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Fluor Corporation is one of the world's largest publicly owned engineering, procurement, construction, maintenance (EPCM), and project management companies. Over the past century, Fluor has become a trusted global business leader by providing exceptional services and technical knowledge across every phase of a project. Fluor works with governments and multinational companies to design, build, and maintain many of the world's most complex and challenging capital projects.

Consistently rated as one of the world's safest contractors, Fluor's primary objective is to develop, execute, and maintain capital projects on schedule, within budget, and with operational excellence. The individual and collective expertise of Fluor's 41,000 global employees provides cost-effective, intelligent solutions in a timely manner. In addition to project offices, Fluor maintains a network of offices in more than 25 countries across six continents. Outstanding dependability, expertise, and safety distinguish Fluor as the preeminent leader in the global building services marketplace.

Fluor is a FORTUNE 500 company that is ranked No. 1 in FORTUNE magazine's ''Engineering, Construction'' category of America's largest corporations. Fluor has been consistently listed among the top five companies in that same category on FORTUNE's annual survey of America's Most Admired Companies and is also the only U.S.-based company in that category on FORTUNE's Global Most Admired Companies list. Engineering News-Record (ENR) magazine ranks Fluor No. 1 on its Top 100 Contractors by New Contracts list and No. 2 on its Top 400 Contractors and Top 100 Design-Build Firms lists. This recognition emphasizes Fluor's ability to execute successfully large, financially complex projects around the globe.

Fluor serves clients in a wide variety of traditional and evolving industries worldwide, including chemicals and petrochemicals; commercial and institutional; government services; health-care; life sciences; manufacturing; microelectronics; mining; oil and gas; power; renewable energy; telecommunications; and transportation infrastructure.