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How the list comes together...................................50

Top 100 private companies ....................................63

Index of the Top 100 private companies..............52

Top employers by parish .........................................93

Day-in-the-life photo essays...................................54

Top nonprofits........................................................ 102

A look back.................................................................83

Top New Orleans area private companies ...... 105

Revenue by industry.................................................84

Top Lafayette area private companies.............. 106

Top three companies by industry...........................87

Top Lake Charles area private companies....... 108

Ups and downs..........................................................88

Louisiana’s top public companies ..................... 110

Meet the freshmen class..........................................90

Highest paid public Louisiana CEOs............... 112

On the brink ...............................................................91 Did you know?...........................................................96 Top 100 executive survey........................................99

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How the list comes together IN THE SPRING, Business Report sent announcements and emails to all companies on our recent Top 100 lists as well as to those identified as possible qualifiers and those suggested by readers. We also placed notices on our websites, asking companies to post their information or submit it to us. We followed up with emails, phone calls and research to confirm the data. In some cases we looked at related industry performance reports and other business compilations to estimate revenue. Some companies declined to reveal their numbers, so we relied on public information and sources to make reasonable estimates. Those companies are denoted in the list’s footnotes. Companies were ranked according to their reported or estimated revenue for the most recently completed fiscal year, which in most cases was the calendar year 2016. We thank all the participating Top 100 companies in preparing this year’s list.

Sharing our own WE AREN’T AMONG the Top 100 private companies, although we’d like to be. But because we ask for your numbers, we will share ours. Louisiana Business Inc. publishes Business Report, 225, inRegister and 10/12 Industry Report, the Daily Report AM and Daily Report PM e-newsletters, as well as a variety of other online and contract publications. In 2016, LBI total revenue was $9,728,584, down 7.2% from the $10,486,616 in 2015. The company has 63 full-time Issue Date: 3rd Qtr Ad proof #1 at the corporate headquarters on Jefferson employees, all working in Baton Rouge • Please respond by e-mail or faxRolfe with your approval or Jr. minor revisions. Highway. Chairman McCollister founded the company in 1982. President • AD WILL RUN AS IS unless approval or final revisions and CEO Julio Melara is a partner in the company. are received by the close of business today.

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Acme Refrigeration of Baton Rouge............................... 76 Aerial Access Equipment.................................................. 80 All Star Automotive Group................................................ 63 Area Wholesale Tire Company........................................ 78 Arkel Group.......................................................................... 69 Associated Grocers........................................................... 63 AWC...................................................................................... 65 B. Olinde & Sons Co.......................................................... 73 Barber Brothers Contracting Co..................................... 80 Beard Construction Group............................................... 76 Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana....................... 63 Boh Bros. Construction Co.............................................. 65 Brian Harris Automotive Group........................................ 69 Brown & Root ...................................................................... 63 Cajun Industries................................................................... 63 Capitol City Produce.......................................................... 75 Capitol Companies............................................................. 73 Classic Industrial Services Inc......................................... 78 CMA Technology Solutions.............................................. 76 Community Coffee Company........................................... 66 CSRS.................................................................................... 80 DEMCO................................................................................ 66 Dream Motor Group........................................................... 65 Dupre’ Logistics.................................................................. 69 EATEL Corp......................................................................... 69 EXCEL Group...................................................................... 63 Fabre Group......................................................................... 69 Ferrara Fire Apparatus....................................................... 70 Ford, Bacon & Davis........................................................... 66 G.E.O. Heat Exchangers................................................... 79 Gardner Realtors................................................................. 80 Gerry Lane Enterprises...................................................... 65 Group Industries................................................................. 75 Guaranty Group.................................................................. 75 Gulf Coast Office Products.............................................. 80

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Hargrove and Associates.................................................. 66 Hollingsworth Richards Auto Group............................... 66 ISC Constructors................................................................ 65 J.B. James Construction.................................................... 76 Kearns Enteprises............................................................... 65 Kleinpeter Farms Dairy....................................................... 80 L&B Holdings and Subsidiaries....................................... 70 Lard Oil Company Group.................................................. 66 Latter & Blum Companies ................................................ 73 Lavigne Oil Co..................................................................... 73 Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry................................................. 76 Level Homes ........................................................................ 73 Lipsey’s.................................................................................. 65 Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corporation (LWCC)............................................................................. 69 LUBA Casualty Insurance Company.............................. 75 Lyons Specialty Co............................................................. 69 Manda Fine Meats............................................................... 78 MAPP..................................................................................... 70 Mc B.R. Management Co./ Valluzzo Family Restaurants BR Distribution............. 70 Milton J. Womack................................................................ 66 MMR Group......................................................................... 63 Mockler Beverage Company............................................ 73 Moody-Price......................................................................... 76 Morel G. Lemoine Distributors......................................... 78 Pala Group........................................................................... 73 Performance Contractors.................................................. 63 Postlethwaite & Netterville................................................ 76 PreSonus Audio Electronics............................................. 78 Price LeBlanc....................................................................... 65 ProSource Wholesale Flooring........................................ 76 Provident Resources Group............................................. 73 Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers...................................... 63

Ralph Sellers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ralph Sellers Hyundai..................................................... 69 Ralph’s Market..................................................................... 78 Republic Finance................................................................ 66 Richard Oil and Fuel Holding Co..................................... 75 Robinson Brothers Ford Lincoln ..................................... 70 Roofing Solutions................................................................ 80 Rotolo’s Pizzeria................................................................... 80 Royal Nissan........................................................................ 73 Salsbury’s Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram9.......................... 73 Setpoint Integrated Solutions........................................... 66 ShoppersChoice.com........................................................ 75 Smith Tank & Steel.............................................................. 70 Specialty Welding And Turnarounds............................... 70 Sterling International........................................................... 65 Stonetrust Commercial Insurance Co............................ 76 Stuart & Company General Contractors........................ 78 Surgical Specialty Center of Baton Rouge................... 78 Team Automotive Group.................................................... 66 The Celtic Group................................................................. 70 The Coastal Companies.................................................... 75 The Lemoine Company...................................................... 69 The NeuroMedical Center Clinic..................................... 70 The Newtron Group............................................................ 65 The Spine Hospital of Louisiana at The NeuroMedical Center........................................ 69 Tony’s Seafood/Louisiana Fish Fry Products................ 76 Turner Industries Group..................................................... 63 Utility Holdings dba Baton Rouge Water Co................ 75 Valluzzo Companies............................................................ 70 Volks Constructors............................................................. 78 Wampold Companies........................................................ 75 Westgate.............................................................................. 80 Window World..................................................................... 75 Woodrow Wilson Construction Co................................. 78

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in the A of a TOP 100 PRIVATE COMPANY IT TAKES A VILLAGE From accounting to selling zucchini, the companies on our annual Top 100 list cover a wide spectrum of products and services offered, as well as industry sectors. Despite these differences, each share the bond of success being defined by the contributions from each member of their respective team. Photographers Collin Ritchie and Don Kadair spent a day with three companies on this year’s list—Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry, Manda Fine Meats and DEMCO—to chronicle the people who work together to make each business a success.

Scott Berg serves as Baton Rouge market president and has become the public face of Lee Michaels in recent years, serving on several community and philanthropic boards.

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Sales associates Mark Hendricks and Jason Morris (below) are part of the sales team assisting customers with their purchases from name designers as well as a Lee Michaels line of jewelry.


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The company, founded by Lee Michael Berg, has expanded from one Baton Rouge store to eight locations in six cities and is currently run by Scott Berg and his two brothers.

The assistant merchandise manager evaluates gemstones that will become part of the Lee Michaels line of jewelry and the company, as members of the American Gem Society, has qualified professions for insurance valuations and other gemological services.

LEE MICHAELS FINE JEWELRY

Designer Mariella Brochard produces the company’s catalogues and promotional material.

WHAT BEGAN WITH one Baton Rouge store in 1978 has grown into one of the largest independent jewelry stores in the country. Founded by Lee Michael Berg and his wife, Brenda—and now run by his three sons, Scott, Ryan and Chad—Lee Michaels and its signature red box accented with a black ribbon and bow has become the symbol for fine jewelry in the Baton Rouge community. Over the past 35-plus years, the company has expanded into New Orleans, Lafayette, Shreveport, Jackson, Mississippi, and San Antonio. In recent years, Lee Michaels has been reinvesting in its existing markets, relocating or remodeling seven of the company’s eight stores. The returns have paid off, with the company posting $54.6 million in revenues in 2016, up slightly from the previous year and good enough to move up three spots to No. 76 on this year’s Top 100 list. PHOTOGRAPHY BY COLLIN RICHIE

Experts are on staff for jewelry and watch care and repair services.

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MANDA FINE MEATS

PH OTO E SSAY

Workers begin rolling the sausage links onto bars, or sticks, as they prepare to send the product to the smokehouse.

THE FLAVOR MAY say it all, but it’s dialect is a combination of Sicilian and Cajun influences created in 1947 by brothers Vincent, John and Bennie Manda. Starting what was then called the Manda Brothers Provisions Company, the three sold flavored smoked sausages, andouille, boudin, hog head cheese and deli meats. Today, Manda Fine Meats is owned and operated by three of Vincent Manda’s grandsons, with Bobby Yarborough serving as the company’s CEO since 1997. Under Yarborough’s leadership, the Manda family business has expanded and thrived. Today, the company has some 175 employees and its products are sold in 15 states. While its core market remains along the Gulf Coast, company officials say they are looking to further expand their market presence. Though 2016 was a down year in terms of revenue, slipping 3.9% to $43.9 million, Manda has posted steady gains in recent years. Even so, the company climbed two spots to No. 83 in this year’s Top 100 rankings. PHOTOGRAPHY BY COLLIN RICHIE

The process of making sausage begins by weighing the raw products by batch size.

Each “stick” of rolled sausage is placed on a cart that’s rolled into the smokehouse for cooking.

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Supervisor Dan Sisson checks the smoking progress.

Carts are rolled into the ovens for cooking and smoking. Workers take the individual boxes of sausage (right) and put them into larger boxes for shipping.

Cooked sausage comes out of the smokehouse and moves to packaging.

Sausage is moved from the warehouse to 18-wheelers and delivered to retailers across the Gulf South.

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DEMCO DEMCO, WHICH began as a nonprofit membership corporation in 1938 serving some 750 members in three parishes, has grown to become the largest electric cooperative in the state, providing power for 102,000 members in seven southeast Louisiana parishes— Ascension, East Baton Rouge, Livingston, St. Helena, Tangipahoa, and East and West Feliciana. Being one of the nation’s fastest growing cooperatives doesn’t come without its challenges—especially from Mother Nature. Twice in the past five years, including last summer’s record-setting flood, severe weather left wide swaths of its customers without power, forcing repair crews into dangerous action. Corporate growth is evident on the bottom line, with DEMCO posting $207.3 million in revenue in 2016, up slightly from the previous year, and enough to move the company up one spot to No. 26 on this year’s Top 100 list. PHOTOGRAPHY BY DON KADAIR

Dusty Guarino (foreground) and manager Carl Westbook review designs of new and existing infrastructure to keep service maps up-to-date.

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Mark Phillips (left), district line supervisor, and crew leader Cody Glascock inspect a service truck before it heads out for calls. Andy Costello works on an electronic recloser, equipment used to reduce outage response times.


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Updated technology at substations enables safer and more reliable delivery of services to customers.

