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Fluor, peers could lose big on military projects if funds go to border wall

Fluor spokesman Brian Mershon told Construction Dive that the company expected the emergency declaration to have little to no impact on its business.

Based on 2017 revenue, Fluor was at the top of Building Design + Construction’s 2018 list of military contractors and construction managers with $931 million. They were followed by Gilbane Building Co. ($336.5 million), Hensel Phelps ($324.6 million), Clark ($281 million), The Weitz Company ($206 million), The Walsh Group ($191 million) and Lendlease ($176.6 million).

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