saddleback Unified School District Construction Management, Mission Viejo, $125

     15      Bernards Bros.                  San Fernando              $183 M                         $298 M                   $353.8 M
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: East Valley High School No. 3, Panorama City; $51.2 M

     16      San Jose                       San Jose                     $290 M                 $348 M                           $352 M
             Construction Co. Inc.
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: Plaza San Jose, San Jose, $18.6 M; Jewish Community Center, Los Gatos, $14 M

     17      ARB Inc.                           Lake Forest                $320 M                    $377 M                 $348 M
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: New headworks for existing wastewater treatment plant, Oxnard, $40 M; Power plant construction,
             Turlock Irrigation District, Turlock $24 M; Santa Monica Civic Center Parking Structure, Santa Monica, $33 M

     18      S.D. Deacon Corp.               Citrus Heights               $196.3 M                   $185 M                   $278.3 M
             2005 Forecast: 325 M
             Largest Projects: First two phases of a 31-acre, 300,000-sq.-ft., multi-tenant shopping center in Clovis for owner
             Regency Cahan, $26 million

     19      C. W. Driver                  Pasadena                    $239.2 M                $274.1 M                 $276.2 M
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: Jewish Home for the Aging, Grancell Campus; Reseda, $44.5 M; Red Cross Biomedical Facility,
             Pomona, $31.5M; Maglite manufacturing and headquarters facility, Ontario, $52 M

     20      Hathaway Dinwiddie            San Francisco                  $130 M                   $292 M                 $270.8 M
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: 2000 Avenue of the Stars, Century City, $141 M; Britannia East Grand, South San Francisco,
             $150 M; UC Berkeley, Davis Hall, $65 million

     21      Yeager Skanska                   Riverside                   DND                       $280 M                     $270 M
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: Interstate I5/805 Interchange, San Diego, $117. 6 M; Interstate 15 Widening, Victorville; $105.6 M;
             Prado Dam, $69 M

     22      Roel Construction Co. Inc.    San Diego                  DND                       $176 M                           $267 M
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: Qualcomm Inc. Building W Remodel, San Diego, $131 million; Building N, $103 million;
             Park Laurel on the Prado, Phase 2, San Diego, $33 M

     23      S. J. Amoroso                   Redwood Shores             $333.1 M                   $357 M                 $260.2 M
             Construction Co.
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: South Central High School, Los Angeles Unified School District; $66 M; South East High School No. 2,
             LAUSD, South Gate, $52.3 M; Griffith Park Observatory renovation and expansion, $46.4 M

     24      Morley Construction Co.          Santa Monica                  $174.7 M                  $214.8 M                   $247 M
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: Getty Villa renovation and expansion, near Malibu, $280.0 M; East Campus Student Apartments,
             Phase 2 at University of California Irvine, Irvine, $75.5 M; Molecular Biology Building at University of Southern California,
             Los Angeles, $65 M

     25      J.F. Shea Construction        Walnut                      DND                            DND                        $225 M
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: Orange County Water Agency, Reclamation Project, $292 M




                                             2   California Construction   4/ 2005
                                                                                Largest General Contractors in California
                                     Corporate                                              Revenue
Rank   Company                       Headquarters                   2002                    2003                         2004

 26    Edge Development Inc.          Temecula                    $201 M                    $211 M                  $225 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Lakeside High School, Lake Elsinore, $65M; Elsinore High School expansion and modernization, $40 M;
       William “Pete” Knight High School, Lancaster, $36 M

 27    Soltek Pacific                San Diego                    $207.4 M                $248 M                  $222.3 M
       2005 Forecast: $240 M
       Largest Projects: Scripps Ranch Area Middle School, San Diego, $39.4 M; Bachelor Officers Quarters, Monterery, $31 M;
       North County Regional Education Center and Parking Structure, San Marcos, $19.2 M

 28    W. L. Butler                  Redwood City                   $175,4 M                  $178 M                     $202 M
       Construction Inc.
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Whitwood Mall, Whittier, $33 M; Target / Oakridge Mall, San Jose, $14. 8 M; Silicon Valley Bank
       San Jose, $7 M

 29    Roebbelen                       El Dorado Hills              $175.2 M                    $157 M              $200.4 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Liberty High School, New 63-acre high school Rocklin, $63M;
       St. Francis High School, New science, art, athletic and administrative facilities, Sacramento, $20 M;
       Roseville Joint Union High School District, projects performed at Roseville High School, Oakmont High School and
       Adelante High School; Roseville, $17.8 M