Field Engineer Wayne Stevenson is among those who design new infrastructure to account for the expansion of existing subdivisions and other construction developments.

Electronic technicians in the systems operation department perform equipment tests.

Cody Glascock is working the lines as part of DEMCO’s continuing education program at the company’s training facility.

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BROWN & ROOT

5

#

INDUSTRIAL SERVICES AND SUPPLY $830,000,000

RAISING CANE’S CHICKEN FINGERS

FOOD/BEVERAGE WHOLESALE/RETAIL $744,000,000

Top 100 private companies Ranked by 2016 revenue. PREV. RANK

COMPANY ADDRESS

2016 REVENUE 2015 REVENUE

% CHANGE

TOTAL EMPLOYEES LOCAL EMPLOYEES YEAR FOUNDED

TOP LOCAL EXECUTIVE(S)

NATURE OF BUSINESS

1

1

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana 5525 Reitz Ave., Baton Rouge 70809

$3,435,985,000 $3,315,476,000

3.6

2,471 2,358 1934

Dr. I. Steven Udvarhelyi

Health insurance

2

2

Turner Industries Group 8687 United Plaza Blvd., Baton Rouge 70809

$2,641,424,548 $2,971,007,676

(11.1)

18,572 9,794 1961

Roland Toups, Thomas Turner, Billy Guitreau

Full-service general contractor Modular fabrication and installation Civil/structural/mechanical/equipment and rigging

3

3

Performance Contractors 9901 Pecue Lane, Baton Rouge 70810

$1,520,000,000 $1,530,000,000

(0.7)

8,000 5,500 1979

Art Favre, Kevin Courville, Julius Mabile, Lee Jenkins, Willie Lefever, Christian Fast, Dane Bailey, Matt Villere

Industrial construction Pipe fabrication Maintenance

4

6

Brown & Root 2600 Citiplace Drive, Ste. 500, Baton Rouge 70809

$830,000,000 $625,000,000

32.8

9,100 WND 2015

Andy Dupuy, Fred McManus, Jonathan Batarseh

Industrial engineering, construction, maintenance, turnaround and specialty (painting, scaffolding insulation) services

5

7

Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers 100 North St., Ste. 802, Baton Rouge 70802

$744,000,000 $580,608,000

28.1

14,000 1,000 1996

Todd Graves, Matt Massey

Restaurant chain

6

8

Cajun Industries 15635 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70817

$721,352,000 $560,000,000

28.8

3,500 2,500 1973

Todd Grigsby, Mike Moran, Milton Graugnard, Shane Recile

General, civil and mechanical construction Deep foundations/marine work/fabrication Building construction/trucking services

7

4

MMR Group 15961 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70817

$695,000,000 $705,000,000

(1.4)

3,500 1,950 1985

James "Pepper" Rutland

Electrical and instrumentation construction

8

5

Associated Grocers 8600 Anselmo Lane, Baton Rouge 70810

$645,000,000 $695,000,000

(7.2)

697 574 1950

Emile Breaux

Wholesale grocery distributor

9

9

All Star Automotive Group 13000 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge 70815

$544,198,827 $494,173,545

10.1

716 716 1987

Matthew McKay

Automobile sales and service

10

12

EXCEL Group 8641 United Plaza Blvd., Baton Rouge 70809

$540,000,000 $532,000,000

1.5

WND 2,200 1983

David Roberts, Jeff Smith

Pipe fabrication Civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation engineering

NR=Not ranked. WND=Would not disclose. Information was provided upon request from company representatives or reliable industry sources, and Business Report assumes the data are accurate and truthful. Not all private companies are shown, only those providing requested information with 2016 revenue of $22,900,000 or more. Top 100 private companies featured in Business Report's Listmakers must be headquartered in the nine-parish Capital Region and have at least one location or facility in the Capital Region, unless otherwise noted. If you would like your company to be considered for next year’s list, or if there are any corrections or additions, please email scrump@businessreport.com.

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GIVING BACK Our company mission has always been about giving back to our community because it’s the right thing to do. We love our community and believe in helping young and old, across all demographic lines. It’s the spirit of giving that makes us all better human beings. Saundra Lane, Marketing Director Gerry Lane Enterprises A “Top 100 Company”

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DREAM MOTOR GROUP

17

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AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIP $431,446,000

AWC

INDUSTRIAL SERVICE AND SUPPLY $274,575,000

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COMPANY ADDRESS

2016 REVENUE 2015 REVENUE

% CHANGE

TOTAL EMPLOYEES LOCAL EMPLOYEES YEAR FOUNDED

TOP LOCAL EXECUTIVE(S)

NATURE OF BUSINESS

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Price LeBlanc 13250 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70817

$505,558,000 $453,939,000

11.4

470 470 1965

Brent LeBlanc

Automobile sales and service

12

14

Lipsey's 7277 Exchequer Drive, Baton Rouge 70809

$464,300,000 $374,000,000

24.1

108 108 1953

Laurie Lipsey Aronson

Wholesale distributor of firearms

13

11

The Newtron Group 8183 W. El Cajon Drive, Baton Rouge 70815

$450,000,000 $440,000,000

2.3

3,100 1,210 1973

Newton Thomas, Bruce Beard, John Schempf

Industrial, electrical and instrumentation services

14

13

Dream Motor Group 10949 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70816

$431,446,000 $392,773,000

9.8

445 115 1992

Joe Agresti, Nick Pentas

Automotive sales

15

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ISC Constructors 20480 Highland Road, Baton Rouge 70817

$351,500,000 $329,000,000

6.8

2,720 2,500 1989

Edward Rispone, Jerry Rispone

Industrial electrical, instrumentation and controls contractor

16

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Sterling International 18212 E. Petroleum Drive, Ste. 6-A, Baton Rouge 70809

$293,862,169 $301,023,967

(2.4)

15 5 1992

Shane Richardson, James Texada Jr.

Plastics industry

17

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AWC 6655 Exchequer Drive, Baton Rouge 70809

$274,575,000 $319,248,803

(14.0)

374 103 1965

Bob Wenyon, Brian Sabolik, George Plaeger, David Honeycutt, Joe Kepner, Charles Bueche, Tom Bromley, David Laxton

Industrial instrumentation, automation, electrical, filtration/separation, and valves/flow control products and services

18

17

Kearns Enteprises 4709 Bluebonnet Blvd., Ste. A, Baton Rouge 70809

$272,516,827 $313,972,633

(13.2)

740 160 1981

Executive committee

Industrial gases, equipment, supplies, parts and services

19

19

Boh Bros. Construction Co. 8706 Jefferson Hwy, Ste. A, Baton Rouge 70809

$271,000,000 $288,000,000

(5.9)

WND 1,200 1909

Jeff Plauche

Heavy civil construction, pile driving, site work, paving, underground utilities and marine facilities

20

22

Gerry Lane Enterprises 6505 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge 70806

$270,400,000 $253,000,000

6.9

350 350 1965

Eric Lane, Cedric Patton

Automobile sales

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TEAM AUTOMOTIVE GROUP

27

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AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIP $264,717,000

HARGROVE AND ASSOCIATES

INDUSTRY AND HEAVY CONSTRUCTION $207,300,000

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Team Automotive Group 1788 O'Neal Lane, Baton Rouge 70816

$264,717,000 $240,000,000

10.3

WND 337 1988

Jon Petersen, Preston Q=Petersen, Megan Campbell, Ryan Petersen

Automobile sales

22

25

Hollingsworth Richards Auto Group 7787 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge 70806

$246,774,566 $215,633,342

14.4

101 195 1996

Mike Hollingsworth, Kent Richards, Polly Lemoine, Gaye Hollingsworth

Automobile sales

23

21

Lard Oil Company Group 914 Florida Ave. SW, Denham Springs 70726

$242,139,000 $253,693,000

(4.6)

357 178 1922

Johnny Milazzo, Mills Murrey

Multi-state fuels and lubricants distributor Convenience store operator Filtration services National fleet card

24

26

Republic Finance 7031 Commerce Circle, Baton Rouge 70809

$237,562,605 $210,260,887

13.0

947 81 1955

Gary Phillips, Rex Ellison, Anne Kurz, Jay Jolly

Financial services

25

38

Community Coffee Company(1) 3332 Partridge Lane, Bldg. A, Baton Rouge 70809

$233,890,000 WND

WND

800 WND 1919

Matthew Saurage, David Belanger, Annette Vaccaro

Coffee and coffee products

26

27

DEMCO 16262 Wax Road, Greenwell Springs 70739

$207,327,400 $206,081,077

0.6

220 220 1938

John Vranic, Esther Tapia, Jimmie Varnado, Brent Bradley, Ryan Vandersypen, Tim Berringer

Electric utility

27

33

Hargrove and Associates 4150 S. Sherwood Forest Blvd., Ste. 210, Baton Rouge 70816

$207,300,000 $176,700,000

17.3

1,200 235 2010

Will Kiser, Juli Maniscalco

Full-service, multi-discipline EPC, engineering, automation, and technical services firm

28

31

Setpoint Integrated Solutions 19011 Highland Road, Baton Rouge 70809

$195,300,000 $182,400,000

7.1

452 135 1959

David Ross, Jack Guidry, Jeff Kelley, Jeff Birch, Jonathan Pledger, Bryan Clower, Michael Turner

Industrial services and solutions for automation, valve, pressure relief, instrument and filtration needs

29

35

Ford, Bacon & Davis 12021 Lakeland Park Blvd., Baton Rouge 70809

$191,480,196 $174,404,531

9.8

681 418 1973

Rick Moore, Ray Sherman

All-discipline engineering Full-service procurement Project/construction management

30

36

Milton J. Womack 8400 Jefferson Hwy., Baton Rouge 70809

$189,210,917 $165,123,000

14.6

112 102 1964

Joseph Hill

General contractor

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TOP

PRIVATE COMPANIES

34

#

LI STMAKE R S

DUPRE’ LOGISTICS

37

#

CONSTRUCTION/CONTRACTOR $179,507,080

LYONS SPECIALTY CO.

