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  • 11/6/15 8:37 am EST
    Julie Doering

    The Navy has exercised option eight of Fluor Federal Solutions’ base operations support (BOS) contract at Naval Air Station (NAS) Pensacola. The modification, valued at approximately $28.4 million, brings the total contract value to $228.6 million, with a period of performance from Oct. 1, 2015 to Sept. 30, 2016. Fluor’s scope includes facility, safety, environmental, utility, vehicle and equipment services support, as well as emergency response, allowing the Navy to focus on its core missionmore...

  • 11/5/15 3:58 pm EST

    Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) announced today Plant Engineering Services, LLC (PES), its plant-based and maintenance focused engineering subsidiary, has opened a new office in Texas City, Texas.

    PES provides engineering and design solutions for maintenance and small projects to industrial clients across the United States. In addition to office-based support, PES provides site-based teams and in-plant seconded personnel. This new office is strategically located to support key clients in themore...

  • 9/3/15 9:14 am EDT
    Julie Doering

    Both Karen Davis from the Portsmouth site and Dr. Terry Michalske from the Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) have received the Department of Energy’s (DOE) highest honors for their efforts in promoting the utilization of small businesses. Davis, who manages the small business program at the Portsmouth Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) Project, received DOE’s Facility Management Contractor Small Business Achievement of the Year award. Michalske was chosen as the Laboratorymore...

  • 7/22/15 2:39 pm EDT

    Ilya Nariyev, a chartered senior electrical engineer with Fluor, has been recognized as the European Construction Institute's (ECI) Young Professional of the Year award winner.  Nariyev, 33, is currently a specialist electrical engineer on one of the world’s largest oil and gas projects.

  • 5/15/15 3:46 pm EDT

    The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) recently announced its annual Young Hispanic Corporate Achievers (YHCA) award selections. Fluor’s Edwin Paoli Perez, senior facilities integration specialist, from Greenville, South Carolina, was honored during the award ceremony in Atlanta, Georgia.more...

  • 5/13/15 5:26 pm EDT

    The Women Builders Council (WBC) recently held its 11th Annual Champion Awards dinner, honoring outstanding women in construction. Five talented Tappan Zee Constructors (TZC) women from Fluor Corporation, among other women at TZC, were honored at the grand event, which celebrated a decade of promoting diversity throughout the industry.

    All of the Fluor honorees represented the New NY Bridge project to replace the existing Tappan Zee Bridge, which won themore...

  • 4/17/15 3:43 pm EDT

    With 20 of 66 train cars delivered to the site, train testing has started for the Denver Rail Project. Beginning with clearance testing in March, the project team pushed a mounted frame representing the train envelope along the 23-mile corridor called the East Rail Line. This line will carry passengers to and from the Denver International Airport to downtown Denver on a 37-minute ride, starting next spring.

  • 11/4/14 3:00 pm EST

    The Fluor-led, 95 Express Lanes joint venture team, Fluor-Lane 95, LLC, was awarded the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and Transportation Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Advisory Committee Prime Contractor of the Year during the DBE Symposium in Newport News, Virginia.

  • 9/18/14 1:09 pm EDT

    The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) presented Fluor's UK office with Gold Corporate Partnership in recognition of its world-class skills and professional development programs. IChemE president and professor of energy engineering at Imperial College London, Geoff Maitland, presented the honor on September 12, 2014.

  • 9/8/14 12:28 pm EDT

    September 8, 2014, marks the start of Fluor's annual Construction Week celebration that recognizes the contributions that the men and women of the construction industry make to shaping our world.



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