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  • 8/9/16 8:57 am EDT

    Stork, a Fluor company, won the ‘Operational Excellence’ award at Technip’s 8thAnnual Suppliers Day held in Oslo, Norway recently. This award acknowledged Stork’s commitment to the supply of subsea machining and bolting equipment including subsea bolt tensioning, subsea hydraulic torque tooling, subsea nut splitting and subsea hydraulic equipment.

  • 8/1/16 5:11 pm EDT

    Fluor has safely resumed work and module setting on the Suncor East Tank Farm Development Project in the Athabasca oil sands region of Alberta, Canada after the Fort McMurray wildfires.

  • 6/13/16 1:55 pm EDT

    From electrical standards to logistics, Fluor employees’ expertise spans across industries. The Fluor Fellows Program was created to recognize the company’s most distinguished experts who excel in their area of technical specialty.

  • 5/9/16 11:27 am EDT
    Julie Doering

    Fluor has completed a major deactivation milestone for the Department of Energy (DOE) at the Portsmouth Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) Project in Ohio. Workers have removed the last of more than 7,000 uranium enrichment components from the X-326 Building, a 2.5-million square foot facility that played a central role in the site’s mission of producing enriched uranium for more than 60 years.  The components were part of a complex system consisting of compressors, convertersmore...

  • 4/22/16 2:12 pm EDT
    Brett Turner

    A Fluor-led consortium has started design and construction on a $581 million infrastructure project in Austin, Texas, to expand an approximately eight-mile stretch of highway from U.S. 290 to the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (State Highway 71) into a six-lane superhighway for the Client, Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (CTMRA). Construction teams broke ground on April 6, with a ceremonial event lead by the Client and attended by CTMRA Chairman Ray Wilkerson, Executivemore...

  • 4/6/16 11:24 am EDT
    Julie Doering

    Fluor has received a 30-month extension on its contract at the Department of Energy’s Portsmouth Decontamination and Decommissioning (D&D) Project in Ohio. The estimated value of the award is approximately $750 million. The work will be performed by Fluor-BWXT Portsmouth, LLC, a Fluor-led partnership, together with subcontractor CH2M and small business subcontractors Pro2Serve, Innovative Solutions and Wastren Advantage.

  • 4/4/16 9:25 am EDT
    Julie Doering

    Fluor Federal Solutions has received an award to continue its work operating the Mississippi Job Corps Center for the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). The new contract covers a two-year base period, with three potential one-year options. Fluor has managed the Center in Crystal Springs, Mississippi, since 1999, providing academic, career and technical training to a rolling enrollment of approximately 350 residential students at a time. Fluor’s scope also includes facility operations andmore...

  • 3/30/16 9:43 am EDT
    Julie Doering

    Researchers at the Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) and the University of Georgia (UGA) have created a nanostructure that early experiments reveal could increase the efficiency of solar energy. A nanostructure is an extremely small particle, ranging in size between microscopic and molecular.

    The scientists hypothesized that nanostructures fabricated from a core of iron oxide and coated with a shell of titanium dioxide would absorb more solar energy than traditional single-layermore...

  • 3/30/16 9:41 am EDT
    Julie Doering

    Members of the advisory board for the Portsmouth Decontamination and Decommissioning Project, which Fluor operates, toured Fernald, a previous Fluor project, this month with the hope of getting a glimpse into the future by visiting the past. The board’s charter is to provide recommendations to the Department of Energy (DOE) on cleanup plans at the former uranium enrichment plant located in Southeastern Ohio. Those plans include the construction of an On-Site Waste Disposal Facility, which somemore...

  • 3/21/16 3:51 pm EDT

    Department of Energy (DOE) Director of Idaho Operations Rick Provencher and Utah Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS) General Manager Doug Hunter have signed an agreement between the DOE and UAMPS that provides UAMPS with a use permit to choose a suitable nuclear power plant site within 900 square miles of Idaho high desert, within the Idaho National Laboratory site boundaries.



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