KBR Inc. - Statistics & Facts

Published by T. Wang, Mar 13, 2019
Formerly Kellog Brown & Root, KBR Inc. is among one of the largest engineering, procurement, and construction companies in the United States today. The KBR Tower, its headquarters, is located in Houston, Texas. KBR had stakes in several industries from the beginning: In 1962, Halliburton Energy Services acquired Brown & Root, a company found in 1919, and became primarily involved in building infrastructure for the Navy during the Vietnam War. In 1989, Halliburton acquired C.F. Braun Inc. and merged it with Brown & Root, forming Halliburton KBR. In 2007, Halliburton announced its separation from KBR, which had become the company’s primary contracting, engineering, and construction unit. Since then, the company has separated into three major businesses, including government services as well as technology and consulting. Today, KBR Inc. still receives most of its revenue from its government services segment.

KBR Inc. primarily provides services and products to the hydrocarbon and government services industries, operating in some 40 countries around the world. Their technology and consulting segment provides proprietary technology specializing in areas such refining, ammonia, fertilizers, largely through their subsidiaries. One of their subsidiaries, Granherne, is an oil and gas consultancy that is involved in the life cycle of hydrocarbon assets. In 2016, KBR Inc. acquired the California-based company Wyle, Inc. to expand their international, large-scale government logistics and support operations.

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