Vdara Condo Hotel
The Harmon Hotel,
Spa & Residences
MGM MIRAGE CityCenter
The 76-acre, 18-million-square-foot CityCenter is the largest privately financed project in the United States.
61-story, 4,000-room hotel tower designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects (New Haven, CT) with approximately 300,000 square feet of
meeting and convention space
Vdara Condo Hotel
57-story tower with approximately 1,543 residential units designed by RV Architects, LLC (New York) led by Rafael Viñoly
Two 37-story glass towers, each with approximately 337 condominium residences designed by Helmut Jahn (Chicago)
The Harmon Hotel, Spa & Residences
400-room hotel with approximately 200 condominium residences designed by Foster and Partners (London)
Mandarin Oriental, Las Vegas
Approximately 227 luxury condominium units (The Residences at Mandarin Oriental) atop a hotel tower designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox
Architects (New York)
A neighborhood of unique retail shops, dining and entertainment venues will feature international luxury brands and high-end couture
under a crystalline canopy. David Rockwell and Rockwell Group (New York) is designing the interiors. Exteriors designed by
Studio Daniel Libeskind (New York)
2007 2006 2005
(In thousands, except per share data)
Total Revenues $4,628,358 $3,042,839 $1,733,477
Pretax Income $ 154,395 $ 69,689 $ 6,921
Net Income $ 97,114 $ 41,536 $ 4,049
Basic Earnings per Common Share $ 3.62 $ 1.56 $ 0.21
Diluted Earnings per Common Share $ 3.54 $ 1.54 $ 0.20
New Contracts Awarded $3,744,642 $3,596,436 $8,479,786
Backlog at Year-End $7,567,665 $8,451,381 $7,897,784
Book Value per Common Share $ 13.65 $ 9.18 $ 6.86
Weighted Average Number of Common
Shares Outstanding 26,819 26,308 25,518
Revenues by Segment Backlog by Segment
(dollars in millions) (dollars in millions)
Building......................... $4,248.8 Building......................... $6,981.7
Civil ...................................... 234.8 Civil ...................................... 457.8
Management Services ...... 144.8 Management Services ...... 128.1
Income Before Taxes Working Capital Net Worth Book Value per Share
(dollars in millions) (dollars in millions) (dollars in millions) (dollars)
154.4 293.5 368.3 13.65
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* Adjusted to exclude the $40.4 million
charge resulting from the WMATA judgment
To Our Shareholders
2007 was a landmark year for Perini in which we benefitted from our strategy to pursue higher-margin, com-
plex projects, a capability we will enhance through a combination with Tutor-Saliba Corporation announced
in April 2008. For 2007, we reported $4.6 billion in revenues and $97.1 million in net income, the highest
ever recorded in our 114-year history. Our success this year was primarily the result of outstanding perform-
ances by our building and management services segments. Our building segment continued to execute
each of our large-scale hospitality and gaming projects effectively; Rudolph and Sletten reinforced its
position as a leader in the construction of healthcare, industrial and Native American gaming projects in
California; and James A. Cummings had a record year in terms of revenue and profit. Our management
services segment made a substantial contribution to profitability due to its task order work at U.S. govern-
ment facilities in Iraq and England, and surety completion projects in the U.S. We closed the year with
Ronald N. Tutor a backlog of $7.6 billion.
Chief Executive Officer
Perini: A Recognized Leader in Building Construction
Perini is proud to be known as the builder of choice for large-scale, complex projects due to our proven
ability to deliver projects on time and within budget. This expertise was evident in our work on the Trump
International Hotel & Towers in Las Vegas. We reached a major construction milestone when we topped
off the 645-foot, signature 24-carat gold tinted glass tower in May. A team of over 800 craftspeople worked
around the clock, constructing approximately one floor every six days. Now completed in early 2008, the
tower features a world-class spa and salon, a business center with meeting facilities, and a heated outdoor
pool with a spacious sundeck and bar.
We also made good progress on each of our other major gaming and hospitality contracts, including the
$5.5 billion MGM MIRAGE CityCenter and the $1.8 billion Cosmopolitan Resort and Casino in Las Vegas.
In addition, we are nearing completion on our two major projects in the Northeast—the $510 million
Robert Band MGM Grand at Foxwoods in Connecticut and the $795 million joint venture for the Gaylord National Resort
and Convention Center in Prince Georges County, Maryland.
