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2010 List of Leaders: Recovery on the horizon?

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Print this page Introduction by Jessica Sabbath

The 2010 Virginia Business List of Leaders likely won’t shock anyone. Last year was tough, and companies’ earnings on our lists prove it.

But a close look at the lists, particularly the publicly traded companies, reveals hope on the horizon. Companies are losing less, and cost-saving measures are starting to take effect. In fact, nearly half of the 50 companies on our list actually increased their total revenues in 2009 compared with 2008. In addition, the revenue cutoff to be included on the list rose from $330 million to $474 million.

Each year Virginia Business lists the largest companies across 20 industries. The results give a good picture of the state’s economic health.

The success of public companies in 2009 varied widely by industry. For example, the state’s government and information technology contractors continued to thrive, while the weak economy took a toll on the demand for rail transportation. Norfolk Southern’s revenues fell 25 percent. Pork and hog producer Smithfield Foods struggled in the wake of the H1N1 virus scare and an oversupply of hogs in the U.S. The one major departure from the list this year was consulting firm BearingPoint, which filed for bankruptcy and sold off most of its operations.

The major winner in 2009 was Chesapeake-based Dollar Tree Stores Inc. It reported record revenues of $5.2 billion by selling discounted goods to budget-conscious consumers. Virginia also landed another Fortune 500 company when SAIC, a major government contractor, moved its headquarters from San Diego to Fairfax County.

While results varied across sectors, a few trends did emerge from earnings of the state’s 50 largest public companies. Gone this year are many of the dramatic losses seen in 2008. On last year’s list, 13 companies reported a loss for 2008. That number was down to seven in 2009.

In addition, many of the dramatic asset write-offs reported last year were reduced. As an example, Media General Inc. reported a $631 million loss last year compared with a $35 million loss in 2009. Much of its 2008 loss was attributable to write offs, including a $130 million non-cash impairment charge on the value of its FCC licensees and affiliation agreements during the fourth quarter. 

In addition, investment income for many companies either improved or their losses were mitigated. Richmond insurer Genworth Financial reported that investment losses during the fourth quarter declined from $89 million the year before to $54 million in 2009.

A number of companies’ profits began to reflect a reduction in work force. For example, MeadWestvaco saved $154 million in 2009 by reducing overhead costs and closing or restructuring some facilities.

It certainly was a tough year for the construction industry. Our general contractors list is proof. This year, seven companies that were on the general contractors list last year responded to our survey request—some acknowledging that 2009 numbers are too dismal to report.The architectural and engineering firms showed a similar trend. Only five companies reported higher total revenues in 2009 than in 2008.

Our list also appears to show that the weak economy affected law firms, which are often considered to be fairly recession proof. While many smaller firms fluctuated only slightly in their number of Virginia lawyers, the five largest law firms reported significantly fewer Virginia lawyers. There was no noticeable trend among the size of accounting firms.

Amid the economic turmoil, one of our newest lists shows that investment banking activity was down. The mergers and acquisitions list, prepared by middle-market adviser Harris Williams & Co., reveals that some of the deals made in 2009 came from selling the leftovers of bankrupt companies, such as Circuit City and BearingPoint. There was more activity in the middle market than for deals worth more than $1 billion. Harris Williams expects pent-up demand to boost activity next year.

Also new this year is a list of community colleges. Previously, these were grouped together in the public colleges list. But the popularity of community colleges is rapidly increasing.

Take a look through the lists to gauge Virginia’s economic health. Maybe next year, there will be more surprises. 

If you’d like to comment on our current lists, please e-mail jsabbath@va-business.com.

Listed below are links to our 18 lists. Complete Excel versions and PDF versions are available for purchase on our e-commerce page.

Accounting Firms
Architectural and Engineering Firms
Banks and thrifts
Colleges and universities (private/nonprofit)
Colleges and universities (public)
Community colleges
Conference hotels
Credit unions
Divisions and subsidiaries
General contractors
Health and accident insurers
Hospitals
Insurance brokers
Law firms
Life insurers
Real estate firms
Private companies
Public companies