MANUFACTURING/WHOLESALE $140,381,580

Top 100 private companies Ranked by 2016 revenue. PREV. RANK

COMPANY ADDRESS

2016 REVENUE 2015 REVENUE

% CHANGE

TOTAL EMPLOYEES LOCAL EMPLOYEES YEAR FOUNDED

TOP LOCAL EXECUTIVE(S)

NATURE OF BUSINESS

31

29

Louisiana Workers' Compensation Corporation (LWCC) 2237 S. Acadian Thwy., Baton Rouge 70808

$188,583,799 $187,154,552

0.8

256 237 1991

Kristin Wall, Gretchen Hofeling, John Hawie, nonprofit mutual workers’ Paul Buffone, Jeffrey Skaggs, Michael Stiltner, Private, compensation insurance Angela McGhee

32

20

Brian Harris Automotive Group 15015 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge 70819

$186,771,626 $275,041,487

(32.1)

228 228 1984

Mildred Harris, Richard Martorana, Butch Falcon, Hedrick Wood

Automobile sales

33

30

The Lemoine Company 15555 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70817

$182,064,139 $185,405,018

(1.8)

193 69 1975

Leonard "Lenny" Lemoine

General contracting/construction management Design and build/integrated project delivery Pre-site selection development/preconstruction services

34

28

Dupre' Logistics 1115 Mengel Road, Baton Rouge 70807

$179,507,080 $201,803,190

(11.0)

1,200 200 1980

Reggie Dupré, Raoul Siclait

Logistics and transportation

35

37

Fabre Group 13550 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70817

$160,489,000 $161,405,000

(0.6)

166 128 1986

John Fabre, David Fabre

Automobile sales

36

41

The Spine Hospital of Louisiana at The NeuroMedical Center 10105 Park Rowe Circle, Baton Rouge 70810

$160,186,544 $141,800,000

13.0

140 140 2004

Robert Blair, Dr. Horace Mitchell, Allison Doherty, Kim Pettijohn

Laser, minimally invasive and complex spinal surgery

37

43

Lyons Specialty Co. 2800 La. 1 North, Port Allen 70767

$140,381,580 $131,226,271

7.0

83 53 1923

Hugh Raetzsch

Wholesale grocery distributor

38

54

Arkel Group 1048 Florida St., Baton Rouge 70802

$138,542,000 $106,355,000

30.3

312 118 1981

Johnny Fife, Derek Fife, George Knost, John Moore

Industrial/commercial construction/industrial maintenance/trucking and intermodal drayage/ international infrastructure services

39

46

Ralph Sellers Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ralph Sellers Hyundai 14215 N. Airline Hwy., Gonzales 70737

$137,123,897 $125,204,206

9.5

87 87 1984

Ralph Sellers, Max Sellers

Automobile sales and service

40

40

EATEL Corp. 913 S. Burnside Ave., Gonzales 70737

$135,523,823 $147,613,496

(8.2)

WND WND 1935

Arthur "Smokey" Scanlan, John Scanlan, Joshua Descant

Telecommunications, home security, directories, online search marketing, cloud virtualization, data center and protection services

NR=Not ranked. WND=Would not disclose. Information was provided upon request from company representatives or reliable industry sources, and Business Report assumes the data are accurate and truthful. Not all private companies are shown, only those providing requested information with 2016 revenue of $22,900,000 or more. Top 100 private companies featured in Business Report's Listmakers must be headquartered in the nine-parish Capital Region and have at least one location or facility in the Capital Region, unless otherwise noted. If you would like your company to be considered for next year’s list, or if there are any corrections or additions, please email scrump@businessreport.com.

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TOP

PRIVATE COMPANIES

41

#

LI STMAKE R S

THE NEUROMEDICAL CENTER CLINIC

48

#

HEALTH CARE

$134,997,000

L&B HOLDINGS & SUBSIDIARIES

MANUFACTURING/WHOLESALE $114,463,062

Top 100 private companies Ranked by 2016 revenue. PREV. RANK

COMPANY ADDRESS

2016 REVENUE 2015 REVENUE

% CHANGE

TOTAL EMPLOYEES LOCAL EMPLOYEES YEAR FOUNDED

TOP LOCAL EXECUTIVE(S)

NATURE OF BUSINESS

41

45

The NeuroMedical Center Clinic 10101 Park Rowe Ave., Ste. 200, Baton Rouge 70810

$134,997,000 $130,943,000

3.1

WND 300 1978

Nancy Kelly, Kelly Scrantz

Comprehensive neurological care

42

44

Ferrara Fire Apparatus(1) 27855 James Chapel Road, Holden 70744

$131,000,000 $131,000,000

0.0

WND WND 1988

Chris Ferrara

Custom-manufactured fire trucks Firefighting equipment sales

43

98

Specialty Welding And Turnarounds 211 E. Industry St., Gonzales 70737

$125,000,000 $34,400,000

263.4

1,684 500 2014

Johnny Holifield, Jimmy Quick

General mechanical and specialty welding in the petrochemical and refining sector

44

50

Robinson Brothers Ford Lincoln 11455 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70816

$123,800,000 $118,000,000

4.9

125 125 1946

Maxwell "Chip" Robinson III, Maxwell "Mackie" Automobile sales Robinson Jr.

45

48

Mc B.R. Management Co./Valluzzo Family Restaurants BR Distribution(2) 7077 S. Choctaw Drive, Baton Rouge 70806

$123,500,000 $123,500,000

0.0

WND WND 1963

Charles Valluzzo, Fermin DeOca, Christopher Valluzzo, Patrick Valluzzo

Fast food and food distribution Media/real estate

46

48

The Celtic Group(1) 3888 S. Sherwood Forest Blvd., Bldg. 1, Baton Rouge 70816

$123,363,000 $123,363,000

0.0

61 54 1985

Michael O'Connor, Robert Bayham Jr.

Transportation and logistics Movie production facility Steamship agency/real estate management

47

34

Smith Tank & Steel 42422 La. 30, Gonzales 70737

$123,229,281 $174,625,889

(29.4)

325 325 1997

and civil construction services Sam Smith Jr., Billy Smith, Karen Smith, David Mechanical Above-ground storage tank/ASME pressure Hubbard, Joe Painter, Keith Spampneto vessel construction, maintenance and repair

48

42

L&B Holdings and Subsidiaries 708 U.S. 190 West, Port Allen 70767

$114,463,062 $135,362,751

(15.4)

WND WND 1984

Louis Vielee, Jody Guillory

49

55

Valluzzo Companies 4864 Bluebonnet Blvd., Baton Rouge 70809

$114,150,000 $105,600,000

8.1

2,400 1,400 2010

John Valluzzo, Nicholas Valluzzo, Michael Valluzzo, Lawerence Hawkins, Lisa Catalanatto, Restaurants John Roy

50

57

MAPP 344 Third St., Baton Rouge 70801

$113,400,000 $102,901,807

10.2

111 61 1991

Michael Polito

NR=Not ranked. WND=Would not disclose. Information was provided upon request from company representatives or reliable industry sources, and Business Report assumes the data are accurate and truthful. Not all private companies are shown, only those providing requested information with 2016 revenue of $22,900,000 or more. Top 100 private companies featured in Business Report's Listmakers must be headquartered in the nine-parish Capital Region and have at least one location or facility in the Capital Region, unless otherwise noted. If you would like your company to be considered for next year’s list, or if there are any corrections or additions, please email scrump@businessreport.com. (1) 2016 Top 100 data. Company declined to provide updated information at the time of publication. (2) 2013 Top 100 data. Company declined to provide updated information at the time of publication.

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PRIVATE COMPANIES

53

#

LI STMAKE R S

56

PROVIDENT RESOURCES GROUP

#

REAL ESTATE

$109,800,000

MOCKLER BEVERAGE COMPANY

FOOD/BEVERAGE WHOLESALE/RETAIL $94,795,414

Top 100 private companies Ranked by 2016 revenue. PREV. RANK

COMPANY ADDRESS

2016 REVENUE 2015 REVENUE

% CHANGE

TOTAL EMPLOYEES LOCAL EMPLOYEES YEAR FOUNDED

TOP LOCAL EXECUTIVE(S)

NATURE OF BUSINESS

51

52

Capitol Companies 11055 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70816

$112,707,500 $107,340,500

5.0

160 160 1964

Ladd Spring, Mark Spring, Davin Spring

Vehicle sales and service Manufacturing/construction Transportation

52

53

Latter & Blum Companies 1700 City Farm Drive , Baton Rouge 70806

$112,313,933 $106,903,764

5.1

510 75 1917

Robert Merrick, Richard Haase

Real estate, mortgage operation, insurance and title services

53

56

Provident Resources Group 5565 Bankers Ave., Baton Rouge 70808

$109,800,000 $105,200,000

4.4

140 29 1999

Steve Hicks, Debra Lockwood, Donovan Hicks

Affordable and workforce housing senior living, collegiate, capital, health care and governmental facilities

54

58

Pala Group 16347 Old Hammond Hwy., Baton Rouge 70816

$103,240,000 $101,009,000

2.2

700 550 1973

Jorge Tarajano, Scott Barringer, Gay Young

Industrial construction and maintenance

55

70

Level Homes 402 N Fourth St., Baton Rouge 70802

$97,000,000 $71,000,000

36.6

68 32 2007

Todd Waguespack

Homebuilder

56

59

Mockler Beverage Company 11811 Reiger Road, Baton Rouge 70809

$94,795,414 $91,086,692

4.1

177 177 1987

Gary Mockler, Timothy Mockler, Patrick Mockler

Wholesale beverage distribution

57

51

Lavigne Oil Co. 11203 Proverbs Ave., Baton Rouge 70816

$93,673,487 $114,598,679

(18.3)

36 26 2009

Chip Lavigne

Shell jobber Wholesale fuel distributor

58

68

Salsbury's Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram9 9550 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70815

$91,537,067 $74,063,209

23.6

120 120 1986

Leah Duval

Automobile sales

59

62

B. Olinde & Sons Co. 9536 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70815

$90,107,000 $82,500,000

9.2

415 200 1886

Thomas Olinde, J.B. Olinde Jr., David Olinde

Retail furniture Wholesale beverage

60

72

Royal Nissan 9325 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70815

$89,717,273 $67,077,142

33.8

73 72 1978

Brad Smith

Automobile sales

NR=Not ranked. WND=Would not disclose. Information was provided upon request from company representatives or reliable industry sources, and Business Report assumes the data are accurate and truthful. Not all private companies are shown, only those providing requested information with 2016 revenue of $22,900,000 or more. Top 100 private companies featured in Business Report's Listmakers must be headquartered in the nine-parish Capital Region and have at least one location or facility in the Capital Region, unless otherwise noted. If you would like your company to be considered for next year’s list, or if there are any corrections or additions, please email scrump@businessreport.com.

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TOP

PRIVATE COMPANIES

66

#

LI STMAKE R S

CAPITOL CITY PRODUCE

69

#

FOOD/BEVERAGE WHOLESALE/RETAIL $77,500,000

WINDOW WORLD

RETAIL

$67,278,001

Top 100 private companies Ranked by 2016 revenue. PREV. RANK

COMPANY ADDRESS

2016 REVENUE 2015 REVENUE

% CHANGE

TOTAL EMPLOYEES LOCAL EMPLOYEES YEAR FOUNDED

TOP LOCAL EXECUTIVE(S)

NATURE OF BUSINESS

61

66

ShoppersChoice.com 8151 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70815

$86,004,175 $74,805,141

15.0

154 154 1998

Michael Hackley, Ladina Hackley, Rusty Cogan, Online e-commerce retailer Corey Tisdale

62

61

Group Industries 15055 Jefferson Hwy., Baton Rouge 70817

$86,000,000 $85,500,000

0.6

350 250 1996

David Arrighi Sr., Shane Kirkpatrick, Kevin Gourgues, Donn Peterson

Industrial and commercial contractor

63

60

The Coastal Companies(1) 4825 Jamestown Ave., Baton Rouge 70808

$81,326,400 $90,453,000

(10.1)

370 WND 1954

Kelly Sills, Michael Giambrone, Devon Overall

Highway/bridge/marine/industrial construction

64

64

Richard Oil and Fuel Holding Co. 2330 La. 70, Donaldsonville 70346

$78,034,815 $78,087,015

(0.1)

130 130 1972

Tony Savoie, Slade Klack

Bulk fuel and lubricant distribution Convenience stores

65

63

LUBA Casualty Insurance Company 2351 Energy Drive, Ste. 2000, Baton Rouge 70808

$78,000,000 $79,000,000

(1.3)

95 90 1991

David Bondy, Michael DePaul, Steven Werner

Regional workers' compensation carrier

66

65

Capitol City Produce 16550 Commercial Ave., Baton Rouge 70816

$77,500,000 $77,350,568

0.2

195 195 1947

Paul Ferachi, Sue Ferachi, Paul Ferachi, Darin Arceneaux

Wholesale and retail produce

67

69

Wampold Companies 4171 Essen Lane, Ste. 450, Baton Rouge 70809

$71,796,521 $73,250,601

(2.0)

115 97 1981

Mike Wampold

Property management Real estate development

68

73

Utility Holdings dba Baton Rouge Water Co. 8755 Goodwood Blvd., Baton Rouge 70806

$68,440,588 $66,824,711

2.4

329 250 1986

Eugene Owen, Patrick Kerr

Water utility

69

83

Window World 8405 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70815

$67,278,001 $52,619,566

27.9

137 81 1980

Jim Roland

Residential window sales and installation

70

67

Guaranty Group 929 Government St., Baton Rouge 70802

$65,575,000 $74,103,000

(11.5)

76 78 1926

Flynn Foster , Flynn Foster, John Lancaster, Forrest Mills Jr., Gordy Rush

Media/Radio broadcasting and senior living

NR=Not ranked. WND=Would not disclose. Information was provided upon request from company representatives or reliable industry sources, and Business Report assumes the data are accurate and truthful. Not all private companies are shown, only those providing requested information with 2016 revenue of $22,900,000 or more. Top 100 private companies featured in Business Report's Listmakers must be headquartered in the nine-parish Capital Region and have at least one location or facility in the Capital Region, unless otherwise noted. If you would like your company to be considered for next year’s list, or if there are any corrections or additions, please email scrump@businessreport.com. (1) Formerly listed as Coastal Bridge Co.

