|Bid||0.00 x 900|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||84.65 - 85.85|
|52 Week Range||73.73 - 98.08|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||N/A|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||14.09|
|Earnings Date||Feb 04, 2020 - Feb 10, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||103.14|
Jacobs (NYSE:J) was selected by England's Environment Agency to design, develop and implement the National Flood Risk Assessment 2 (NaFRA2), a pioneering cloud computing system that will help create a step-change in the quality and scope of England's national flood risk information.
Jacobs (NYSE:J) has been awarded a contract to design and build a new Commercial Vehicle Advanced Propulsion Laboratory for Ford at its Dunton Campus and U.K. headquarters in Essex. The appointment follows Ford's announcement of an overall investment of $28 million (£23 million) to construct the new facility.
Jacobs (NYSE:J) was selected by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to provide Research Laboratory Support (RLS) for the EPA Office of Research and Development at Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. With a maximum potential award to Jacobs of $100 million over a five-year base period, the contract went into effect April 1, 2020.
Jacobs (NYSE:J) was awarded an extension to the Johnson Space Center Engineering, Technology and Science (JETS) contract at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. Jacobs will continue providing critical support to JSC's Engineering Directorate and Exploration, Integration, and Science Directorate to provide integrated engineering design, testing, verification supporting NASA's Artemis program to land the first woman and next man on the moon, preparing us for human missions to Mars.
Jacobs (NYSE:J) is pleased to announce that Major General Tim Byers has been promoted to lead the company's Federal & Environmental Solutions (F&ES;) business, including support to U.S. government agencies and commercial clients responding to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Jacobs (NYSE:J), in collaboration with Principal Investigator Dr. David Hanigan with the University of Nevada, Reno, is participating in a research and development grant from the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) for Rapid Site Profiling of Organofluorine: Quantification of PFASs by Combustion Gas Analysis.
On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, Jacobs (NYSE:J) released a Climate Action Plan that outlines the commitments the company is making to help abate the climate crisis.
Jacobs (NYSE:J) was selected to support the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (SDCRAA) in continuing their $3 billion expansion program to enhance the airfield and replace the aging Terminal 1 at San Diego International Airport (SAN) with a newly expanded terminal. This selection is the latest in Jacobs' history of serving the SDCRAA at SAN through its work in support of the ongoing Airport Development Plan (ADP). Dating back to 2005, Jacobs has provided strategic consulting services, most recently leading the development of the ADP, successfully delivering the State Final Environmental Impact Report, and working to finalize the Federal Environmental Assessment for the ADP.
Denver Business Journal dismissed its public-records lawsuit against Denver International Airport after officials produced the names.
Jacobs Engineering Group (J) partners with the City of Wilmington to operate one of the country's largest public-private partnerships for wastewater operations.
The firm's top brass are taking a 10 percent decrease in pay in order to donate $1 million to coronavirus relief, according to a statement from CEO Steve Demetriou.
Jacobs Engineering Group (J) wins a framework contract by the Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) for Sweden's high-speed rail contract.
Jacobs Engineering (J) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
Quanta Services' (PWR) fourth-quarter 2019 results benefit from strategic initiatives. Yet, softness in the Pipeline and Industrial Infrastructure Services business offsets the positives.
KAI Enterprises has hired Brad Simmons to serve in the newly created role of managing partner of the Maryland Heights design-build company. Simmons, who spent years with Jacobs (NYSE: JEC), will oversee KAI's professional services portfolio and directly lead its architecture and engineering business as president of KAI Design.
Chicago-based United Airlines (NYSE: UAL) CEO Oscar Munoz told Denver Business Journal that he has been impressed with how the city of Denver — and Denver International Airport itself — is handling its $3.5 billion five-year capital improvement construction program. In particular, he applauded city officials’ willingness to discuss changes to the Great Hall project, which is one of several construction projects going on at the airport as part of the program. “With any good healthy relationship, we're always going to have agreements and disagreements and we voice them and we talk,” Munoz said.
Ryanair <RYA.I> Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs, who spearheaded the airline's drive to improve customer service, is to leave his position after six years at the end of April to pursue other challenges, he told Reuters on Monday. Jacobs, who joined Ryanair at the start of 2014, was the architect of the airline's 'Always Getting Better' drive to improve customer service and was charged with overhauling the company's web site to adapt to individual customer preferences. "I will enjoy a summer off with family and then look for my next challenge," Jacobs said.
Several members of the Denver City Council’s Business, Arts, Workforce & Aviation Services Committee expressed concerns regarding subcontractor payments and project scope reductions for Denver International Airport’s Great Hall renovations at a meeting Wednesday. “It’s subcontractors that still have outstanding payments that they are working through the process of trying to get paid... for work that they did,” Debbie Ortega, a committee member and at-large member of the Denver City Council, told Denver Business Journal after the meeting. The discussion came after DIA officials presented the details of a $195 million contract with Greeley-based Hensel Phelps Construction Co. to the committee for work on the Great Hall, which is DIA’s main hall under the Jeppesen Terminal.