ACCOUNTING FIRMS
(ranked by # of CPAs)
1. PricewaterhouseCoopers, 447
2. KPMG LLP, 400
3. Goodman & Co. LLP, 206
4. RSM McGladrey, 140
5. Baker Tilly (formerly Beers + Cutler)2, 106
6. Argy, Wiltse & Robinson PC, 101
7. Yount, Hyde & Barbour PC, 88
8. Cherry, Bekaert & Holland LLP, 85
9. Brown, Edwards & Co., 76
10. Witt Mares PLC, 72
11. Grant Thornton, 66
12. Keiter, Stephens, Hurst, Gary & Shreaves, 60
13. Hantzmon Wiebel LLP, 58
14. LarsonAllen, 57
15. PBGH LLP, 47
16. Wall Einhorn & Chernitzer PC, 45
17. McPhillips, Roberts & Deans, 37
18. Mitchell, Wiggins & Co. LLP, 35
19. Thompson, Greenspon & Co., 34
20. Matthews, Carter and Boyce PC, 33
21. Kositzka, Wicks & Co., 32
22. Cotton & Co. LLP, 30
tie Frank & Co. PC, 30
24. Watkins Meegan LLC, 27
25. Cocke, Szpanka & Taylor, CPAs PC, 26
26. Swart, Lalande & Associates, 25
27. Wells Coleman & Co. LLP, 20
28. Homes, Lowry, Horn & Johnson Ltd., 19
tie The Burdette Smith Group, 19
30. BDO LLP , 17
31. Zukerman & Associates, 16
32. Adams, Jenkins & Cheatham PC, 15
tie Martin, Dolan & Holton, 15
34. Foti, Flynn, Lowen & Co., 14

Source: Individual firms.


ARCHITECTURAL & ENGINEERING FIRMS
(based on 2009 Virginia revenues)

1. AECOM Technology , $247.7 million
2. EMCOR , 208.2 million
3. Dewberry, 129.8 million
4. Clark Nexsen, 58.3 million
5. ECS Mid-Atlantic, 41.9 million
6. Moseley Architects, 33.3 million
7. Timmons Group, 30.5 million
8. Bowman Consulting, 22.0 million
9. Draper Aden Associates, 21.6 million
10. Froehling & Robertson, 19.2 million
11. Marshall Miller & Associates, 19.0 million
12. Wiley|Wilson, 18.7 million
13. Davis, Carter, Scott, 18.2 million
14. Patton Harris Rust & Associates, 17.1 million
15. RRMM Architects, 17.0 million
16. Wisnewski Blair & Associates, 16.0 million
17. Versar, 15.3 million
18. Thompson & Litton, 12.0 million
19. Baskervill, 9.5 million
20. Hanbury Evans Wright Vlattas + Co., 8.2 million
21. Anderson & Associates, 7.5 million
tie Hurt & Proffitt, 7.5 million
23. KTA Group, 6.4 million
24. christopher consultants, ltd., 6.0 million

Source: Individual firms.


BANKS & THRIFTS
(Based on Virginia premiums)

1. E*Trade Bank, $30.3 billion
2. Capital One Bank, $27.2 billion
3. Wachovia Bank National Association4, $25.7 billion
4. BB&T Corp., $20.0 billion
5. Bank of America, $18.6 billion
6. Capital One National Association3, $17.7 billion
7. SunTrust Banks, $15.2 billion
8. Chevy Chase Bank5, $2.7 billion
9. TowneBank, $2.6 billion
10. Carter Bank & Trust, $2.5 billion
11. StellarOne, $2.4 billion
12. Virginia Commerce Bank, $2.2 billion
13. PNC Bank National Association, $2.1 billion
14. United Bank, $2.0 billion
15. Union Bank & Trust6, $1.6 billion
16. Burke & Herbert Bank & Trust, $1.5 billion
17. First Citizens Bank & Trust Co., $1.3 billion
18. First Market Bank FSB7, $1.2 billion
19. Cardinal Bank, $1.2 billion
20. Bank of Hampton Roads, $1.1 billion

Source: Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.


COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES (Private)
(based on 2009 full-time fall enrollment)

1. Liberty University, 25,739
2. Hampton University, 4,789
3. University of Richmond, 3,537
4. Shenandoah University, 2,432
5. Marymount University, 2,399
6. Lynchburg College, 2,197
7. Washington and Lee University, 2,096
8. Regent University, 2,091
9. Roanoke College, 1,934
10. Bridgewater College, 1,576
11. Ferrum College, 1,387
12. Virginia Union University, 1,327
13. Randolph-Macon College, 1,218
14. Virginia Wesleyan College, 1,144
15. Eastern Mennonite University, 1,117
16. Mary Baldwin College, 1,110
17. Hampden-Sydney College, 1,060
18. Emory and Henry College, 901
19. Hollins University, 833
20. Eastern Virginia Medical School, 802
21. Averett University, 766
22. Jefferson College of Health Sciences, 757
23. Sweet Briar College, 716
24. Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine, 707
25. Bluefield College, 643
26. Southern Virginia University, 618
27. St. Paul’s College, 566
28. Virginia Intermont College, 506
29. Randolph College, 488
30. Christendom College, 385
31. Appalachian School of Law, 332
32. Institute for the Psychological Sciences, 65

Source: State Council of Higher Education for Virginia


COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES (Public)
(based on 2009 full-time enrollment)

1. Virginia Tech, 27,887
2. Virginia Commonwealth University, 24,273
3. University of Virginia, 20,854
4. George Mason University, 17,983
5. James Madison University, 17,462
6. Old Dominion University, 15,723
7. Radford University, 7,927
8. College of William & Mary, 7,397
9. Norfolk State University, 5,679
10. Christopher Newport University, 4,722
11. Virginia State University, 4,635
12. Longwood University, 3,953
13. University of Mary Washington, 3,922
14. Virginia Military Institute, 1,500
15. U.Va. College at Wise, 1,495
16. Richard Bland College, 1,073

Source: State Council of Higher Education for Virginia


COMMUNITY COLLEGES
(based on 2009 full-time fall enrollment)

1. Northern Virginia, 46,619
2. Tidewater, 30,447
3. J. Sargeant Reynolds, 12,729
4. Thomas Nelson, 10,606
5. John Tyler, 9,692
6. Virginia Western, 8,927
7. Germanna, 7,035
8. Lord Fairfax, 6,644
9. Southside Virginia, 6,305
10. Central Virginia, 5,420
11. Piedmont Virginia, 5,401
12. New River, 5,229
13. Blue Ridge, 4,883
14. Danville, 4,387
15. Southwest Virginia, 3,855
16. Wytheville, 3,783
17. Patrick Henry, 3,501
18. Rappahannock, 3,406
19. Mountain Empire, 3,383
20. Virginia Highlands, 2,875
21. Dabney S. Lancaster, 1,582
22. Paul D. Camp, 1,579
23. Eastern Shore, 987

Source: Virginia Community College System

CONFERENCE HOTELS
(based on square feet of available meeting space)

1. The National Conference Center, 276,750
2. The Homestead, 72,000
3. The Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center, 63,000
4. Norfolk Waterside Marriott and Convention Center, 60,000
5. Hyatt Regency Crystal City, 53,000
6. The Cavalier Hotel, 50,000
tie Hilton Alexandria Mark Center, 45,000
tie Lansdowne Resort & Conference Center, 45,000
tie The Williamsburg Lodge, 45,000
tie Williamsburg Marriott, 45,000
11. Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner, 40,000
tie Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles, 40,000
tie Wintergreen Resort & Conference Center, 40,000
14. Sheraton Norfolk Waterside, 35,000
15. Crystal Gateway Marriott, 33,000
16. Hyatt Regency Reston, 32,000
17. The Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner, 31,000
18. Doubletree Hotel Cyrstal City National Airport, 30,000
tie Richmond Marriott, 30,000
20. Renaissance Portsmouth Hotel & Waterfront Conference Center, 27,355
21. Crowne Plaza Williamsburg at Fort Magruder, 26,000
tie Holiday Inn Select Koger South Conference Center, 26,000
tie The Jefferson, 26,000
24. Newport News Marriott at City Center, 25,000
tie Sheraton National Hotel, 25,000
tie Sheraton Richmond West, 25,000
tie The Founders Inn & Spa, 25,000
tie Wyndham Virginia Crossings Hotel and Conference Center, 25,000
29. The Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center, 24,000
30. Boar’s Head Inn, 22,000
tie Hilton Richmond Hotel & Spa/Short Pump, 22,000
tie Sheraton Reston Hotel, 22,000
33. Williamsburg Hospitality House, 21,000

Source: Individual hotels.