Chief Operating Officer
Perini was recognized for our expertise and leadership in building construction in 2007. Perini Building
Company received the top three construction awards from the American Gaming Association for our
work on the Red Rock Casino Resort Spa in Las Vegas and Phase II of the Pechanga Resort & Casino in
California. Rudolph and Sletten was ranked the top builder of healthcare facilities in California by California
Construction magazine. James A. Cummings, Inc. received two construction safety awards from the
Central Florida Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors.
Demand in Key Markets Remains Strong
Demand continued in each of our key markets and geographic areas in 2007, adding a total of $3.7 billion
of new contract awards and additions to existing contracts to backlog. The building segment accounted for
$3.4 billion of new work awards in 2007. Approximately $1.5 billion of this was for additional work on our
large-scale projects in Las Vegas as these projects grew in both size and scope. The building segment also
benefitted from strong demand outside of Las Vegas, particularly in California and Florida. Rudolph and
Sletten added $1.6 billion in new work awards in California, including contracts for an office complex,
expansion of a medical center and construction of the Foothill Oaks Casino near Sacramento. James A.
Cummings added $146 million in new work awards, including contracts to build a high school in Orlando
and a parking structure at a shopping mall in Southern Florida.
The civil segment added $263 million in new work, including projects in New York City and Maryland.
Management services added $84 million in new awards to backlog, including $68 million in new task
orders for work in Iraq. In January 2008, Perini Management Services was one of ten contractors awarded
a Sustainment/Restoration & Modernization Acquisition Task Order Contract (SATOC) from the U.S. Air
Force under a $4.0 billion program.
The projects added to our backlog clearly demonstrate the diversity of our work and the robust pipeline
of opportunities available to Perini. At year end our backlog stood at $7.6 billion, including 92% cost plus
fee and guaranteed maximum price contracts. Although backlog declined 10% from $8.5 billion at the New Work Acquisition
end of 2006, this modest burn-off is a normal part of our business as we complete major building projects (dollars in millions)
and replace them with new large-scale projects.
Sustaining Momentum in 2008
The real story is the approximately $20 billion of targeted building project opportunities where Perini has
been in active discussions with repeat clients and new potential owners as well as the $3–4 billion targeted
civil projects on which we expect to make bids and proposals. We are keenly focused on sustaining the posi-
tive momentum of our business. We have identified this healthy pipeline of new projects in the hospitality Civil ...................................... 263.0
and gaming, healthcare and education markets in the Northeast, California, Florida and Las Vegas. We also Management Services ........ 84.0
see numerous opportunities for new work awards for our civil and management services segments.
Our significant backlog provides us with excellent revenue and earnings visibility into 2008. We anticipate
another record year of revenues and profit led by our building segment. We expect management services
will again make a strong contribution to our bottom line, and anticipate improvement in our civil segment
as work begins on several new projects.
Building for the Future
The year 2008 marks a historical juncture for Perini. We look forward to greatly enhancing our Company
through the recently-announced combination with Tutor-Saliba Corporation, a privately held company
substantially owned by our Chairman and CEO Ronald N. Tutor. The union of these two companies, with
total pro forma backlog at the end of 2007 surpassing $9 billion, will create the premier publicly-traded
general contractor in the United States, with operations spanning the continental U.S. and several over-
seas locations. The combined company will be a leading building contractor, particularly in the hospitality
and gaming market, as well as command a strong civil infrastructure market presence in California,
To Our Shareholders
Nevada and the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states. Perini will have an established position in the high-
growth construction market in Guam through Tutor-Saliba’s ownership of a local contractor which will
complement our management services’ traditional market of U.S. government work overseas. We are
planning for the enhanced revenues, profits and business opportunities that will be products of this union.
Perini and Tutor-Saliba have successfully performed in excess of $3.0 billion of joint venture projects
together since the mid-1970’s. We expect that this transaction, for which we are requesting approval
from our shareholders, will be accretive to earnings per share in its first full fiscal year.
A Special Committee made up of independent members of our Board, led by Michael R. Klein, lead
independent director, determined the transaction to be in the best interest of our shareholders, and
recommended it to the full Board, where it has unanimous support. As a condition of the agreements,
Ronald N. Tutor has committed to remain with the Company and retain a significant portion of the shares
he receives for at least five years following the closing.
