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.
Supervisor Materials Management (Former Employee) – Canada, China and South Africa – 27 May 2016
Fluor is a great place to work for with opportunities to learn and grow with management support. Experts with many years experience who are willing to share their experiences and support other team members. Fluor gave me the opportunity to go on assignments and gained international experience. Overall a good place to work for but the unfortunate downturn in the oil and gas industry took us all by surprise.
Lunch and learn sessions, international assignment opportunities
Designer (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 24 May 2016
Worked at Fluor for close to 8 years. Left for a new opportunity in a different part of the country (one where Fluor didn't have offices) due to a family situation.
The company has a very strong culture that encourages employees to get involved and develop their skills. Fluor was a great place to start out as a new graduate because of all the amazing support, mentorship, encouragement, community engagement, and career opportunities available. Management was very supportive and encouraging.
The people truly make the company. Fluor hires exceptional people who are committed to safety, integrity, work/life balance, and constant improvement. Fluor has a lot of policies, rules and procedures which are outstanding but at the same time the red tape could get in the way of getting things done in a timely manner.
Fridays Off, Education & Training Programs, Site Opportunities
Approval levels required for everything could be overkill and slowed things down
Maintenance Planner (B shift Froth) (Current Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 18 May 2016
have to work 12 a day for straight 10 days. i learned management skill company has a very friendly work atmosphere Management policy is safety first on every thing very cooperative co workers hardest part of the job on your turn of work you must have to show up weather is X Mass day. Safety is the first thats the most enjoyable part of the work no need to put your self in any kind of risk
Building specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 24 April 2016
I was able to coordinate with all other disciplines like piping, mechanical, electrical and hvac to achieve a proper architectural and structural design in compliance with industry standards and client specs. I enjoyed problem solving, and get the deliverables on time.
Productive and Fun workplace with good work environment
Senior Piping Designer (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 21 April 2016
- With meetings and deadlines - Learned how to do it right the first time in time with clients requirement - The co-workers were sometimes fun to work with, sometimes having good discussions, in all was a good team work where everybody was aware of roles and responsibilities and trusted each other.
Business Service Assistant (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 4 April 2016
The organization has amazing co-workers that just light up your day even when its gloomy. Project managers were excellent to work with; learned a lot of leadership skills from them. Overall, good place to work but downturn in the oil and gas industry took us all by surprise.
Structural Engineer (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 1 April 2016
Fluor Canada Ltd is a great place to work and grow, there is lots of opportunities and support in the company. Experts who are willing to share their experiences and support other team members. Fluor gave me the opportunity to change my career path to the area I am sure there will be more challenges and room to grow.
Interface Coordinator (Former Employee) – Calgary – 15 March 2016
This position at Fluor was something new and different and therefore did not have a lot of guidance as to day to day activities. Most positions at Fluor have many work practices and procedures so it is easy to understand expectations.
Procurement Specialist (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 11 March 2016
Global presence allows you to take on opportunities anywhere in the world, as long as you push for it. Working at Fluor was a great advantage, as you get good visibility and power over the rest of the firm.
Great working environment, employees are friendly and helpful
Manager (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 19 February 2016
Fluor University is a valuable source of the information and knowledge. The company's policies and procedures can be easily found there. This helps to find answers to any questions you may have and learn about the company business. Monthly conference calls keep you updated on changes or new procedures.
Great place to work, great people and very respected
SENIOR CIVIL/STRUCTURAL DESIGNER (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 8 February 2016
I have worked for a number of Engineering firms in two continents, and I can confidently say, Fluor Calgary has been the most rewarding place to work. Its rather sad that I have to say goodbye, but I had to do leave previously in 08, when the economy slowed also. I cant recommend this company enough!
Great respectful atmosphere, very professional, and really looks after all staff
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Kearl Lake, AB – 6 February 2016
The maintenance team was a mix of millwrights, carpenters and pipe fitters. Being the only supervisor for this company on this project I have learned a lot on being a self learner and a representative for the company. I had one apprentice and a service truck. This was a small piping team which was great.