CREDIT UNIONS

(based on total assets)

1. Navy Federal, $39.6 billion
2. Pentagon Federal, $14.0 billion
3. Northwest Federal, $2.0 billion
4. Virginia, $1.9 billion
5. Langley Federal, $1.7 billion
6. Chartway Federal, $1.3 billion
7. Apple Federal, $1.2 billion
8. State Department Federal, $1.2 billion
9. BayPort Credit Union, $1.1 billion
10. DuPont Community, $719.5 million
11. Wright Patman Congressional Federal, $621.9 million
12. 1st Advantage Federal, $504.4 million
13. Member One Federal, $484.6 million
14. Justice Federal, $484.4 million
15. United States Senate Federal, $465.7 million
16. University of Virginia Community, $455.7 million
17. ABNB Federal, $370.0 million
18. Call Federal, $307.7 million
19. CommonWealth One Federal, $289.1 million
20. Freedom First, $276.6 million
21. Belvoir Federal, $268.8 million
22. Martinsville DuPont, $261.6 million
23. NAPUS Federal, $257.7 million
24. NSWC Federal, $255.7 million
25. Fairfax County Federal, $247.1 million

Source: National Credit Union Administration


Divisions & Subsidiaries
(based on total revenue)

1. General Dynamics Information Systems and Technology, $10.8 billion
2. Ferguson Enterprises, $9.1 billion
3. Northrop Grumman Information Systems , $8.6 billion
4. Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding, $6.2 billion
5. Computer Sciences North American Public Sector, $6.1 billion
6. Raytheon Technical Services, $3.2 billion
7. McKesson Medical - Surgical, $2.8 billion
8. Northrop Grumman Technical Services, $2.8 billion
9. UPS Freight, $1.9 billion
10. CGI U.S. (including CGI, $1.4 billion
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Virginia, N/A
Verizon Virginia, N/A

Source: Individual companies; Virginia Business research


GENERAL CONTRACTORS

(Based on Virginia revenues 2009)

1. Turner Construction Co., $562.0 million
2. Balfour Beatty Construction, $523.3 million
3. Hensel Phelps Construction, $478.0 million
4. The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., $464.5 million
5. Gilbane Building Co., $420.0 million
6. W.M. Jordan Co., $410.2 million
7. KBS Inc., $268.0 million
8. HITT Contracting Inc., $262.0 million
9. Shirley Contracting, $205.0 million
10. Howard Shockey & Sons, $195.0 million
11. MEB General Contractors, $189.6 million
12. Nielsen Builders, $126.0 million
13. DPR Construction, $112.0 million
14. VIRTEXCO Corp., $109.5 million
15. S.B. Ballard Construction, $91.0 million
16. Kenbridge Construction Co., $67.0 million
17. Armada Hoffler, $63.7 million
18. Branch Highways, $55.0 million
19. Branch & Associates, $54.8 million
20. E.V. Williams Inc., $53.6 million
21. R.W. Murray Co., $51.2 million
22. Dietze Construction Group, $40.0 million
24. Martin Horn, $34.0 million
23. Scott-Long Construction, $32.0 million
25. EDC, $26.6 million
26. Structure Tone, $3.9 million

Source: Individual companies; Virginia Business research


HEALTH INSURERS

(based on premiums in Virginia in 2008)

1. Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, $3.8 billion
2. Optima Health Plan, $867.5 million
3. Health Keepers Inc., $860.1 million
4. UnitedHealthcare Insurance Co., $572.6 million
5. Humana Insurance, $553.4 million
6. Group Hospitalization and Medical Services, $438.7 million
7. Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States, $429.0 million
8. Virginia Premier Health Plan, $413.5 million
9. Aetna Life Insurance, $339.5 million
10. Southern Health Services Inc., $337.6 million
11. Aetna Health Inc. (a Maryland Corp.), $222.2 million
12. Priority Healthcare, $221.8 million
13. Connecticut General Life Insurance (CIGNA Healthcare), $200.8 million
14. CareFirst BlueChoice Inc., $194.5 million
15. Optimum Choice , $174.0 million
16. Peninsula Health Care Inc., $172.5 million
17. Guardian Life Insurance Co. of America, $169.9 million
18. Metropolitan Life Insurance, $165.6 million
19. Unum Life Insurance, $130.6 million
20. The Pyramid Life Insurance, $130.3 million
21. Delta Dental of Virginia, $129.6 million
22. Coventry Health and Life Insurance, $127.2 million
23. American Family Life Insurance of Columbus (Aflac), $125.5 million
24. Optima Health Insurance Co., $119.9 million
25. United Healthcare of the Mid-Atlantic Inc., $118.5 million

Source: State Corporation Commission


HOSPITALS
(based on 2008 net patient revenues)