 30    Lusardi Construction Co.        San Marcos                     $198 M                  $157 M                 $200 M
       2005 Forecast: $210 M
       Largest Projects: First American Financial Class A office buildings and tenant improvements,
       Santa Ana, $64.2M; Toscana Country Club, first phase, Indian Wells, $16.1M; Torrey Hills Center, San Diego, $13.4M

 31    W.E. O’Neil Construction          Chicago                    DND                   DND                          $195 M
       Co. of Calif.
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Archstone Warner Center, Canoga Park, $67M; Archstone Presidio View, San Diego, $50M;
       Joint Strike Fighter Facilities, Edwards Air Force Base, 19M

 32    Sukut Construction Inc.         Santa Ana                   $129 M                 $142 M               $194.6 M
       2005 Forecast: $200 M
       Largest Projects: Crystal Cove, PA 4A/4B, Phase II, Lower Custom “A” Rough Grading and Drainage Improvements;
       Newport Coast, $33 M; Composite Liner and Landslide Remediation Project, Prima Deshecha Landfill,
       San Juan Capistrano, $14 M; Lake Hills, Riverside County, $28 M

 33    FCI Constructors Inc.          Vista                           DND                       DND                  $193.6 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: North County Transit District, Sprinter Main Rail Line, northern San Diego County, $187M


 34    Sundt Construction Inc.       Tempe, Ariz.                 $185.4 M                 $164.1 M               $192 M
       2005 Forecast: $221.3 M
       Largest Projects: Fairway Ranch,Dublin, $77.4 M; Cathedral High School, Del Mar, $48 M; Grossmont Hospital
       Additions, La Mesa, $45 M

 35    PCL Construction Services     Alberta, Canada               $161.8 M                $134.4 M              $186.1 M
       2005 Forecast: $241.7 M
       Largest Projects: LAUSD East Valley High School, North Hollywood, $45 M; Glorietta Bay Promenade and Civic Center,
       Coronado, $26.6 M

 36    Overaa Construction             Richmond                     $138 M                   $130 M                  $182.6 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Tracy Water Treatment Plant, $64.5 M; First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley, $17.1 M;
       UCSF Mission Bay Bldg 23B and Design-Build Parking Structure, $14.4 M


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Largest General Contractors in California
                                           Corporate                                              Revenue
    Rank     Company                       Headquarters                    2002                   2003                      2004

     37      Panattoni Construction           Sacramento                  $70.1 M                 $93.5 M                $155.8 M
             2005 Forecast: $150.2 M
             Largest Projects: Big 5 Distribution/Warehouse, Riverside, $24 M

     38      Snyder Langston                Irvine                      $210M                   $147M                      $145M
             2005 Forecast: $250M
             Largest Projects: Los Angeles Air Force Base, Systems Acquisition Management and Support Facilities, El Segundo, $73M;
             Irvine Spectrum Center, Phase 4B, Irvine, $20M; Midnight Mission, Los Angeles, $13M.

     39      J.R. Roberts Corp.                Citrus Heights              $111.4 M                 $81.2 M              $120.4 M
             2005 Forecast: $162 M
             Largest Projects: University Village, Albany, Step 2, $98.8 M; Midtown Plaza, San Jose, $39 M;
             Juvenile Court Facility, Sacramento, $27.1 M

     40      Wentz Group                      Redwood Shores               DND                    $65 M                   $120 M
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: Foothill Plaza, Oakland, $30M

     41      Stacy & Witbeck                Alameda                    DND                      $136 M                  $116.7 M
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: Amtrak Extension, Sacramento, $15.7 M; Division 11 Maintenance Facility Expansion, Long Beach. $13.5 M

     42      Thompson Pacific               San Rafael                 $81.4 M                  $94.7 M                   $110 M
             Construction Inc.
             2005 Forecast: $121 M
             Largest Projects: Candlestick Point Condominiums, San Francisco, $43 M; Southeast Area Learning Center,
             Los Angeles, $35.1 M; Valley New High School, LAUSD/CSU Northridge, Los Angeles, $25 M

     43      MCM Construction                North Highlands             $135 M                   $120 M                  $110 M
             2005 Forecast: $121 M
             Largest Projects: Interstate 405/State Route 55, Orange County, $52.6 M

     44      Nibbi Bros.                      San Francisco            $56.2 M                 $94.5 M               $105.5 M
             2005 Forecast: $125 M
             Largest Projects: Easter Hill Neighborhood Redevelopment. Richmond, $59.2 M; Valencia Gardens, San Francisco, $48.3 M;
             Cinnabar Commons, San Jose, $34.4 M