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TOP

PRIVATE COMPANIES

72

#

LI STMAKE R S

ACME REFRIGERATION OF BATON ROUGE

75

#

MANUFACTURING/WHOLESALE $60,000,000

POSTLETHWAITE & NETTERVILLE

OTHER/FINANCIAL SERVICES $57,600,874

Top 100 private companies Ranked by 2016 revenue. PREV. RANK

COMPANY ADDRESS

2016 REVENUE 2015 REVENUE

% CHANGE

TOTAL EMPLOYEES LOCAL EMPLOYEES YEAR FOUNDED

TOP LOCAL EXECUTIVE(S)

NATURE OF BUSINESS

Wholesale flooring

71

84

ProSource Wholesale Flooring 16575 Commercial Ave., Baton Rouge 70816

$60,386,430 $50,644,133

19.2

193 136 1999

Daniel Kennedy

72

80

Acme Refrigeration of Baton Rouge 11844 S. Choctaw Drive, Baton Rouge 70815

$60,000,000 $53,600,000

11.9

120 55 1945

of heating, ventilation, air Adrian "Manny" Kaiser III, Jerry Perrin, Charles Distributor conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) Kaiser, Jay Kaiser, Kenaley Lisa equipment, parts and supplies

73

77

Tony's Seafood/Louisiana Fish Fry Products 5215 Plank Road, Baton Rouge 70805

$59,999,059 $56,500,000

6.2

285 264 1972

Bill Pizzolato, Joseph Pizzolato, Michael Pizzolato, Brad Burkett

Seafood sales Seasoning and spices factory

74

74

Stonetrust Commercial Insurance Co. 5615 Corporate Blvd., Ste. 700, Baton Rouge 70808

$59,106,673 $65,189,421

(9.3)

56 50 1993

Mike Dileo, Shane Treigle, Bob Wolf, Melanie Forbes, Sukhy Dhillon

Regional insurance

75

81

Postlethwaite & Netterville 8550 United Plaza Blvd., Ste. 1001, Baton Rouge 70809

$57,600,874 $53,161,140

8.4

534 283 1949

Bill Balhoff

Accounting and auditing/tax, business consulting and technology

76

79

Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry 5630 Bankers Ave., Baton Rouge 70808

$54,625,000 $54,500,000

0.2

176 83 1978

Scott Berg, Ryan Berg, Chad Berg

Retail jewelry

77

76

Moody-Price 18320 Petroleum Drive, Baton Rouge 70809

$49,000,000 $59,000,000

(16.9)

97 47 1955

Danny Daniel Sr., Danny Daniel Jr., Kenny LeBleu, Blake Aucoin

Industrial distributor Manufacturers' representative Instrumentation and filtration products

78

71

J.B. James Construction 1881 Wooddale Blvd., Baton Rouge 70806

$47,409,424 $67,500,000

(29.8)

250 150 2002

Jeffrey James

Highway and bridge construction

79

82

Beard Construction Group 3970 Rosedale Road, Port Allen 70767

$47,000,000 $53,000,000

(11.3)

WND 249 2004

James Beard, Keith Coleman, L. Grant Witty, Matt Milton

Industrial construction Heavy civil and earthwork

80

97

CMA Technology Solutions 8180 YMCA Plaza Drive, Baton Rouge 70810

$46,181,859 $34,895,000

32.3

62 48 1984

Chad LeMaire, Dave Renoud, Lewis Hannaman

Computer technology solutions, hardware and software sales, cloud service and managed services

NR=Not ranked. WND=Would not disclose. Information was provided upon request from company representatives or reliable industry sources, and Business Report assumes the data are accurate and truthful. Not all private companies are shown, only those providing requested information with 2016 revenue of $22,900,000 or more. Top 100 private companies featured in Business Report's Listmakers must be headquartered in the nine-parish Capital Region and have at least one location or facility in the Capital Region, unless otherwise noted. If you would like your company to be considered for next year’s list, or if there are any corrections or additions, please email scrump@businessreport.com.

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TOP

PRIVATE COMPANIES

85

#

LI STMAKE R S

SURGICAL SPECIALTY CENTER OF BATON ROUGE

89

#

HEALTH CARE

$42,000,000

STUART & COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS

CONSTRUCTION/CONTRACTOR $37,300,182

Top 100 private companies Ranked by 2016 revenue. PREV. RANK

COMPANY ADDRESS

2016 REVENUE 2015 REVENUE

87

Area Wholesale Tire Company 5930 McClelland Drive, Baton Rouge 70805

$44,000,000 $44,000,000

0.0

89

PreSonus Audio Electronics 18011 Grand Bay Court, Baton Rouge 70809

$44,000,000 $41,215,000

83

85

Manda Fine Meats P.O. Box 3374, Baton Rouge 70821

84

78

85

TOP LOCAL EXECUTIVE(S)

NATURE OF BUSINESS

115 52 1961

William Potter

Wholesale distribution of tires Tubes and truck tire retreading

6.8

120 70 1995

Jim Odom, Stephen Fraser

Audio hardware/software/sound reinforcement/ broadcast/sound design and education/internet audio

$43,922,654 $45,695,904

(3.9)

WND WND 1947

Robert Yarborough, Tommy Yarborough, Steve Yarborough

Meat processing

Classic Industrial Services Inc. 456 Highlandia Drive, Baton Rouge 70810

$43,000,000 $58,000,000

(25.9)

400 25 1987

Mike Landes, Chris Fairchild, Mark Beuerle

Specialty construction firm Scaffolding, insulation, refractory, siding and miscellaneous labor

90

Surgical Specialty Center of Baton Rouge 8080 Bluebonnet Blvd., Baton Rouge 70810

$42,000,000 $41,000,000

2.4

210 210 2003

Ann Heine

Acute care hospital

86

NR

Ralph's Market 15013 La. 44, Gonzales 70737

$41,000,000 WND

WND

200 200 1984

Ronnie Trosclair

Retail/grocery

87

91

Volks Constructors 17474 Old Jefferson Hwy., Prairieville 70769

$40,960,521 $40,696,330

0.6

307 230 1973

Lawson King, LaAnn Adams, Steve Munsell, Karl Beadle, Chetta Hudson

Industrial fabrication Field construction services

88

92

Woodrow Wilson Construction Co.(1) 345 Highlandia Drive, Baton Rouge 70810

$38,812,000 $38,812,000

0.0

WND WND 1976

Mark Wilson, Jim Wilson, W. Wilson

General contractor

89

NR

Stuart & Company General Contractors 4320 Jeffrey Drive, Baton Rouge 70816

$37,300,182 $25,436,634

46.6

35 WND 2003

Christopher Stuart, Duane Mizell, Tyler Tramonte

Construction

90

86

Morel G. Lemoine Distributors 1932 Hospital Road, New Roads 70760

$37,000,000 $45,000,000

(17.8)

40 30 1922

Marty Lemoine

Petroleum Convenience stores Gaming, end dumps and vacuum trailers

81

% CHANGE

TOTAL EMPLOYEES LOCAL EMPLOYEES YEAR FOUNDED

NR=Not ranked. WND=Would not disclose. Information was provided upon request from company representatives or reliable industry sources, and Business Report assumes the data are accurate and truthful. Not all private companies are shown, only those providing requested information with 2016 revenue of $22,900,000 or more. Top 100 private companies featured in Business Report's Listmakers must be headquartered in the nine-parish Capital Region and have at least one location or facility in the Capital Region, unless otherwise noted. If you would like your company to be considered for next year’s list, or if there are any corrections or additions, please email scrump@businessreport.com. (1) 2014 Top 100 data. Company was unable to provide updated information at the time of publication.

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TOP

PRIVATE COMPANIES

94

#

LI STMAKE R S

ROTOLO’S PIZZERIA

99

#

FOOD/BEVERAGE WHOLESALE/RETAIL $33,000,000

KLEINPETER FARMS DAIRY

FOOD/BEVERAGE WHOLESALE/RETAIL $25,000,000

Top 100 private companies Ranked by 2016 revenue. PREV. RANK

COMPANY ADDRESS

2016 REVENUE 2015 REVENUE

% CHANGE

TOTAL EMPLOYEES LOCAL EMPLOYEES YEAR FOUNDED

TOP LOCAL EXECUTIVE(S)

NATURE OF BUSINESS

Electrical/instrumentation/construction and maintenance

91

96

Westgate 1355 Beaulieu Lane, Port Allen 70767

$37,000,000 $35,250,000

5.0

350 350 1974

John Thigpen, Tim Thigpen

92

93

Barber Brothers Contracting Co. 2636 Dougherty Drive, Baton Rouge 70805

$36,650,000 $38,626,208

(5.1)

WND WND 1928

Lionel Hilliard Barber, A. Lee Barber III, Douglas Highway and heavy construction Barber

93

99

Aerial Access Equipment(1) 13764 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70817

$33,750,000 $33,750,000

0.0

WND WND 1998

Gene Torrence

Rental, sales and service of aerial work platforms/material handling and construction equipment/customer-owned equipment repairs

94

100

Rotolo's Pizzeria(2) 2985 Millerville Road, Ste. A, Baton Rouge 70816

$33,000,000 $33,000,000

0.0

3,000 300 1996

Mitch Rotolo

Restaurants

95

100

Gardner Realtors 3888 S. Sherwood Forest Blvd., Ste. S, Baton Rouge 70816

$31,000,000 $32,390,000

(4.3)

850 850 1943

Residential and commercial real estate sales, management, leasing services, Glenn Gardner, Becky Shelton, Nancy Harmann property relocation, mortgage, title and insurance home warranty services

96

94

Roofing Solutions 37302 Commerce Lane, Prairieville 70769

$28,294,662 $37,985,642

(25.5)

75 20 2004

Lautaro de la Cruz, Tupac de la Cruz

Commercial roofing and architectural panel systems contractor

97

NR

Gulf Coast Office Products 10424 Plaza Americana Drive, Baton Rouge 70816

$26,000,000 $25,800,000

0.8

105 50 1977

Trey Beall

Office equipment dealer for Savin, Ricoh, HP

98

NR

G.E.O. Heat Exchangers 3650 Cypress Drive, St. Gabriel 70776

$25,100,000 WND

WND

140 140 1996

Gene E. Ohmstede Jr., August Ohmstede, Gene Fabrication/repair of heat exchangers for refineries, chemical plants and power industries E. Ohmstede III

99

NR

Kleinpeter Farms Dairy 14444 Airline Hwy., Baton Rouge 70817

$25,000,000 $23,000,000

8.7

113 113 113

Sue Anne K. Cox, Kenneth P. Kleinpeter Sr.