Tutor-Saliba Corporation reported 2007 revenues and operating income of $1.2 billion and $52 million,
Year End Stock Price
respectively. Tutor-Saliba is a leading civil infrastructure and commercial building construction company
that focuses on large, complex projects. The Company has a strong pipeline of targeted building projects
and civil works programs and has significant capacity to self-perform critical construction specialties such
as concrete placement, site excavation and mechanical/electrical services. In a new market for us, they
own the largest contractor in Guam. Tutor-Saliba’s talented, hands-on management team will complement
our own, particularly in the Civil segment. We look forward to joining together these fine organizations and
reporting our progress to you over the coming year.
We would like to take this opportunity to welcome Kenneth R. Burk, who joined Perini in September 2007 as
Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Burk has over 24 years of experience in the engineer-
ing and construction industry. We look forward to the contributions he will make to Perini in the years ahead.
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In closing, we would like to thank all of our partners, clients and employees who have contributed to our
success. We would also like to thank our shareholders for your continued support and confidence in us.
We remain committed to maximizing the value of Perini.
Robert Band Ronald N. Tutor
President & Chief Operating Officer Chairman & Chief Executive Officer
Introduction to Operating Segments
2007: Management Approach Affirmed by Record Results
The success of a construction company is measured by its ability to convert backlog into profitable year-end results. Perini’s record earnings
for 2007—net income of $97.1 million—affirms the Company’s approach to project selection and execution. More importantly, 2007 was the
tenth consecutive year of positive net income and profit for the Company. The benefits of consistent performance are far-reaching, and serve
to strengthen our relationships with clients, financial partners and shareholders.
Our 2007 performance further solidifies Perini’s long-standing position as one of the leading construction services organizations in the
United States. Through three distinct operating segments—building, management services and civil—we offer diversified general contracting,
construction management and design-build services to private clients and public agencies throughout the world. During 2007, we performed
work on approximately 185 construction projects, with a workforce ranging from 3,800 to 4,450 employees.
Building Operations Management Services Civil Construction
Our building segment, comprised of Perini Our management services segment provides Our civil segment, comprised of Perini Civil and
Building Company, James A. Cummings, Inc., diversified construction, design-build and Cherry Hill Construction, focuses on competi-
and Rudolph and Sletten, focuses on large, maintenance services to the U.S. military and tively bid public works projects primarily in met-
complex projects in specialized construction government agencies as well as surety compa- ropolitan New York and northern New Jersey, the
markets including hospitality and gaming, nies and multi-national corporations in the mid-Atlantic States, and Florida. Year-to-year, our
health care, education, commercial office, United States and overseas. Our core manage- backlog includes the repair, replacement and
biotech/pharmaceutical, high-tech and sports ment team and record of successful fast-track reconstruction of the public infrastructure such
and entertainment. We value collaboration with performance makes us well suited to execute as highways, bridges, mass transit systems and
our clients, architects and subcontractors and rapid response assignments requiring sophisti- wastewater treatment facilities.
place a strong emphasis on preconstruction cated planning and global logistics. We are
planning to establish reliable budgets and team-centered and deliver the full-breadth of
schedules. Perini’s experience and resources to projects
throughout the world.
Our building companies—Perini Building Company, James A. Cummings,
Building Operations Profile Inc. and Rudolph and Sletten—enjoy strong reputations in their respective
(dollars in millions) geographic markets. They consistently generate repeat and referral business
from discerning owners such as MGM Mirage, Gaylord Hotels,Trump Organi-
End Markets 2007 Revenues 2008 Backlog*
zation and Kaiser Permanente. In 2007, building operations accounted for
Hospitality & Gaming $ 2,830.5 $5,388.7
92% of corporate revenues.
Healthcare $ 574.2 $ 872.3
Education $ 291.5 $ 186.3
We believe that relationships, including those with owners and architects,
Commercial Office $ 250.9 $ 325.0
Industrial $ 138.7 $ 115.1 are built on trust and that teamwork is essential to success. The discipline
Residential Condominiums $ 57.7 $ 2.7 of preconstruction planning is fundamental to our process, bringing up-to-
Sports & Entertainment $ 5.7 $ 72.8
the-minute market expertise to bear on key processes such as design,
Other $ 99.6 $ 18.8
procurement and construction sequencing in order to establish reliable
budgets and realistic schedules.
Project Locations Our success also results from our proven ability to manage and construct
large, complex projects with aggressive fast-track schedules and elaborate
architectural, mechanical and electrical designs. Our track record for
completing projects on time — sometimes early — is a distinct competitive
Nevada advantage in the markets on which we are focused, enabling clients to
New Jersey realize a sooner-than-expected return on investment.
