Planner/Pre-Commissioning (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 20 September 2017
Fluor was a great place to work. With every job there are positives and negatives. Some of the positives were, good wages, good shift schedule, great coworkers. Some of the negatives were crammed office space, and long work days.
Predominantly a construction company working on large scale projects.
HSE Lead Night Shift (Former Employee) – Red Water, Alberta – 5 September 2017
I have worked for Fluor Corp. on 3 separate occasions in the oil & gas / industrial construction sector. I have had good experiences working at Fluor and I would return to this company as either an employee or HSE contractor again.
Challenging and fast-paced; always busy but rewarding; most were great people to work with.
Director, CONTRACT MANAGEMENT (Former Employee) – Fort MacMurray, Canada – 29 August 2017
A fast paced environment working on some of the largest and most complex projects in the world.Allowed to work with a minimum of supervision. A true sense of accomplishment in completing these projects.
Flour - Fort Hills Project Modularization Construction Experience
Construct Quality Control Supervisor II (Current Employee) – Fort Hills, Fort McMurray, AB – 26 August 2017
I joined Fluor Canada Ltd as Construct Quality Control Supervisor II, Night Shift. Fluor Canada Ltd. is a world leader in engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction services for Clients around the world. I was assigned to the construction includes Steam Generation Plant, Boiler Feed Water Plant, Condensate Recovery Plant, Process Water Plant, Water Treatment Plant, Condensate Pre-coat Plant, Recycle Water Pump House, Fire Water Pump House, Cooling Tower and Storage Tanks. At the beginning involved in the incoming inspection of modules and installation of modules with utmost accuracy on pile caps. Structural steel construction as well as piping. Involved in module settings, checking of lines and levels and supporting construction and production team. Reviewing and logging of AB83and MDR.
IN-process inspection of closure welds as stipulated by ASME B31.3, ABSA and as per Succor Specs and documenting. Witnessing pressure tests and documenting, witnessing category 1 and 2 torquing and documenting.
Conducted welder orientation for new welders and issuing welder IDs and documenting. Reviewed Codes, Project Quality Plan Suncor specifications and organized a training program for new welders. Trained new welders and fitters for better quality production and reduce repair rates.
The hardest part of the job is module setting and inspection of closure welds, and dealing with Old School Superintendents who are least concerned about quality.
The enjoyable part of the job is the amazing growth/progress in production as modularization construction, the plants comingmore... up day by day. Working with experienced Quality Managers and Construction Managers and professionalism.less
Was working with a experienced quality team and learned modularization construction pros and cons.
Skilled workers and staffs high turn over, not retaining experienced staffs and skilled workers. I was appointed through a man power contractor, not as a direct contractor. Hence best part of the remuneration is taken by the middle man.
static Equipment Engineer (Former Employee) – National Capital Region – 26 August 2017
Fluor is one of the world’s largest publicly traded engineering, procurement, construction (EPC), maintenance, and project management companies. Fluor works with governments and Clients in diverse industries around the world to design, construct, and maintain complex and challenging capital projects.
Field Engineer (Former Employee) – Suncor Fort Hills Fort MacMurray, AB – 25 August 2017
Good company and manage their people well. Salary wise, not bad considering the economy. Benefits and employment package are reasonable. Treats it's people well regardless of race, religion, language, eduacation.
engineering management coordinator (Former Employee) – Calgary & Vancouver – 26 July 2017
Fluor Canada is a one of the best company to work with, I have been with Fluor for my past 20 years. Company needs to diversify quickly in other engineering field such as infrastructure to survive in Canadian market.
Senior Control Sytems Engineer (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 26 July 2017
Fluor is a great professional EPCF Company which I am so honored to working in such a professional place. Fluor has a very systematic and strong technical background. Friendly environment and everyone willing to help each other to finish the job successfully.
Scaffolder (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 17 July 2017
Too many buddies hire there buddies in this company and there buddies get the job promotions so if your not in the clic you will not advance. Inexperienced supervision skipping chain of command and being promoted they rely on experienced trades to send in SOS cards to give them tips on manageing there safety there is too much office dead weight. Overall if you go to work and don't say anything you will keep your job with them if you make them look good.
Help pays the bills
There main concern is your coffee breaks and lunch times. They altar safety records
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.