100

NR

CSRS 6767 Perkins Road, Ste. 200, Baton Rouge 70808

$22,900,000 $21,600,000

6.0

121 121 1978

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A look back The top five companies from our Top 100 lists 1, 5, 10 and 20 years ago.

2016

2012

2007

1997

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana

Turner Industries Group

$3,315,476,000

$2,685,476,000

$1,868,138,000

$552,000,000

Turner Industries Group

Turner Industries Group

Turner Industries Group

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana

$2,971,007,676

$1,578,895,233

$1,486,255,000

$511,235,000

Performance Contractors

Edgen Murray

Associated Grocers

Cajun Electric Power Cooperative Inc.

$1,530,000,000

$912,000,000

$714,000,000

$404,673,573

MMR Group

Performance Contractors

Edgen Murray

Associated Grocers

$705,000,000

$760,000,000

$687,000,000

$400,000,000

Associated Grocers

Associated Grocers

All Star Automotive Group

Gulf South Health Plans Inc.

$695,000,000

$685,000,000

$416,803,085

$254,739,718

“Within hours, UCB was here offering support.� Tiffanie Carpenter, Southern Heritage Homes

Several years ago, Tiffanie partnered with UCB to launch her start-up business, Southern Heritage Homes. The business was destroyed in the recent floods, so UCB stepped in immediately to provide her with solutions to get up and running, enabling her business to help others get back on their feet. At UCB, we pride ourselves on the personal relationships we cultivate with our customers.

Southern Heritage Homes is a locally owned and operated company that sells new, pre-owned and custom manufactured homes at a range of prices to help make home ownership accessible to the members of this community. Learn more at SouthernHeritageHomesLA.com.

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Breaking it down Top 100 private companies revenue by industry

AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIPS $3,165,240,756 • 13.21% FOOD/BEV. WHOLESALE/RETAIL $2,235,757,127 • 9.33%

INDUSTRIAL SERVICES AND SUPPLY $3,804,984,192 • 15.88%

MANUFACTURING/WHOLESALE $1,111,925,734 • 4.64%

2016 TOTAL REVENUE: $23,960,742,398 INSURANCE $3,827,250,472 • 15.97%

CONSTRUCTION/CONTRACTOR $993,173,062 • 4.15% OTHER $704,115,418 • 2.94%

2015 TOTAL REVENUE: $23,705,217,446

OIL AND GAS WHOLESALE/SUPPLY $413,847,302 • 1.73%

Percent change: +1.08%

UTILITIES/TELECOMMUNICATIONS $411,291,811 • 1.72% HEALTH CARE $337,183,544 • 1.41%

INDUSTRY AND HEAVY CONSTRUCTION $6,307,048,350 • 26.32%

REAL ESTATE $324,910,454 • 1.36%

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GIVING BACK We are dedicated to this community and are fortunate that our collective work as a team allows us to support organizations like the St. Jude Dream Day Foundation. D. Todd Waguespack, Managing Partner Level Homes A “Top 1OO Company” www.levelhomeslifestyle.com

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Top 3 by industry AUTOMOBILE DEALERSHIPS........................................................ REVENUE All Star Automotive Group............................................................. $544,198,827 Price LeBlanc................................................................................... $505,558,000 Dream Motor Group........................................................................ $431,446,000

OVERALL RANKING INSURANCE.......................................................................................... REVENUE 1 Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana................................$3,435,985,000 31 Louisiana Workers’ Compensation Corporation (LWCC)..... $188,583,799 65 LUBA Casualty Insurance Company.............................................$78,000,000

CONSTRUCTION/CONTRACTOR 30 Milton J. Womack............................................................................. $189,210,917 33 The Lemoine Company.................................................................. $182,064,139 50 MAPP................................................................................................. $113,400,000

MANUFACTURING/WHOLESALE 12 Lipsey’s.............................................................................................. $464,300,000 37 Lyons Specialty Co......................................................................... $140,381,580 42 Ferrara Fire Apparatus.................................................................... $131,000,000

OVERALL RANKING 9 11 14

5 8 25

FOOD AND BEVERAGE WHOLESALE/RETAIL Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers.................................................. $744,000,000 Associated Grocers........................................................................ $645,000,000 Community Coffee Company....................................................... $233,890,000

HEALTH CARE 36 The Spine Hospital of Louisiana at   The NeuroMedical Center......................................................... $160,186,544 41 The NeuroMedical Center Clinic.................................................. $134,997,000 85 Surgical Specialty Center of Baton Rouge...................................$42,000,000

4 7 13

INDUSTRIAL SERVICES AND SUPPLY Brown & Root .................................................................................. $830,000,000 MMR Group..................................................................................... $695,000,000 The Newtron Group........................................................................ $450,000,000

2 3 6

INDUSTRY AND HEAVY CONSTRUCTION Turner Industries Group..............................................................$2,641,424,548 Performance Contractors...........................................................$1,520,000,000 Cajun Industries............................................................................... $721,352,000

23 57 64

OIL AND GAS WHOLESALE/SUPPLY Lard Oil Company Group.............................................................. $242,139,000 Lavigne Oil Co....................................................................................$93,673,487 Richard Oil and Fuel Holding Co....................................................$78,034,815

24 34 46

OTHER Republic Finance............................................................................. $237,562,605 Dupre’ Logistics............................................................................... $179,507,080 The Celtic Group............................................................................. $123,363,000

52 53 67

REAL ESTATE Latter & Blum Companies ............................................................. $112,313,933 Provident Resources Group......................................................... $109,800,000 Wampold Companies........................................................................$71,796,521

RETAIL 59 B. Olinde & Sons Co.........................................................................$90,107,000 61 ShoppersChoice.com.......................................................................$86,004,175 69 Window World....................................................................................$67,278,001

UTILITIES/TELECOMMUNICATIONS 26 DEMCO............................................................................................ $207,327,400 40 EATEL Corp...................................................................................... $135,523,823 68 Utility Holdings dba Baton Rouge Water Co...............................$68,440,588

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Ups & downs LEGAL INSIGHT:

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NO MATTER WHAT the industry, no company is fully immune to the cyclical nature of business. Whether it’s internal decisions or economic impacts beyond control, every business sees periods of revenue growth and

contraction. Over the past year, many of the private companies on the Top 100 list have seen signifcant changes in their bottom lines. Below is a look at those with the largest, both for the better and for the worse.

Top 100 companies with the largest percentage revenue growth in 2016 COMPANY

REVENUE

% CHANGE FROM 2015

$125,000,000

+263.4%

1

Specialty Welding and Turnarounds

2

Stuart & Company General Contractors

$37,300,182

+46.6%

3

Level Homes

$97,000,000

+36.6%

4

Royal Nissan

$89,717,273

+33.8%

5

Brown & Root

$830,000,000

+32.8%

6

CMA Technology Solutions

$46,181,859

+32.3%

7

Arkel Group

$138,542,000

+30.3%

8

Cajun Industries

$721,352,000

+28.8%

9

Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers

$744,000,000

+28.1%

10

Window World

$67,278,001

+27.9%

Top 100 companies with the largest percentage revenue decline in 2016 COMPANY

REVENUE

% CHANGE FROM 2015

1 IEM

$37,000,000 -44.8%

2

Brian Harris Automotive Group

$186,771,626 -32.1%

3

J.B. James Construction

$47,409,424 -29.8%

4

Smith Tank & Steel

$123,229,281 -29.4%

5

Classic Industrial Services Inc.

$43,000,000 -25.9%

6

Roofing Solutions

$28,294,662 -25.5%

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7

Lavigne Oil Co.

$93,673,487 -18.3%

8

Morel G. Lemoine Distributors

$37,000,000 -17.8%

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9 Moody-Price

$49,000,000 -16.9%

10

$114,463,062 -15.4%

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In 1937, Jones Walker LLP began as a small law firm in New Orleans. We’re now one of the largest firms in the U.S., serving a broad range of industries, from energy and healthcare to banking and construction. Our Baton Rouge office opened in 1980 and has grown to more than 40 attorneys. While we’ve certainly changed over the years, what hasn’t changed is our steadfast commitment to companies and organizations in Baton Rouge–and helping our clients meet their legal challenges, whether they are large corporations in highly regulated industries or entrepreneurs. Perhaps that’s why The BTI Consulting Group, which conducts hundreds of in-house counsel interviews to identify the top client service firms in the nation, named Jones Walker to its 2017 Client Service A-Team.

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5 incoming freshmen

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Meet the companies landing a first-time spot on the Top 100 list. BY ANNIE OURSO

RALPH’S MARKET

STUART & COMPANY GENERAL CONTRACTORS

Ralph’s Market is a local family-owned grocery store with two locations in Gonzales. A father-and-son team, Emerson and Ralph Singletary, opened the supermarket in 1984, and in 2000 it was acquired by another father-and-son duo, Elmore and Ronnie Trosclair. Today the supermarket is owned and operated by Ronnie Trosclair and his sons. At its height, Ralph’s had four locations: The two still operating in Gonzales, another at Jones Creek and a fourth in St. Tammany Parish.

This Baton Rouge-based construction company has been on the brink of Top 100 since 2014 when it ranked No. 105, with nearly $27 million in revenue. Stuart & Company General Contractors got its start in 2003 with CEO and President Christopher Stuart at the helm. Among the company’s notable construction projects are Mercedes-Benz of Baton Rouge, the Westside LTC College Campus, Fairwood Branch Library, and the fire stations in Port Allen and Prairieville.

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GULF COAST OFFICE PRODUCTS

G.E.O. HEAT EXCHANGERS

CSRS

RANK: No. 99 REVENUE: $25,100,000

RANK: No. 100 REVENUE: $22,900,000

As the largest locally-owned copier distributor in Louisiana, Gulf Coast Office Products sells and services Savin and Ricoh copy machines, and provides integrated business solutions from its offices in New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Lafayette and Mandeville. Bob Walsh and Bill Kenny founded the office equipment company in 1977. In the last six years, the business has seen 350% growth, according to its website.

G.E.O. Heat Exchangers is a repair and fabrication company that focuses on repairing heat exchangers for refineries and petrochemical plants. In 1997, Buddy Ohmstede, Mack Lovering and Albert Jarreau started the company in St. Gabriel. G.E.O. Heat Exchanges has treaded near the Top 100 mark since 2015 when it ranked No. 104 with $30 million in revenue and 140 local employees. The company has a 20-year history with clients including ExxonMobil, Motiva, Shell, Marathon and Honeywell.

Established in 1978, architecture and engineering firm CSRS has become a leader in the delivery of public and private infrastructure projects, including Baton Rouge’s Green Light Plan and the Nicholson Gateway project. In 2016, Tim Barfield was named president of CSRS, succeeding founding member Michael Songy. Revenues were up 6% from 2015 to 2016.

