November 3, 2007 |
Pasadena-based Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. agreed to buy Texas-based Carter & Burgess, adding 3,200 consultants and expanding in Southern and Western states. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed.
July 25, 2007 |
Construction services provider Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. said its fiscal third-quarter earnings rose nearly 48% on higher revenue from its technical professional services unit. The Pasadena company earned $74.8 million, or 61 cents a share, compared with $50.6 million, or 42 cents, a year earlier. Revenue increased 8% to $2.08 billion. Shares of Jacobs fell 71 cents to $64.98.
July 13, 2007 |
NASA awarded a contract worth as much as $561 million to a unit of construction services company Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. to provide facility operation services at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. Jacobs Technology Inc. won the 10-year deal, which has a three-year base and seven potential one-year options.
April 22, 2007 |
An "average" job review led a space engineer to buy a gun, then kill a co-worker he blamed for the appraisal and himself at NASA's Johnson Space Center, police said. The engineer, Bill Phillips, 60, left rambling notes saying his victim, David Beverly, 62, had called him stupid. Phillips, a contract employee at NASA for Pasadena-based Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.
January 24, 2007 |
Shares of Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., the second-largest U.S. engineering-services company, rose 9.2% on Tuesday after the company boosted its earnings forecast for the year. The shares jumped $7.39 to $87.85, their biggest gain in two years. They've risen 23% in the last year. Jacobs, based in Pasadena, raised its forecast for the year to $4 to $4.30 a share, above the $3.96 average estimate from analysts surveyed by Bloomberg. The company earned $3.27 last year.
July 26, 2006 |
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., a provider of engineering services to various industries, said fiscal third-quarter earnings rose 38% as sales surged. Net income was $50.6 million, or 84 cents a share, up from $36.6 million, or 62 cents, a year earlier. Analysts polled by Thomson Financial had expected earnings of 76 cents a share. Revenue rose 33% to $1.93 billion.