1. Inova Fairfax, $1.1 billion
2. VCU Health System, $985.8 million
3. University of Virginia Medical Center, $930.8 million
4. Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital , $713.2 million
5. Sentara Norfolk General, $581.9 million
6. CJW Medical Center, $520.6 million
7. Mary Washington, $485.4 million
8. Winchester Medical Center, $431.8 million
9. Bon Secours St. Mary’s, $391.5 million
10. Henrico Doctors’, $385.1 million
11. Centra Health, $373.1 million
12. Riverside Regional Medical Center, $293.5 million
13. Virginia Hospital Center, $282.7 million
14. Inova Alexandria, $276.2 million
15. Rockingham Memorial, $264.8 million
16. Sentara Virginia Beach General, $247.3 million
17. Chesapeake Regional Medical Center, $243.4 million
18. Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center, $240.5 million
19. Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center, $235.6 million
20. Lewis-Gale Medical Center, $235.1 million

Source: Virginia Health Inforamtion


INSURANCE BROKERS
(based on 2009 Virginia revenues)

1. BB&T Insurance Services, $85.4 million
2. Rutherfoord , $66.5 million
3. Scott Insurance, $34.9 million
4. USI Insurance Services LLC, $32.0 million
5. Wells Fargo Insurance Services, $27.0 million
6. Willis of Virginia Inc, $20.0 million
7. Bankers Insurance LLC, $18.5 million
8. AH&T Insurance, $13.6 million
9. Aon Risk Services of Virginia, $8.0 million
10. Chas. Lunsford Sons & Associates, $6.0 million
11. Marsh/Mercer, WND
12. Tabb, Brockenbrough & Ragland, WND

Source: Individual firms.


LAW FIRMS
(Based on number of lawyers)

1. McGuireWoods LLP, 301
2. Hunton & Williams, 273
3. Williams Mullen, 223
4. Troutman Sanders LLP, 165
5. LeClairRyan, 163
6. Kaufman & Canoles, 118
7. Oblon, Spivak, McClelland, Maier & Neustadt, 105
8. Cooley Godward Kronish, 74
9. Hirschler Fleischer, 71
10. Sands Anderson Marks & Miller, 69
11. Oliff & Berridge, 67
12. Willcox & Savage, 65
tie Woods Rogers, 65
14. Watt, Tieder, Hoffar & Fitzgerald, 63
15. Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman, 62
tie Vandeventer Black, 62
17. Reed Smith, 56
18. Venable, 54
19. Gentry Locke Rakes & Moore LLP, 51
20. Hancock, Daniel, Johnson & Nagle, 50
tie Odin, Feldman & Pittleman, 50
22. Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney, 46
tie Nixon & Vanderhye , 46
24. Greenberg Traurig, 42
25. Christian & Barton, 41
tie Hogan & Hartson, 41
27. Bean, Kinney & Korman, 40
tie Rees Broome, 40
29. Greenblum & Bernstein, 38
tie Pender & Coward, 38
31. Holland & Knight, 37
32. Birch, Stewart, Kolasch & Birch, 36
33. Spotts Fain, 34
34. Goodman, Allen & Filetti, 33
35. Miles & Stockbridge , 32
36. ThompsonMcMullan PC, 29

Source: Individual firms.


LIFE INSURERS
(based on 2008 Virginia premiums)

1. Metropolitan Life Insurance, $234.6 million
2. Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance, $200.6 million
3. Minnesota Life Insurance, $195.3 million
4. New York Life Insurance, $123.0 million
5. Lincoln National Life Insuarnce, $114.4 million
6. Prudential Insurance, $106.4 million
7. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, $103.9 million
8. State Farm Life Insurance, $89.8 million
9. John Hancock Life Insurance, $70.8 million
10. Genworth Life and Annuity Insurance, $70.5 million
11. Aetna Life Insurance, $67.5 million
12. Monumental Life Insurance, $63.7 million
13. American General Life Insurance, $62.4 million
14. AXA Equitable Life Insurance, $60.6 million
15. USAA Life Insurance, $57.1 million
16. Guardian Life Insurance Co. of America, $56.8 million
17. New York Life Insurance and Annuity, $50.6 million
18. Transamerica Life Insurance Co., $50.4 million
19. American General Life and Accident Insurance, $45.4 million
20. Primerica Life Insurance, $42.7 million

Source: State Corporation Commission

 


COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
(based on portfolio of leasable square feet in Virginia)

1. CB Richard Ellis, 47,613,331
2. Thalhimer, A Member of the Cushman & Wakefield Alliance, 32,904,959
3. S.L. Nusbaum Realty Co., 23,096,684
4. Jones Lang LaSalle, 20,200,000
5. Divaris Real Estate, 16,856,012
6. Vornado/Charles E. Smith, 12,800,000
7. Hall Associates, 10,800,000
8. Grubb & Ellis, 9,600,000
9. Harvey Lindsay, 9,600,000
10. Porter Realty Company Inc./CORFAC International, 9,500,000
11. Grubb & Ellis|Harrison & Bates, 9,200,000
12. Liberty Property Trust, 9,180,000
13. Brandywine Realty Trust, 6,760,000
14. Poe & Cronk Real Estate Group, 6,518,000
15. Commonwealth Commercial Partners, 5,000,000
16. Ellis-Gibson Development Group/Commercial Real Estate Services, 4,873,800
17. The Wilton Cos., 3,500,000
18. The Shopping Center Group, 2,653,294
19. Highwoods Properties Inc., 2,641,968
20. The Runnymede Corp., 2,134,795

Source: Individual companies.


PRIVATE COMPANIES
(based on 2009 revenue or most recent fiscal year available)

1. Mars Inc., $30.0 billion
2. Performance Food Group, $93.0 billion
3. Hilton Worldwide, $77.0 billion
4. Booz Allen Hamilton, $4.5 billion
5. Brown Automotive Group, $29.5 billion
6. Southern States Cooperative, $1.8 billion
7. K-Va-T Food Stores, $1.8 billion
8. Estes Express Lines, $1.3 billion
9. Md. & Va. Milk Producers Cooperative, $11.2 billion
10. Rosenthal Automotive, $8.1 billion
11. HITT Contracting, $770.0 million
12. Long & Foster, $7.5 billion
13. Old Dominion Electric Cooperative, $713.1 million

Source: Individual companies, Virginia Business Research.


PUBLIC COMPANIES
(based on 2009 revenues or most recent trailing four quarters as of mid-February)

1. General Dynamics, $32.0 billion
2. Altria Group, $23.6 billion
3. Computer Sciences Corp., $16.0 billion
4. Dominion Resources, $15.1 billion
5. AES Corp., $14.3 billion
6. Capital One, $13.0 billion
7. Smithfield Foods, $11.6 billion
8. SAIC Inc., $10.7 billion
9. Genworth Financial, $9.1 billion
10. Owens & Minor, $8.0 billion
11. Norfolk Southern, $8.0 billion
12. CarMax, $7.1 billion
13. MeadWestvaco, $6.0 billion
14. Gannett Co., $5.6 billion
15. Advance Auto Parts, $5.5 billion
16. Dollar Tree Stores, $5.2 billion
17. Amerigroup Corp., $5.0 billion
18. NII Holdings, $4.2 billion
19. DynCorp International Inc., $3.3 billion
20. The Brink’s Co., $3.1 billion
21. Sallie Mae, $3.1 billion
22. CACI International, $2.9 billion
23. NVR Inc., $2.7 billion
24. Massey Energy, $2.7 billion
25. Alpha Natural Resources, $2.5 billion
26. Universal Corp., $2.5 billion
27. Markel Corp., $2.1 billion
28. Mantech International, $2.0 billion
29. SRA International, $1.6 billion
30. Sunrise Senior Living, $1.6 billion
31. NewMarket Corp., $1.5 billion
32. XO Holdings, $1.5 billion
33. Orbital Sciences Corp., $1.1 billion
34. VSE Corp., $1.1 billion
35. AvalonBay Communities, $878.2 million
36. Stanley Inc., $865.3 million
37. GTSI Corp., $780.5 million
38. Maximus, $749.9 million
39. Tredegar Corp., $681.2 million
40. James River Coal, $672.9 million
41. ICF International, $662.3 million
42. Media General, $657.6 million
43. ePlus inc, $638.0 million
44. NTELOS, $556.9 million
45. Colfax Corp., $553.4 million
46. Lumber Liquidators, $524.0 million
47. Strayer Education Inc., $479.0 million
48. American Woodmark, $476.7 million
49. Neustar Inc., $473.6 million
50. NCI, $445.4 million

Source: Virginia Business research.

 

 


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