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.
Great company to work with they showed such well being for everyone on site.
Safety Supervisor Lead (Former Employee) – Fort McMurray, AB – 15 October 2015
I would work for Fluor Energy again in an instant, they have such a high standard for a safety culture which is such a great thing to see and work with, especially with so many contractors and subcontractors and different standards and policies that each has.
Such an enthusiastic project to work on with everyone striving for the same safety success
Procurement Technician/Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB. Canad – 14 October 2015
I would love the opportunity to work with Fluor again. Found Management supportive; Your are not overworked ...although there are tight schedules, particularly on a Project. Fluor trys to keep a work/life balance; in that, they have a gym on site and walking groups: also the Health and Benefits scheme is excellent due mostly to its flexibility. The attitude at Fluor is provide a great service to their Clients; thus it gives the employee a positive swing towards our Clients.
Document Management Specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 23 September 2015
If you know your work well then you can make wonders here. Depends what project you are doing and what kind of team you have, generally people are helpful and understanding but I wish Management could have been better.
As a Junior I was constantly talked down to and made to feel useless
Junior Piping Draftsperson (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 27 August 2015
I spent 2 years with Fluor Calgary feeling uncomfortable and mistreated. As an inexperienced junior I was led to believe I would become a designer, received the training for the software and was never allowed to use it. I was told not to bother the designers with my questions and year later after my training I was thrown into a busy project and was told I wasn't performing and was even questioned whether I ever attended school.
I was then told that if I performed badly I would get a bad reputation in the industry and would never find another job. I was given 2 weeks to turn things around, during which time I was given other projects to do, never getting around to improving and nothing was ever explained.
I spent the next 5 months getting scraps of work which hardly filled my day. I was told by one of the other managers I was set up to fail. I was also told that unless you're female or a foreigner you'll take twice as long to get anywhere.
I left shortly thereafter...worst experience of my life.
Fluor Driver (Current Employee) – Kearl By Fort McMurray in Alberta Canada – 15 August 2015
A company who believes in its safety culture and will walk the walk so to speak. Committed to excellence in their professional execution of their maintenance schedule keeping an eye on quality and efficiency while maintaining the clients work culture and ethics.
Training Coordinator (Former Employee) – Kearl Lake, AB – 7 July 2015
Working at Fluor Driver was one of the best experiences of my life. The people you work with become your family, and everyone looks out for one another. I enjoyed going to work every day, and the 10/10 rotation left lots of room for life outside of work.
Associate Control Systems Design Specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 2 June 2015
Very productive teams and dedicated employees Fluor was a pleasure to work for.
Vast amount of senior employees who are loaded with experience and knowledge and are very willing to help.
Sadly, managements put employees at the very bottom of their priorities as profits, clients and just about everything is more important. I understand the reality of this tough market, but it is still somewhat disappointing to see Fluor go down that road (much more so than other companies).
Great team members who are helpful, knowledgeable and welcoming
Little training and development opportunities, deceitful managment
Piping Design Engineer (Current Employee) – National Capital Region – 7 May 2015
Management is good, Co-workers are friendly, You'll learn a lot in your everyday work, hardest part of the job is revising designs over and over again, enjoyable part of the job is working with top notch professionals.
Lead - Site Project Document Control (Former Employee) – Long Harbour, NL – 13 April 2015
I enjoyed working for Fluor. Fluor was one of the best company,s I have ever worked for. The people were great - benefits were very good. With Fluor I learned new systems from mentors. I learned to train other people on the Document Control Systems. Started writing Work Instructions. The best part of the job was the support I received from all management.
The hardest part of the job was starting a new job with a 5\2 shift and with no rotation I was unable to get home on a regular basis