Perini Building Company is widely recognized as the nation’s #1 builder
in the hospitality and gaming market by Engineering News-Record and
other industry publications. In the highly competitive hospitality and gaming
Perini Building Company, Inc.
industry, owners are frequently replacing outdated facilities with new high-
Craig W. Shaw, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
end destination resorts, or renovating and repositioning existing properties.
In 2007, Perini Building Company was awarded over $1 billion in additional
Las Vegas, Nevada
Framingham, Massachusetts work on hospitality and gaming projects already under construction.
James A. Cummings, Inc. In Florida, James A. Cummings, Inc. is a leader in the construction of
William R. Derrer, President
schools, municipal buildings and commercial developments. Experiencing
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida*
growth in its markets, Cummings’ 2007 revenues more than doubled those
of the previous year.
W. Palm Beach, Florida
Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. In California, Rudolph and Sletten was named the State’s top general
Martin Sisemore, Chief Executive Officer contractor by California Construction, a McGraw-Hill publication. Rudolph
Redwood City, California*
and Sletten specializes in the construction of health care, Native American
hospitality and gaming, biotech, pharmaceutical and high-tech projects
and is ranked among the nation’s top green building contractors.
San Diego, California
(from top to bottom)
Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center, MD
The Harlyne J. Norris Research Tower, USC, CA
MGM Grand at Foxwoods, CT
Fort Pierce Central High School, FL
Perini Corporation has been supporting the Department of Defense with
Management Services Profile construction of facilities and infrastructure since the 1940s, and has been
(dollars in millions) leading design-build teams for the U.S. government since the early 1980s.
In 2007, Perini Management Services, Inc. proved once again to be a
End Markets 2007 Revenues 2008 Backlog*
valuable partner in support of U.S. military and government operations
U.S. Government Services $131.4 $119.2
throughout the world, especially in the Central Command (CENTCOM)
Surety and Other $ 13.4 $ 8.9
Area of Operations (including Iraq and Afghanistan), providing diversified
construction, design-build and maintenance services.
Our competitive position is enhanced by our long-standing relationship with
CENTCOM Area of Operations (Iraq et al) the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, our ability to effectively lead specialized
United Kingdom engineering and construction teams, and our planning and execution of rapid
response assignments and multi-year contracts. In addition, we have demon-
strated consistently superior performance on competitively bid or negotiated
multi-year, multi-trade, task order and Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity
(ID/IQ) construction programs.
Perini Management Services, Inc.
Robert Band, President
By virtue of our experience, team leadership and technical capabilities, we
Kuwait City, Kuwait are the “go to” contractor for overhead coverage protection projects through-
out Iraq. These structures, built over high-density gathering facilities such
LSA Anaconda, Iraq
as dining halls and PXs, protect U.S. and Coalition Forces from attack.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
General David H. Petraeus, Commander of the Multi-National Force – Iraq,
San Antonio, Texas and Brigadier General Michael J. Walsh, Commander of the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers Gulf Region Division, recognized us for our quality and timely
construction services under this program.
Our new client, Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment
(AFCEE), is extremely pleased with Perini’s performance at the Royal Air
Force Menwith Hill Station in the United Kingdom under our 10-year,
Heavy Engineering, Repair and Construction (HERC) contract with AFCEE.
We expect this task order to lead to additional work at the facility.
In January 2008, Perini was awarded a Sustainment/Restoration & Modern-
ization Acquisition Task Order Contract (SATOC) from the U.S. Air Force
(USAF) for maintenance, repair and replacement of buildings, pavements;
POL — petroleum, oils, and lubricants — fuel systems and utilities at installa-
tions around the world. The SATOC program is currently funded at $4 billion
to support USAF base infrastructure and contingency operations over the
next 10 years. Contractors were selected “based on overall best value to the
government including past experience and willingness to perform work in
remote, austere and hostile environments.”
We also provide diversified management services on a rapid response basis
to surety companies and multi-national corporations. Upon notification from
a surety of a contractor bond default, we provide management or general con-
tracting services to fulfill the contractual and financial obligations of the surety.
(from top to bottom)
Overhead Coverage Protection, Iraq
Entry Control Point, Iraq
Aircraft Acoustical Enclosure, U.S.
Vanderbilt Infrastructure, U.S.