     45      Plant Construction Co.          San Francisco               $155 M                  $108 M                  $102 M
             2005 Forecast: DND
             Largest Projects: Olympic City Club, San Francisco, $56 M; Jessie Square Garage, San Francisco $29 M; Mercedes-Benz
             Dealership, San Francisco, $14 M

     46      Bovis Lend Lease              New York, N.Y.                  $174 M                 $103.6 M               $102.9 M
             2005 Forecast: $85.7 M
             Largest Projects: DND

     47      R.D. Olson Construction          Irvine                      DND                       $74 M                 $101 M
             2005 Forecast: $132 M
             Largest Projects: Ojai Valley Inn and Spa, Ojai, $46.3 M; Union Station Apartments, Los Angeles, $33.2 M;
             University Village Student Housing, Riverside, $27.2 M

     48      Cahill Contractors Inc.        San Francisco              $87 M                    $101 M                     $98 M
             2005 Forecast: $104 M
             Largest Projects: Coliseum Gardens, Oakland, $37 M; Mission Creek Senior Housing, San Francisco, $35.5 M;
             Carter Terraces, San Francisco, $21 M

     49      California Dick Corp.          Phoenix                      $56 M                  $85 M                      $95 M
             2005 Forecast: $171.6 M
             Largest Projects: Federal Bureau of Prisons, FCI, Mendota, $180 M; San Francisco Federal Office Complex,
             San Francisco, $34.3 M; Fresno US Courthouse, Fresno, $47 M;



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                                                                                 Largest General Contractors in California
                                      Corporate                                              Revenue
Rank   Company                        Headquarters                   2002                    2003                     2004
50     R&L Brosamer                   Alamo                       $119 M                    $112 M                    $94 M
       2005 Forecast: $135 M
       Largest Projects: Coachella Canal, Niland, $65.3 M; Guadalupe River Project, San Jose, $30 M; Highway 4 Railroad Avenue,
       Pittsburg, $29.6 M

51     Flintco Inc.                     Sacramento                 DND                    $46 M                     $93 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: University of CA Merced Science & Engineering Building, Merced $58 M;
       UC Davis Veterinary Medicine 3A Building, $59.9 M; Rocklin Police Station, $10.7 M

52     Millie and Severson             Los Alamitos                  $78.3 M                $94.8 M                $86.9 M
       2005 Forecast: $90 M
       Largest Projects: Presbyterian Intercommunity Hospital, Whittier, $56.7 M; Southern Wines and Spirits,
       Santa Fe Springs, $20 M; Harvey Mudd College: Dining Commons and Residence Hall & Hoch-Shanahan
       Dining Commons and Sontag Residence Hall, Claremont, $12.1 M

53     North Bay Construction Inc.    Petaluma                      $76 M                  $78 M                    $82 M
       2005 Forecast: $85 M
       Largest Projects: River Rock Casino, Geyserville, $12 M; Meadow Park Subdivision, Novato, $9.8 M;
       Petaluma Theater District, Petaluma, $9.2 M

54     Hunt Construction Group      Indianapolis, Ind.            DND                    $60 M                      $75 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: LAC + USC Medical Center, Los Angeles, $498 M; San Francisco Federal Office Building,
       San Francisco, $144 M; Colusa Casino Renovation, Colusa, $14.2 M

55     Lewis C. Nelson                Selma                        $31.5 M                $55 M                    $73.8 M
       and Sons, Inc.
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Delano Prison, Delano, $35.3 M; Santa Maria High School, Santa Maria, $32.9 M;
       Delano Middle School, Delano, $29.3 M

56     Blach Construction Co.          San Jose                     DND                      $46 M                 $70.3 M
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: East Side Union High School District Modernization, $18.3 M; Los Altos School District,
       Oak School Modernization, $6.1 M; Las Lomitas School District, La Entrada Gym, $6.0 M

57     Melchiori Construction        Santa Barbara              $42 M                    $54 M                    $68.5 M
       Co.
       2005 Forecast: $75 M
       Largest Projects: Mercy House, Santa Barbara, $22 M; Chapalla One, Santa Barbara, $20 M; Aurora II, Lancaster, $10 M

58     Lyles Construction Group      Fresno                       $57.7 M                  $89.5 M                 $66.7 M
       2005 Forecast: $88.2 M
       Largest Projects: Semitropic Water Storage, Stored Water Recovery Unit, Wasco, $42.7 M; Lytle Development Corp.,
       Waste Water Treatment Plant San Bernadino, $12.1 M; City of Riverside WWTP Upgrade, Riverside, $7.8 M9
59     R. J. Daum                     Garden Grove                $62 M                    $50 M                      $65 M
       Construction Co.
       2005 Forecast: $65 M
       Largest Projects: Los Angeles Southwest College, Los Angeles, $11.4 M; Juvenile Detention Center, Orange, $15 M;
       Southern California Regional Occupational Technology Center, Torrance, $6.3 M