RANK: No. 98 REVENUE: $26,000,000

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RANK: No. 89 REVENUE: $37,300,182

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RANK: No. 86 REVENUE: $41,000,000

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4 Capital Region companies that just missed making this year’s Top 100 No. 101: Diamond Mazda 10968 Airline Highway, Baton Rouge REVENUE: $18,705,294 This year, the Diamond Mazda car dealership celebrated its 30th anniversary in Baton Rouge—which is its last year in business. Team Automotive Group, which owns Team Toyota and Team Honda, acquired Diamond Mazda in July from its longtime owner, the Andre family. Terms of the sale were not disclosed. The dealership’s profits were up 3% in 2016.   No. 102: Sigma Engineers and Constructors 11585 Lake Sherwood Ave. North, Baton Rouge REVENUE: $17,886,854 Sigma Engineers and Constructors, headquartered in Baton Rouge, provides engineering, construction and design services for more than 30 companies, including eight Fortune 500 companies, in the petrochemical, refining, polymer and utility industries. Mike Dooley and Steve Brasuell founded the company in 1987, and today it is led by CEO and President Daniel Kais with a staff of 116.   No. 103: Stirling Properties 8550 United Plaza Blvd., Ste. 303, Baton Rouge REVENUE: $16,300,000 This commercial real estate company has managed properties for more than 40 years across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida. Covingtonbased Stirling Properties specializes in brokerage services, development, acquisitions, investments and property and asset management. Its Baton Rouge properties include Bluebonnet Village Shopping Center, Stirling Millerville and the Nicholson Gateway development.    No. 104: Franklin Data Empowered Direct Mail 1391 Highland Road, Baton Rouge REVENUE: $15,600,000 With an 11% increase in profits, Franklin Data Empowered Direct Mail had a good year in 2016. The company, founded in 1922, is a leading provider of direct mail and data management. Franklin has offices in Baton Rouge and Memphis, and clients include Wells Fargo, Regions Bank, Baton Rouge General and several casinos across Louisiana and Mississippi.

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Tourism Matters. There is no better time than now to be a tourist in your own state! Experience world-class entertainment, cuisine, art, and a unique culture, just about an hour away. Take advantage of seasonal specials to come and be our guest in one of our brand new hotels, try some of our new restaurants, shop, explore museums, and enjoy our many attractions and events. Come and see why Travel + Leisure magazine recently named New Orleans one of “America’s Favorite Cities.”

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The Capital Region’s biggest employers*

*SOURCE: Baton Rouge Area Chamber. Ranked by total workforce.

ASCENSION PARISH

EAST FELICIANA PARISH

Ascension Parish School Board........................... 3,004

Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals.... 600

BASF Corporation....................................................1,105

Dixon Correctional Institute....................................... 459

Wal-Mart........................................................................ 700

Villa Feliciana Hospital................................................ 450

Shell Chemical.............................................................. 620

East Louisiana State Mental Health System.......... 250

St. Elizabeth Hospital.................................................. 489

Feliciana Home Health................................................ 200

CF Industries................................................................. 475

Veterans Affairs Department..................................... 200

Ascension Parish Government................................. 472

Louisiana War Veterans Home.................................. 183

Smith Tank and Steel................................................... 450

Grace Health & Rehab Center.................................. 140 SOURCE: Baton Rouge Area Chamber, 2016

Huntsman Chemicals.................................................. 420 Rouse’s Supermarkets................................................ 377 SOURCE: Ascension Economic Development, 2017

EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH Turner Industries Group.......................................... 9,794 LSU System............................................................... 6,250 Performance Contractors...................................... 5,500 Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center..................................................... 4,500 ExxonMobil Corporation..........................................4,214 Baton Rouge General Medical Center............... 4,000 Parish Water Company............................................3,196 AT&T............................................................................. 3,000 CB&I............................................................................ 2,500 Excel Group............................................................... 2,200 SOURCE: Baton Rouge Business Report and Baton Rouge Area Chamber, 2016

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PRIVATE COMPANIES LIVINGSTON PARISH Wal-Mart Stores........................................................1,153 CB&I................................................................................ 602 Bass Pro Inc.................................................................. 400 Ferrara Fire Apparatus Inc......................................... 330 Waste Management Holdings Inc............................ 200 Our Lady of the Lake Livingston............................... 200 Deltak Manufacturing Inc........................................... 180 Sam’s Club..................................................................... 180 SOURCE: Baton Rouge Area Chamber, 2016

IBERVILLE PARISH

POINTE COUPEE PARISH

Dow Chemical Company....................................... 2,200

NRG Energy Co. (Louisiana Generating LLC)...... 390

Louisiana Department of Public Safety and Corrections........................................................... 1,200

Nan Ya Plastics Corporation..................................... 300

Syngenta Crop Protection LLC................................ 700

Louisiana Department of Military Affairs................. 136

Axiall LLC........................................................................ 300

Wal-Mart Stores........................................................... 135

Maintenance Enterprises LLC................................... 300

Lakeview Manor Inc..................................................... 125

Crown Enterprises Inc................................................ 250

Winn-Dixie #1572 New Roads..................................110

Diamond Plastics Corporation.................................. 250

Trinity Lightweight........................................................ 100

Louisiana State University System........................... 205

Pointe Coupee General Hospital............................. 200

SOURCE: Baton Rouge Area Chamber, 2016

SOURCE: Baton Rouge Area Chamber, 2016

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ST. HELENA PARISH

WEST FELICIANA PARISH

St. Helena Hospital...................................................... 250

Louisiana State Penitentiary.................................. 1,500

Southland Steel Fabricators Inc............................... 100

Entergy Operations Inc............................................... 700

St. Helena Nursing Home.............................................75

West Feliciana Parish School District......................410

Cal-Maine Foods Inc......................................................58

KPAQ Industries LLC.................................................. 200

Paul Davis Inc...................................................................55

Fordice Construction Co........................................... 150

Amerchol Corporation...................................................50

St Francisville Country Manor................................... 150

SOURCE: Baton Rouge Area Chamber, 2016

Neuromedical Center.................................................. 130 The Bluffs Limited Partnership.................................. 100 SOURCE: Baton Rouge Area Chamber, 2016

WEST BATON ROUGE PARISH Turner Industries Group Piping................................. 425 Scaffolding Rental & Erection Services................. 460 Petrin Corporation........................................................ 375 Wal-Mart Supercenter................................................ 350 Westgate Electrical & Instrumentation................... 350 Shintech.......................................................................... 222 Placid Refining Company LLC.................................. 210 SOURCE: West Baton Rouge Chamber of Commerce, 2017

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Facts and figures about this year’s Top 100 private companies

Starting in 2015, Brown & Root (No. 4) acquired three companies in 15 months. The most recent was MEI Group LLC, a White Castlebased turnaround specialist for industrial facilities with more than 1,300 employees across eight offices throughout the Gulf Coast, in November 2016.

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$550 million That’s the value of three major deals in the news in the last eight months involving Provident Resources Group (No. 53). The firm acquired the Georgia Proton Treatment Center in Atlanta for $350 million in December, broke ground this spring on a $115 million Westin Hotel in Irving, Texas, and in May announced plans for an $85 million proton therapy center in Baton Rouge. Provident is also the nonprofit borrower for LSU’s $575 million Nicholson Gateway Project to ensure most of the bonds are tax-exempt.

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Number of spots combined that two of the city’s three grocery suppliers dropped on the list. Associated Grocers (No. 8) dropped three spots from last year; Capital City Produce (No. 66) dropped one spot. Meanwhile, Lyons Specialty Co. (No. 37) rose six spots.

With offices positioned along the Gulf Coast from Houston to Tampa, Phelps Dunbar is a regional law firm of more than 260 attorneys uniquely equipped to serve clients in the major commercial centers of the burgeoning “Third Coast” of the United States. Locations in New Orleans and Baton Rouge, Louisiana; Jackson, Tupelo and Gulfport, Mississippi; Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas; Tampa, Florida; Mobile, Alabama; Raleigh, North Carolina; and London enable Phelps Dunbar to serve clients not only along the Third Coast, but also the South, nationwide and abroad.

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named Raising Cane’s (No. 5) the fastest-growing restaurant chain in the U.S. Sales at the chicken finger chain, founded in Baton Rouge at the corner of Highland Road and State Street, topped $640.5 million in 2016—an increase of 25.9%.

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Mockler Beverage Co. may have gotten its start with Anheuser-Busch, but today the company distributes more wine than beer brands: 371 verses 307. It also carries 55 brands of spirits and 40 nonalcoholic brands. Since 2009, Mockler has added craft brews to its line, starting that year with Lazy Magnolia of Mississippi.

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The year Postlethwaite & Netterville (No. 75) CEO Bill Balhoff began working at the accounting, technology and business consulting firm. In May 2018, a transition will take place: He will become a director of the company; Dan Gardiner will become managing director and CEO.

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O N B E I N G A LEAD E R

What our Top 100 executives have to say Quote to live by CEOs often turn to books from other CEOs for inspiration and lessons on how to grow and manage their business. And the executives surveyed for Top 100 are no different, but Will Kiser, vice president of operations for Hargrove and Associates, took it a step further, offering a go-to quote from his favorite book:

“Great CEOs face the pain. They deal with the sleepless nights, the cold sweats, and… ‘the torture.’ Whenever I meet a successful CEO, I ask them how they did it. Mediocre CEOs point to their brilliant strategic moves or their intuitive business sense or a variety of other self-congratulatory explanations. The great CEOs tend to be remarkably consistent in their answers. They all say, ‘I DIDN’T QUIT.’” —BEN HOROWITZ, entrepreneur and author, The Hard Thing About Hard Things

ANSWERING THE MILLENNIAL QUESTION Baby boomers may still control the Baton Rouge business landscape but millennials—and their unique value set—are the dominant demographic in the workforce. So we asked Top 100 executives how their businesses are adapting to this wave of new-thinking employees.

“We have had success with making clear goals along with accountability. (Millennials) have been taught at an early age that everyone is a winner, but they are clever enough to figure out that is not reality. Always set a positive role model and do not be afraid to apologize when you make a mistake. Admitting a mistake is not weakness, but courageous.” —DANIEL KAIS, president, Sigma Engineers and Constructors Inc.

“Definitely more electronic means of communications. It is hard to get them on the phone, but they will respond to a text immediately. I don’t quite get that though.” —TREY BEALL, president, Gulf Coast Office Products

“We’ve created an open and spacious environment in our new building. We’ve also provided many informal common areas which encourages people to gather throughout the day.” —LAURIE LIPSEY ARONSON, president and CEO, Lipsey’s

“Millennials are a generation that want things now and on their terms. I am a boomer and think and plan for the longer term. I am not sure who is right; but it is a fact that my future staff and my clients will be millennials (and later generations). My firm is continuously trying to exploit the values and benefits of both perspectives.” —BUDDY RAGLAND, principal, Coleman Partners Architects

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Does quality of life matter? Baton Rouge officials have been talking for nearly two decades about the region’s quality of life and its role in the region’s ability to attract and retain young, educated workers. The challenge has been building on the Capital Region’s strengths—strong family dynamics, friendliness, food, and some of the best hunting and fishing in the world—while also providing at least some of the other attributes desired by younger workers willing to travel to find what they want. So how has Baton Rouge done? Based on our executive feedback it’s a mixed bag.

