Strong company values with Safety being the most imortant component.
Project Management/ Site Construction Manager (Current Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 25 June 2017
Fluor is a Great company to work for. They are a very progressive company with strong values and a consistent structure that enables their employees to perform to the best of their ability giving them every opportunity to succeed. The most attractive value and the most important value Fluor has, is that they put their employee's and contractors safety ahead of everything else. I would recommend working for this company to anyone.
Working at Fluor was a very fulfilling experience. This company is very family and community oriented, They hold many functions that include the whole family and also activities that benefit the local community and food banks.
Project Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 2 June 2017
I had a good run at Fluor for 5 years and learned some valuable skills. Was able to work autonomously and independent while still being part of the overall team. Flexible work hours made work/life balance easy to achieve.
Electrical and Instrument Work Force Planner (Former Employee) – Redwater, AB – 29 May 2017
I enjoy the fast pace of the demands put on me to meet the deadlines The workplace demands of a 10 hour day never seems to be enough time to complete the goals. The best part of working for Fluor is the support given by all the workmates around me The workforce all seem to gather together to complete all goals and deadlines
HSE Lead (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 27 May 2017
Working for Fluor has been very positive for my career. Their safety culture is second to none and the people that I have had the pleasure to meet and work with will be life long friends. I have learned a ton during my 5.5 years with the organization and look forward to possibly rejoining the team again someday.
Document Control Analyst (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 25 May 2017
The training was excellent. The workplace environment was very professional. I didn't experience having lunch and learn sessions when I was working with the company but was able to attend their town hall meetings where management discussed the ongoing and future projects of the company.
Electrician (Current Employee) – Fort McKay, AB – 23 May 2017
Its a good company its the first one i ever worked with in industrial, after doing so much cable pull, I'm pretty good at it now. Id like to try something else. I have a lot to pay for in my personal life so a good paying job for me is a must, but would like to try new things of course.
Turnover Documentation Coordinator (Former Employee) – Long Harbour, NL – 22 May 2017
Working for Fluor was the best work experience of my entire career bar none. The Fluor Management treated me like I was important and that I contributed. There was plenty of advancement, and many learning opportunities with them. I learned much from my experience working with them.
Lots of awards for good work and great treatment.
I can't say anything really bad about them other than I would have liked to become an employee.
Contracts Technician (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 18 May 2017
I have worked there for almost 5 years I had no possibilities of advancement I was out of job while others with less experience and hired after me stayed There was no work / life balance. Our lunch brakes were lunch and learn. The most enjoyable part at work was my job. I loved what I did.
Estimator (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 15 May 2017
A lot of knowledgeable staff members, always willing to share their experiences to help guide you as long as you're willing to learn. Not always open to new ideas, however the environment is cohesive and well structured.
On site Construction Warehouse/Yard Superintendent (Former Employee) – NWR Refinery – 8 May 2017
Receiving, storage and issuing construction materials. I learned that Fluor was not in the construction portion of the industry for about 10 years and was getting back into it. The warehouse manger was very knowledgable and supportive. The hardest part was the lack of support from the construction side of the project. I enjoyed meeting and working with all the new people.
Area Construction Supervisor (Former Employee) – B.C – 22 April 2017
. meeting with client a great experience on perspective what they want. . management team were quit diverse in different fields of construction. . hardest part of the project was dealing adverse winter conditions. . completing the turn over packages was the most enjoyable of the project.
Engineering Technician (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 21 April 2017
Great company with a huge reputation in the industrial, oil and gas sectors. Workplace culture of supporting one other and giving the maximum effort to deliver projects within budget in a timely manner. Hardest part of the job was the lack of trust from certain managers to assign some work to junior engineers even though they are more than capable to handle the work load and perform the tasks to the utmost of professionalism.