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  • 5/11/17 3:39 pm EDT

    Ashly Coggins, a construction area manager for Fluor, presented on innovative safety solutions at Engineering News-Record’s Groundbreaking Women in Construction Conference in San Francisco, California on May 2, 2017.

    “The Groundbreaking Women in Construction Conference provided an incredible opportunity for colleagues to collaborate on the most important topic in our industry – safety,” said Coggins. “I was honored to have the opportunity to share how Fluor is investing in innovation to enhancemore...

  • 4/3/17 6:55 pm EDT

    Fluor has entered into a cooperation agreement with HiLoad LNG AS, a subsidiary of Sevan Marine ASA, for global projects that use HiLoad’s floating regasification dock (FRD) liquefied natural gas (LNG) technology.

  • 2/28/17 4:20 pm EST

    The Sasol ethane cracker and derivatives project in Southwest Louisiana made significant advancements in 2016, with all of the work underpinned by an unwavering focus on safety.

    Fluor, in a joint venture with TechnipFMC, is serving as the project’s primary engineering, procurement and construction management contractor, which encompasses an ethane cracker, six derivatives units and utilities and offsites. Valued at $11 billion, the project will roughly triple Sasol’s chemical productionmore...

  • 1/25/17 11:28 am EST

    Five Fluor employees have been honored as Engineering News-Record’s Top Young Professionals for 2017. Engineering News-Record selected rising young professionals from across 10 regions in the United States who have already made significant contributions to the industry and their communities.

    Fluor’s honorees span the United States and multiple business lines and include:

  • 1/16/17 10:12 am EST

    Fluor Corporation is executing engineering, procurement and construction management for two projects at facilities in Suzhou City, Jiangsu Province and Gaolan Port Economic Zone of Zhuhai, China.

    At Ingevity’s manufacturing facility in Suzhou, Fluor is adding one new production line and relocating a production line from another plant. Fluor is also responsible for a new laboratory building at Ingevity’s existing manufacturing facility in Zhuhai. Both facilities produce activated carbon, whichmore...

  • 12/16/16 3:50 pm EST

    Fluor announced today that Chevron (China) Chemicals Co., LTD. (Chevron Oronite) has selected Fluor to perform front-end engineering and design (FEED) work for a manufacturing facility in Ningbo, Zhejiang, China. Fluor booked the undisclosed contract value in the fourth quarter of 2016.

    The facility will serve as a blending and shipping operation for fuel and lubricant additives. The additives are used to enhance fuel performance and improve the reliability, efficiency and lifespan of engines.more...

  • 11/28/16 10:36 am EST

    The world’s largest Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) exporter, Qatar, embarked on a mission in the mid-2000s to reduce carbon emissions from its world-class LNG facilities as part of its commitment to environmental sustainability.

  • 11/11/16 9:28 am EST
    It has been 10 years since the Department of Energy (DOE) declared completion of the Fernald cleanup project in southwestern Ohio. Fluor was the Department of Energy’s prime cleanup contractor at Fernald, overseeing operations from 1992 through its declaration of completion in 2006. At the time, members of the Fernald community gathered to celebrate the cleanup and closure of the former uranium-processing facility. It was an end of one era for the site, and the beginning of another as themore...
  • 11/4/16 11:29 am EDT

    The Idaho Governor’s Office of Energy Resources has selected the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Idaho site as the recipient of the 2016 Governor's Award for Leadership in Energy Efficiency. The award recognizes the successes of Fluor Idaho and other contractors for cutting emissions and reducing building energy costs by more than $680,000 annually.

  • 10/21/16 7:55 am EDT

    The National Academy of Construction has elected Darrell E. Waters, senior vice president, Fluor Corporation, as a member of its 2016 class. The 2016 class includes 30 new inductees. Three hundred industry leaders were considered for the NAC’s rigorous nomination and election process.



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