“Baton Rouge has come a long way. I have been here my entire life and the changes are unbelievable. Others, no doubt, see things much differently than I do, so we need to keep trying to lift everyone up so they can have the time and money to appreciate the quality of life here.” —A.E. KAISER III, president, Acme Refrigeration of Baton Rouge

“Louisiana, as a whole, is lagging in entertainment options when compared to major cities like Dallas, Houston or Austin. However, the familyoriented community and friendly atmosphere are our marketable assets.”

—TUPAC DE LA CRUZ, founder and operations manager, Roofing Solutions

“Yes, it’s huge. As a community we are competing at every level globally whether we like it or not. Investing in education, and improving our sense of place is our best—and maybe only—way to compete. Admittedly, these are long term, complex goals. And in my opinion, we aren’t doing very well as a community demanding improvement in either area…. Traffic, poverty, urban sprawl, under educated population, poor health are all symptoms driven by an undereducated population that shows little care for our sense of place. It’s a circular problem.” —BUDDY RAGLAND, principal, Coleman Partners Architects

ADVICE FOR THAT YOUNG BUSINESS PERSON OR ENTREPRENEUR “Your personal faith journey and your career should always be in alignment. Do not be afraid to take the least-travelled path and be prepared to fight for with what you believe. If you have no faith, you will end up with all the money but no family or employees that respect you and you will live an empty life.”

—DANIEL KAIS, president, Sigma Engineers and Constructors Inc.

“Make connections and network early in your career. You never know when paths will cross again—the industrial community is surprisingly small. Cultivating relationships with your colleagues, peers and clients is invaluable. You’ll be amazed by the things you learn from staying engaged with your teammates.” —WILL KISER, vice president of operations, Hargrove and Associates

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What is the most pressing issue facing Baton Rouge? Traffic, crime, education, community relations and a lack of leadership were nearuniversal answers given by our executive panel. In other words, they’re view is no different from the rest of Baton Rouge. Yet this quote summarizes the view best:

“Lack of leadership and quality of elected officials. If we had even good leadership, we could fix our education and infrastructure issues. People would follow and trust a good leader. Few high-caliber candidates want the job or can win an election. All we can do is recruit the best talent available and support them. The business community has only had limited success (bringing about change) in recent years.” —ANDY DUPUY, CEO, Brown & Root Industrial Services

What I wanted to be when I grew up… No doubt, the leaders of Baton Rouge Top 100 private companies are successful, but that doesn’t mean the job they have today is what they envisioned coming out of high school or college.

“I was in wildlife management and thought I wanted to save the environment until figuring out that I may have to go to school for 10-12 years. I switched majors to get out of college so I could get a paycheck. I was tired of working in bars during school.”

“Before graduating from Emory, I got an interview with Universal Studios in Orlando— prior to it opening. I was given an opportunity to move there, but I met my (future) husband and decided to stay in Atlanta.” —LAURIE LIPSEY ARONSON, president and CEO, Lipsey’s

—TREY BEALL, president, Gulf Coast Office Products

“I wanted to pursue a career in ARCHEOLOGY, but there was no real opportunity to make a good living in Baton Rouge. Now one of my hobbies is amateur archeology.”

“I wanted to be an FBI agent, but when I finished college the agency was only accepting lawyers.” —ERNEST SEALS, president, Franklin Press

—ANDY DUPUY, CEO, Brown & Root Industrial Services

“I’ll be honest, as a senior in college I didn’t have a clue what I wanted to do when I grew up!”

—DAVID BONDY, founder and CEO, LUBA Casualty Insurance Company

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Nonprofits Ranked by most recently reported gross receipts. PREV. RANK

ORGANIZATION

ADDRESS

WEBSITE PHONE

GROSS RECEIPTS

TOTAL ASSETS

1

1

Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center

5000 Hennessy Blvd., Baton Rouge 70808

ololrmc.com (225) 765-6565

$1,122,131,270

$1,616,056,275

2

2

Woman's Hospital Foundation

100 Woman's Way, Baton Rouge 70817

womans.org (225) 927-1300

$508,110,525

$788,588,876

3

3

Baton Rouge General Medical Center

8585 Picardy Ave./3600 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge 70809/70806

brgeneral.org (225) 763-4000/(225) 387-7000

$414,476,248

$302,600,348

4

5

Dixie Electric Membership Corp.

16262 Wax Road, Greenwell Springs 70739

demco.org (225) 261-1221

$207,181,624

$592,571,984

5

6

Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System

4200 Essen Lane, Baton Rouge 70809

fmolhs.org (225) 923-2701

$170,178,770

$151,253,693

6

4

LSU Foundation

3838 W. Lakeshore Drive, Baton Rouge 70808

lsufoundation.org (225) 578-3811

$165,726,689

$604,826,414

7

7

Provident Resources Group

5565 Bankers Ave., Baton Rouge 70808

provident.org (225) 766-3977

$111,761,907

$885,575,014

8

NR

St. Elizabeth Hospital

1125 W. La. 30, Gonzales 70737

steh.com (225) 647-5000

$100,034,115

$98,481,094

9

8

General Health System

3600 Florida Blvd., Baton Rouge 70806

brgeneral.org (225) 381-6464

$97,140,443

$173,960,113

10

9

Louisiana Sheriffs' Association

1175 Nicholson Drive, Baton Rouge 70802

lsa.org (225) 343-8402

$79,166,595

$25,989,226

11

12

Arkansas Elder Outreach of Little Rock

10632 Hillary Court, Baton Rouge 70810

elderoutreach.org (225) 769-7960

$66,327,168

$9,794,125

12

11

Tiger Athletic Foundation

LSU-PMAC, North Stadium Drive, Baton Rouge 70803

lsutaf.org (225) 578-4823

$64,928,596

$478,141,192

NR=Not ranked. Data is provided by the National Center for Charitable Statistics and Guidestar as of June 20, 2017, based on the most recent Form 990 on file. Not all Baton Rouge nonprofits are shown, only those with gross receipts of $20,159,097 or greater. Nonprofits featured in Business Report's Listmakers must have at least one location or facility located in the nine-parish Capital Region, unless otherwise noted. Business Report assumes the data are accurate and truthful. Email scrump@businessreport.com with corrections.

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Nonprofits Ranked by most recently reported gross receipts. PREV. RANK

ORGANIZATION

ADDRESS

WEBSITE PHONE

GROSS RECEIPTS

TOTAL ASSETS

13

17

Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center

4950 Essen Lane, Baton Rouge 70809

marybird.org (225) 767-0847

$40,254,331

$80,081,525

14

15

Pennington Medical Foundation

6400 Perkins Road, Baton Rouge 70808

pbrc.edu (225) 763-2500

$39,868,773

$59,791,361

15

16

eQHealth Solutions

8591 United Plaza Blvd., Baton Rouge 70809

eqhs.org/eqhealthsolutions.com (225) 248-7000

$37,664,886

$20,759,688

16

21

Pelican State Credit Union

3232 S. Sherwood Forest Blvd., Baton Rouge 70816

pelicanstatecu.com (225) 408-6100

$28,508,723

$256,387,436

17

23

Community School for Apprenticeship Learning

1555 Madison Ave., Baton Rouge 70802

csalcharterschools.org (225) 336-1410

$26,623,090

$15,061,655

18

14

Baton Rouge Area Foundation

402 N. Fourth St., Baton Rouge 70802

braf.org (225) 387-6126

$26,474,693

$250,543,524

19

19

Our Lady of the Lake College

5414 Brittany Drive, Baton Rouge 70808

ololcollege.edu (225) 768-1700

$25,784,725

$26,893,329

20

13

Irene W. and C.B. Pennington Foundation

2237 S. Acadian Thwy., Ste. 705, Baton Rouge 70808

penningtonfamilyfoundation.org (225) 928-8346

$25,734,005

$128,102,270

21

NR

HIV-Aids Alliance for Region Two

4550 North Blvd. Ste. 250, Baton Rouge 70806

haartinc.org (225) 927-1269

$24,872,236

$12,299,939

22

22

St. James Place of Baton Rouge

333 Lee Drive, Baton Rouge 70808

stjamesplace.com (225) 215-4500

$22,607,104

$66,183,403

23

26

Ollie Steele Burden Manor

4250 Essen Lane, Baton Rouge 70809

ololrmc.com (225) 926-0091

$21,287,521

$18,860,830

24

20

Louisiana Carpenters Health Benefit Trust Fund

8875 Greenwell Springs Road, Baton Rouge 70814

lacarpandmillfunds.com (225) 927-6068

$20,159,097

$16,121,813

NR=Not ranked. Data is provided by the National Center for Charitable Statistics and Guidestar as of June 20, 2017, based on the most recent Form 990 on file. Not all Baton Rouge nonprofits are shown, only those with gross receipts of $20,159,097 or greater. Nonprofits featured in Business Report's Listmakers must have at least one location or facility located in the nine-parish Capital Region, unless otherwise noted. Business Report assumes the data are accurate and truthful. Email scrump@businessreport.com with corrections.

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THANK YOU BATON ROUGE

From our start at the North Gates of LSU, to now more than 320 restaurants in 23 US states, and internationally in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, with 15,000 Crewmembers worldwide, Cane’s is proud to be founded and headquartered here in Baton Rouge. We would not be where we are today without the support of our community. Thank you for your support and helping us grow!

Visit CanesAndCommunity.com to learn how we can support your next event.

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Top private companies in metro New Orleans Ranked by 2016 revenue. PREV. RANK

COMPANY ADDRESS

PHONE WEBSITE

TOP LOCAL EXECUTIVE TITLE

NO. OF EMPLOYEES

2016 REVENUE (IN MILLIONS) YEAR FOUNDED 2015 REVENUE (IN MILLIONS) NATURE OF BUSINESS

1

1

Ochsner Health System 1514 Jefferson Hwy., New Orleans 70121

(504) 842-3000 ochsner.org

Warner Thomas President and CEO

17,542

$2,800.00 $2,600.00

1942 Health care

2

3

LCMC Health 200 Henry Clay Ave., New Orleans 70118

(504) 896-9345 lcmchealth.org

Gregory Feim CEO

8,286

$1,380.58 $1,147.00

2009 Health care

3

2

Georges Enterprises 701 Edwards Ave., Elmwood 70123

(504) 736-4023 georgesenterprises.com

John Georges CEO

1,045

$1,300.00 $1,300.00

1916 Food, investments, real estate, entertainment and newspapers

4

6

Pan-American Life Insurance Group 601 Poydras St., New Orleans 70130

(504) 566-1300 panamericanlife.com

José Suquet Chairman of the board, president and CEO

1,700

$1,000.00 $801.00

1911 Insurance and financial services

5

5

Tulane University 6823 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans 70118

(504) 865-5210 tulane.edu

Michael Fitts President

5,960

$924.00 $902.00

1834 Education

6

7

Ray Brandt Automotive and Collision Centers 3017 12th St., Metairie 70002

(504) 837-2088 raybrandtauto.com

Ray Brandt President

603

$506.99 $511.00

1983 Automotive

7

8

Laitram 220 Laitram Lane, Harahan 70123

(504) 733-6000 laitram.com

James "Jay" Lapeyre Jr. President

1,542

$492.90 $435.21

1949 Manufacturing

8

9

Canal Barge Co. 835 Union St., New Orleans 70112

(504) 581-2424 canalbarge.com

H. Merritt Lane III President and CEO

864

$384.75 $405.98

1933 Inland marine transportation

9

10

Intermarine 365 Canal St., Ste. 2400, New Orleans 70130

(800) 229-8701 intermarineusa.com

Al Stanley President and CEO

94

$285.00 $366.00

1990 Ocean transportation

10

NR

Boh Bros. Construction Co. P.O. Box 53266, New Orleans 70153

(504) 821-2400 bohbros.com

Robert Boh President

900

$275.00 $288.00

1909 Construction

NR=Not ranked. The above data were provided to New Orleans CityBusiness by the individual companies. Additions and corrections should be sent on company letterhead to Research, New Orleans CityBusiness, 3445 N. Causeway Blvd., Ste. 901, Metairie.