Perini Civil and Cherry Hill Construction are stewards of our Company’s
Civil Operations Profile 114-year-old reputation as one of the nation’s most highly regarded civil con-
(dollars in millions) tractors. We specialize in competitively bid, public works construction, and
the repair, replacement and reconstruction of infrastructure, primarily in the
End Markets 2007 Revenues 2008 Backlog*
northeastern and mid-Atlantic United States.
Highways $116.1 $158.8
Bridges $ 67.7 $115.0
In 2007, the construction and rehabilitation of highways and bridges was the
Mass Transit $ 6.2 $141.6
mainstay of our operations. Revenues from highway and bridge construction
Site Development $ 14.8 $ 0.6
Wastewater and Other $ 30.0 $ 41.8 were more than double those from markets in which we have traditionally
been successful in the past, mass transit and wastewater treatment. In 2008
however, we will begin the multi-year construction of the $139 million Harold
Structures mass transit project—the reconfiguration of an Amtrak/LIRR
Rail Yard located in Queens, New York. This project is necessary as part
of Long Island Railroad’s East Side Access project that will bring commuter
rail service from Long Island into Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan.
Our technical capabilities, financial strength and outstanding performance
Office Locations on challenging civil works projects such as the JFK AirTrain and the AirTrain
Terminal at Jamaica Station, Boston’s Central Artery/Tunnel project, and
Perini Civil Construction
the rehabilitation of the Triborough, Whitestone and Williamsburg bridges
John A. Loftus, President
in New York City preeminently qualify us for projects in situations where
Peekskill, New York*
smaller, less diversified contractors are unable to meet minimum require-
ments. We are an attractive partner on the largest infrastructure projects and
prestigious design-build-operate-maintain (DBOM) contracts, which combine
Cherry Hill Construction, Inc.
John A. Loftus, President and Chief Executive Officer the nation’s top contractors with engineering firms, equipment manufactur-
ers and project development consultants in a competitive bid selection
process to execute highly sophisticated public works projects.
In addition to the Harold Structures mass transit contract, other civil opera-
tions in 2008 will include progressing the deck replacement on the Tappan
Zee Bridge in New York, completing the Passaic River Bridge in New Jersey,
as well as the construction of express toll lanes along I-95 in Maryland by
Cherry Hill Construction.
(from top to bottom)
Brooklyn Queens Expressway Reconstruction, NY
Taylor Street Bridge, MD
Tappan Zee Bridge Deck Replacement, NY
Company Milestones 2007
First Quarter Rudolph and Sletten Inc. project, Moffett Park Towers, ranked #3 “Top
Project” by California Construction and named “Top Office Project” overall.
Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. completes Museum of Contemporary Art
Projects under construction by Rudolph and Sletten, Inc.— 500 Capitol
San Diego (CA).
Mall, Kaiser Permanente Roseville Medical Office Building II, Hitachi
Perini Management Services, Inc. (PMSI) receives Letter of Appreciation Global Storage Technologies, Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation
from New York Air National Guard re: New Munitions Storage Complex, Parking Structure and Site Improvements, and Bakersfield Memorial
Hancock Field, Syracuse, NY. Hospital — ranked among year’s top projects by California Construction.
James A. Cummings, Inc. awarded first LEED Project, $30 million Florida PMSI awarded U.S. Army Corps of Engineers “Project Delivery Team
Atlantic University College of Engineering & Computer Science Building. Merit Award,” Overhead Coverage System Program.
John A. Loftus, P.E. appointed President, Perini Civil.
PMSI awarded 2007 Platinum Award for Engineering Excellence, Over-
head Coverage System Program, Iraq, American Council of Engineering
Kenneth R. Burk named Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer.
Companies (ACEC) of Massachusetts.
James A. Cummings, Inc. awarded $40 million contract for Total Program
PMSI-led team receives National Engineering Excellence Award by ACEC.
Management by Broward County Schools (FL).
Perini Building Company, Inc. receives Preservation Achievement Award
Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. named general contractor for $200 million
from Boston Preservation Alliance for 128 Beacon Street project.
Foothill Oaks Casino, Placerville, CA.
Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. completes Harlyne J. Norris Research Tower
Second Quarter at University of Southern California.
Perini Building Company, Inc. named “Top General Building Contractor”
for Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico (ranked No. 1 in Nevada) by
Southwest Contractor, a McGraw-Hill Publication.
