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Community Service Blog

  • 12/4/18 2:30 pm EST

    For the second consecutive year, Connect 202 Partners (C202P), the Fluor-led company that is building the South Mountain Freeway in Phoenix, was named as part of the esteemed Arizona Million Dollar Circle of Excellence (MDCE) at the 7th Annual Business Diversity Summit hosted by the Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Minority Business Development Center.

    The Arizona MDCE recognizes businesses that lead the way in supplier diversity in the state of Arizona by spending more than $1more...

  • 11/12/18 2:01 pm EST

    Through its annual Golf for Greater Houston charity event, Fluor has been giving back to the community for more than 10 years. With the support from generous sponsors and donors – and countless volunteer hours – the event recently raised $410,000 for nine deserving Houston-area charities in its most successful tournament to date.

  • 10/24/18 9:27 am EDT

    What do you consider more important, providing food for your family or purchasing schools supplies for your child? Unfortunately, all too often, this is the choice some parents have to make.

    To help ease the financial strain on families, Fluor’s Building Futures program serves as a safety net for thousands of low-income families by providing backpacks and school supplies to students.

  • 8/27/18 10:48 am EDT

    Cooper Academy recently concluded student orientation with a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) playground sponsored by Fluor. Guest speakers included Johnston County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. David Ross Renfrow, Director of North Carolina State Parks and Recreation Dwayne Patterson, Fluor Construction Director Bailey Forrest, Cooper Academy Principal Jocell Flores and more.

  • 7/27/18 10:47 am EDT

    The Fluor Foundation, Fluor’s philanthropic arm, has donated $500,000 to the International African American Museum (IAAM) in Charleston, South Carolina.

  • 7/26/18 8:26 am EDT

    More than 100 people on the Novo Nordisk Diabetes Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (DAPI) US Project team volunteered 1,150 hours over the course of four days to install a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) Playground at Cooper Academy, a Title I school in Clayton, North Carolina.

  • 7/5/18 8:16 am EDT

    In Westlake, Louisiana, the 400 students at S.P. Arnett middle school are getting an upfront look to project  execution.

  • 6/25/18 8:31 am EDT

    After six months of engineering and construction lessons, the girls in the Movers & Makers Club in Clayton, North Carolina, put their skills to the test and built a modular playground structure June 2.

  • 6/13/18 4:19 pm EDT

    In 2017, Fluor employees from the Chevron Phillips Chemical (CPChem) project in Baytown, Texas donated $35,000 to Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District (CISD). The money was earmarked towards the school district’s summer meal delivery program, which ensures children have access to healthy meals during the summer months.

  • 5/31/18 10:53 am EDT

    Imagine a raindrop falling over the United States Continental Divide. The slightest push of wind can send that rain drop to completely different destinations - either the Pacific or Atlantic ocean. High school students are similar; sometimes all they need is a little exposure and encouragement to completely change their life trajectories. This is the goal of the Houston ACE (Architecture, Construction and Engineering) Mentoring Program, a collaborative effort to bring the multifacetedmore...


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