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QUESTION

How did The Barriere Way allow Louisiana DOTD to add additional work to a $40 million road construction project and still come in 71 days ahead of schedule? ANSWER

See how Barriere did it on the French Branch I – 10 project at: barriere.com/projects-awards

Experience. Reliability. Innovation.

www.barriere.com

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Top Lafayette area private companies Ranked by 2016 revenue. PREV. RANK

BUSINESS NAME

BUSINESS TYPE

TOP LOCAL EXECUTIVE

PARISH

TOTAL EMPLOYEES

YEAR FOUNDED

2016 REVENUE (IN MILLIONS)

2015 REVENUE (IN MILLIONS)

1

2

Louisiana Wholesale Drug Co.

Drug wholesale and distribution

Chad Gielen

St. Landry

84

1979

$501

$477

2

1

Acadian Companies

Medical and safety services

Richard Zuschlag

Lafayette

4,151

1971

$493

$481

3

4

Stuller Inc.

Jewelry manufacturer/wholesale distributor

Matthew Stuller

Lafayette

1,182

1970

$449

$426

4

3

Courtesy Automotive Group

Automotive dealership

Don Hargroder

Lafayette

415

1987

$383

$438

5

5

Doerle Food Services

Food service distributor

Carolyn Doerle Schumacher

Lafayette

366

1950

$364

$350

6

9

The Lemoine Co.-Lafayette

General contractor

Leonard "Lenny" Lemoine

Lafayette

203

1975

$182

$185

7

8

Dupre Logistics

Transportation logistics

Reggie Dupré

Lafayette

1,200

1980

$180

$202

8

6

Supreme Rice

Food manufacturing

Bobby Hanks

Acadia

200

1999

$174

$237

9

10

Moss Motors

Automotive dealership

Sharon Moss

Lafayette

170

1979

$170

$162

10

11

Service Chevrolet Cadillac

Automotive dealership

Jesse Lusquette Jr.

Lafayette

190

1960

$143

$161

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Carefully check this ad for: CORRECT ADDRESS • CORRECT PHONE NUMBER • ANY TYPOS This ad design © Louisiana Business, Inc. 2017. All rights reserved. Phone 225-928-1700 • Fax 225-926-1329

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Top Lake Charles area private companies Ranked by number of employees.

COMPANY/ORGANIZATION

NATURE OF BUSINESS

1

Lake Charles Memorial Health Systems

2,148

General medical and surgical hospital

2

Coushatta Casino Resort

2,131

Casino/Hotel/Entertainment

3

Turner Industries Group

1,650

Contractor

4

Golden Nugget–Lake Charles

1,413

Casino/Hotel/Entertainment

5

CITGO Petroleum Corp.

1,113

Petroleum refinery

6

CHRISTUS St. Patrick Hospital

915

Hospital

7

Stine Lumber Co.

664

Retail lumber/Building materials dealer

Source: Southwest Louisiana Economic Development Alliance

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Louisiana's top 20 public companies Ranked by 2016 revenue. PREV. RANK

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

CEO

BUSINESS

2016 REVENUE 2015 REVENUE

2016 NET INCOME

NO. OF EMPLOYEES

STOCK SYMBOL

1

1

CenturyLink 100 CenturyLink Drive, Monroe 71203

Glen Post

Communications

$17,470,000,000 $17,900,000,000

(2.40)

$626,000,000

40,000

CTL

2

2

Entergy Corp. 639 Loyola Ave., New Orleans 70113

Leo Denault

Electric utility

$10,845,645,000 $11,513,251,000

(5.80)

($564,503,000)

13,513

ETR

3

3

Pool Corp. 109 Northpark Blvd., Covington 70433

Manuel Perez de la Mesa

Pool products

$2,570,803,000 $2,363,139,000

8.79

$148,603,000

3,900

POOL

4

4

Lamar Advertising Co. 5321 Corporate Blvd., Baton Rouge 70808

Sean Reilly

Outdoor advertising

$1,500,294,000 $1,353,396,000

10.85

$298,809,000

3,300

LAMR

5

5

Amedisys 5959 S. Sherwood Forest Blvd., Baton Rouge 70816

Paul Kusserow

Health care services

$1,437,454,000 $1,280,541,000

12.25

$37,261,000

16,000

AMED

6

7

H&E Equipment Services 7500 Pecue Lane, Baton Rouge 70809

John Engquist

Integrated equipment services

$978,137,000 $1,039,831,000

(5.93)

$37,172,000

1,996

HEES

7

8

Tidewater 601 Poydras St., Ste. 1900, New Orleans 70130

Jeffrey Platt

Oil well services

$955,400,000 $979,062,000

(2.42)

($660,118,000)

5,510

TDW

8

9

IberiaBank Corp. 200 W. Congress St., Lafayette 70501

Daryl Byrd

Regional banking

$950,760,000 $867,251,000

9.63

$186,770,000

3,045

IBKC

9

10

LHC Group 420 W. Pinhook Road, Ste. A, Lafayette 70503

Keith Myers

Post-acute health services

$914,823,000 $816,366,000

12.06

$36,583,000

7,299

LHCG

10

NR

CKX Lands 1508 Hodges St., Lake Charles 70601

Brian Jones

Land and mineral interests

$863,402,000 $1,062,101,000

(18.71)

$170,674,000

3

CKX

NR=Not ranked. Revenue figures are from the end of the most recent fiscal year. Sources: SEC.gov, nasdaq.com and Yahoo Finance. Not all Louisiana public companies are shown, only those filing under the SEC with revenues of $66,667,000 or greater. Business Report assumes the data are accurate and truthful. Email scrump@businessreport.com with corrections.

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Louisiana's top 20 public companies Ranked by 2016 revenue. PREV. RANK

COMPANY HEADQUARTERS

CEO

BUSINESS

2016 REVENUE 2015 REVENUE

% CHANGE

2016 NET INCOME

NO. OF EMPLOYEES

STOCK SYMBOL

11

11

PHI Inc. 2001 SE Evangeline Thwy., Lafayette 70508

Al Gonsoulin

Helicopter transport services

$634,098,000 $804,228,000

(21.15)

($26,680,000)

2,425

PHII

12

14

Amerisafe 2301 U.S. 190 West, DeRidder 70634

G. Janelle Frost

Accident and health insurance

$396,662,000 $400,954,000

(1.07)

$77,865,000

437

AMSF

13

12

Stone Energy Corp. 625 E. Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette 70508

David Welch

Oil and gas operations

$377,392,000 $544,649,000

(30.71)

($590,586)

241

SGY

14

13

Hornbeck Offshore Services 103 Northpark Blvd., Ste. 300, Covington 70433

Todd Hornbeck

Offshore supply vessels

$224,299,000 $476,070,000

(52.89)

($63,846,000)

797

HOS

15

15

Conrad Industries 1501 Front St., Morgan City 70380

John Conrad Jr.

Steel and aluminum marine vessels

$164,416,000 $263,809,000

(37.68)

($1,694,000)

492

CNRD

16

18

MidSouth Bancorp Inc. 102 Versailles Blvd., Lafayette 70501

C.R. "Rusty" Cloutier

Regional banking

$98,136,000 $102,218,000

(3.99)

$9,439,000

515

MSL

17

19

Globalstar Inc. 300 Holiday Square Blvd., Covington 70433

James Monroe III

Wireless communications

$96,861,000 $90,490,000

7.04

($132,646,000)

344

GSAT

18

20

Crown Crafts 916 S. Burnside Ave., Gonzales 70737

E. Randall Chestnut

Infant and toddler products

$84,342,000 $85,978,000

(1.90)

$6,829,000

119

CRWS

19

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Home Bancorp Inc. 503 Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette 70508

John Bordelon

Regional banking

$78,841,000 $67,179,172

17.36

$16,008,000

344

HBCP

20

17

PetroQuest Energy

Charles Goodson

Oil and gas operations

$66,667,000 $115,969,000

(42.51)

($96,245)

64

PQ

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What Louisiana public company CEOs earn Ranked by 2016 salary.

CEO

COMPANY

2016 SALARY

BASE PAY

BONUS/INCENTIVE COMPENSATION

STOCK/OPTION AWARDS

OTHER COMPENSATION

STOCK SYMBOL RETURN ON ASSETS

1

Glen Post

CenturyLink

$19,966,214

$1,250,000

$2,088,191

$10,518,344

$109,679

CTL 3.45%

2

Leo Denault

Entergy Corp.

$13,478,724

$1,191,462

$6,321,400

$5,686,076

$97,786

ETR 2.47%

3

Daryl Byrd

IberiaBank Corp.

$4,441,868

$1,095,150

$860,245

$2,248,308

$238,165

IBKC 0.92%

4

Todd Hornbeck

Hornbeck Offshore Services

$4,431,164

$637,500

$318,750

$3,442,492

$32,422

HOS -1.93%

5

Manuel Perez de la Mesa

Pool Corp.

$4,177,518

$480,000

$1,698,357

$1,910,010

$89,151

POOL 13.03%

6

Sean Reilly

Lamar Advertising Co.

$4,170,251

$700,000

$400,000

$2,636,040

$434,211

LAMR 6.76%

7

Jeffrey Platt

Tidewater

$4,098,927

$650,000

$1,261,400

$2,116,652

$70,875

TDW -1.60%

8

Paul Kusserow

Amedisys

$3,720,072

$875,000

$218,750

$2,557,413

$68,909

AMED 6.49%

9

Keith Myers

LHC Group

$3,008,338

$700,000

$350,000

$1,852,036

$106,302

LHCG 7.50%

10 David Welch

Stone Energy Corp.

$2,820,145

$650,000

$1,980,968

$168,258

$20,919

SGY -2.80%

11 John Engquist

H&E Equipment Services

$2,413,716

$841,615

$367,000

$1,122,004

$83,097

HEES 5.22%

12 G. Janelle Frost

Amerisafe

$1,589,133

$462,500

$603,607

$504,401

$18,625

AMSF 3.93%

13 Al Gonsoulin

PHI Inc.

$1,493,235

$675,000

N/A

$798,983

$19,252

PHII N/A

14 Charles Goodson

PetroQuest Energy

$1,317,008

$636,540

$210,058

$433,145

$37,265

PQ -1.88%

15 E. Randall Chestnut

Crown Crafts

$1,161,006

$472,413

$417,150

$250,000

$21,443

CRWS 11.42%

16 John Bordelon

Home Bancorp Inc.

$716,142

$350,000

$91,441

$206,640

$68,061

HBCP 1.13%

17 C.R. "Rusty" Cloutier

MidSouth Bancorp Inc.

$526,912

$426,667

$10,000

N/A

$90,245

MSL 0.50%

18 John Conrad Jr.

Conrad Industries

$375,188

$360,300

N/A

N/A

$14,888

CNRD 13.33%

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