60     Ghilotti Brothers              San Rafael                   $62 M                      $72 M                  $65M
       2005 Forecast: $75 M
       Largest Projects: Mare Island, San Francisco; State Highway 123, Ventura County

61     West Coast                     Fairfield                $54 M                   $54.5 M                     $64.5 M
       Contractors, Inc.
       2005 Forecast: DND
       Largest Projects: Windemere Middle School, $18.7 M; Woodland Elementary, Oakland, $16.9 M;
       Kenilworth Jr. High School, Petaluma, $25.4 M


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Largest General Contractors in California
                                               Corporate                                              Revenue
    Rank       Company                         Headquarters                  2002                     2003                         2004

     62         Bycor General                   San Diego                     $48.4 M                  $60 M                      $63 M
                Contractors, Inc.
                2005 Forecast: $70 M
                Largest Projects: Rio Vista Plaza, San Diego, $7 M; Liberty Station Building 901, San Diego, $4.3 M;
                Liberty Station Building 902, San Diego, $3.4 M

     63         XL Construction                San Jose                    $52 M                    $50 M                         $58 M
                2005 Forecast: $80 M
                Largest Projects: Gilead Sciences Tenant Improvement, Foster City, $11.3 M; Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
                Clinical Laboratories and Seismic Upgrade, Phase I, San Jose, $6.7M; Ultratech Cleanroom, San Jose, 5.2M

     64         Clark & Sullivan               North Highlands             $27.6 M                $42.7 M                         $41 M
                2005 Forecast: DND
                Largest Projects: Folsom Lake Community College, new buildings and parking, Folsom, $28.4 M;
                Gallo Center for the Arts, Modesto, $21 M; UC Davis Tercero Hall, Davis, $19.8 M

     65         Hearn Construction             Vacaville                     $32.5 M                   $33 M                      $40 M
                2005 Forecast: $65 M
                Largest Projects: Lincoln Theater, Yountville, $17.8 M; Eaton Village Apartments, Chico, $13 M;
                Annex 1 Renovation, Alzheimer’s Skilled Nursing Facility for the California Veterans Home, Yountville, $10.5 M

     66         Bayley Construction            Seattle                      $107 M                 $43 M                     $37 M
                2005 Forecast: $87 M
                Largest Projects: Del Amo Mills renovation and expansion, Torrance, $70 M; Nordstrom Irvine Spectrum Center;
                Office Depot and adjacent subterranean parking structure, Los Angeles, $8 M

     67         McCormick                      Burbank                  $46 M                   $39 M                     $35 M
                Construction Co.
                2005 Forecast: DND
                Largest Projects: DCFS Glendora Tenant Improvement, Glendora, $10 M; Burbank Civic Plaza, Burbank, $8.7M;
                Park Place Professional Plaza, San Marcos, $5 M

     68         George C. Hopkins             Glendale                    $35 M                    $35 M                       $31 M
                Construction Co. Inc.
                2005 Forecast: $45 M
                Largest Projects: Elementary School No. 1, LAUSD, Los Angeles, $13.4 M; Molino Street Lofts and Parking Structure,
                Los Angeles, $12.5 M; 10001 Venice Project, Los Angeles, $14.5 M

     69         Keeton                       Temecula                     $32 M                   $25.8 M                  $29.1 M
                Construction Co. Inc.
                2005 Forecast: DND
                Largest Projects: Remington Business Park, Phase II, Temecula, $6.9 M; Corona Medical Plaza, Corona, $4.1 M;
                Hope Medical Plaza, Menifee, $4 M

     70         Sausal Corp.                    San Leandro                $24 M                   $17.3 M                   $26.6 M
                2005 Forecast: $37 M
                Largest Projects: Grant Street Elementary School, Brentwood, $13.4 M;
                Donlon Elementary School Modernization, Pleasanton, $8.4 M; Diablo Valley College Bookstore, Pleasant Hill, $6.4 M


     Methodolgy for the Rankings of the Largest General Contractors in California
     General contractors are ranked on total revenue for 2004, based on infomation they provided. Contractors based outside California are
     ranked on revenue for California projects only. Revenue is in millions (M) or billions (B) of dollars. DND=Did not disclose. Revenue is
     rounded to the nearest million dollar or one-hundred-thousand dollar. For more information, contact Paul Napolitano (Southern
     California editor) at (626) 932-6169 or Robert Carlsen (Northern California editor) at (415) 357-8019.

				
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