James A. Cummings, Inc. completes $33 million Pines Middle School,
Perini Building Company, Inc. named “Construction Company of the Year
for a Casino/Resort” by American Gaming Association. Red Rock Casino-
Resort-Spa wins “Best Casino/Resort Construction Project over $100 mil-
Perini announces new work in Iraq worth $68.5 million.
lion.” Pechanga Resort & Casino, Phase II wins “Best Tribal
Casino/Resort Construction Project.” James A. Cummings, Inc. awarded Eagle Award—“Most Outstanding
Project, Education”—for Wolf Lake Middle/Elementary School by
Modern Healthcare ranks Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. No. 5 among
Associated Builders and Contractors, Central Florida Chapter.
U.S. general contractors in Healthcare.
Cherry Hill Construction, Inc. “Project of the Year Safety Award”
California Construction, a McGraw-Hill Publication, ranks Rudolph and
presented to I-895 NB GP Bridges.
Sletten, Inc. Top Contractor for Healthcare in California (based on revenues).
Perini Corporation announces retirement of Director James A. Cummings.
James A. Cummings, Inc. awarded $74 million New Timber Creek High
School for Orange County Public Schools (FL). Perini Civil awarded $139 million contract to construct Harold Structures
for New York MTA, AMTRAK, and Long Island Rail Road.
Perini Building Company, Inc. names Craig W. Shaw Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer, Perini Building Company, Inc., Richard J. Rizzo Vice Cherry Hill Construction awarded $87 contract on the I-95 Express
Chairman, and Mark A. Caspers President, Chief Operating Officer. Toll Lanes Project.
Perini Building Company named “Construction Company of the Year” Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. awarded Construction Employers’ Association
for Red Rock Casino-Resort-Spa at Global Gaming Institute. Excellence in Safety Award.
Perini Corporation ranked No. 1 in the Boston Globe’s Annual Globe 100 Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. awarded contract to build Moffett Towers Parcel
List of Best Performing Companies. 3 located in northern California, valued at approximately $230 million.
Perini Building Company tops off Tower I of Trump International Hotel James A. Cummings, Inc. completes $62.5 million Palm Beach Interna-
& Towers, Las Vegas. tional Airport Parking Garage.
Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. Corporate Headquarters awarded Gold LEED James A. Cummings, Inc. completes $39.5 million Coconut Grove
CI certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. Condominium, Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
The Lawrence Berkeley (CA) National Laboratory Molecular Foundry, Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. ranked by Sustainable Industries Magazine
built by Rudolph and Sletten, Inc. awarded the Gold LEED certification No. 7 for the 2008 LEED Commercial Interiors (CI) Certification on the
by the U.S. Green Building Council. West Coast, and No. 5 for number of LEED Accredited Professionals
on the West Coast.
James A. Cummings, Inc. receives STEP Platinum Safety Award from
Associated Builders and Contractors, Central Florida Chapter.
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Senior Vice President & Mark A. Caspers Chairman, CoStar Group (trading symbol: PCR) is listed on
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Chief Operating Officer
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Vice President & Age: 72 Elected Director: 2000
Controller EEO Policy
Cherry Hill Construction, Inc. Robert L. Miller (2) Perini Corporation is committed to
Anthony J. Buccitelli Private Investor the principles of Equal Employment
Vice President Kevin J. Woods Age: 67 Elected Director: 2004 Opportunity and Affirmative Action.
Legal Executive Vice President/General This commitment requires that the
Manager Raymond R. Oneglia (1,2*,3) Corporation comply with all applicable
Douglas V. Mure Vice Chairman, statutes, regulations, and government
Vice President O&G Industries, Inc. orders pertaining to non-discriminating
Human Resources & Perini Management Services, Inc. Age: 60 Elected Director: 2000 employment practices and also that
Risk Management we provide an atmosphere within
Robert Band the Corporation that will assure all
(1) Audit Committee
President persons the opportunity to succeed
(2) Compensation Committee
on their own merit, without regard
(3) Corporate Governance &
Claude K. Olsen to race, color, religion, national origin,
Senior Vice President sex, age, disability or their status
Operations as a special disabled veteran or
Compliance with NYSE Corporate Governance Listing Standards
Annually, our Chief Executive Officer is required to certify to the New York
Stock Exchange that he is not aware of any violation by the company of
NYSE corporate governance listing standards as of the date of that certifica-
tion, qualifying that certification to the extent necessary.
Project Management: Field Communications
Creative: Beagan Design
On June 6, 2007, our Chief Executive Officer submitted such Photography: Charles Field / various
certification, which contained no qualification. Cover photo: Aerotech Specialists, Inc.
Photo of Harlyne J. Norris Research Tower
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