Associate Project Controls Specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 14 January 2018
Very typical EPC company, when there are projects, they treat you well and expect you to work hard as a return. In the down market with fewer projects, don't expect them to keep you, as soon as your project finish, they will let you go without hesitation, which actually makes sense in this industry, just be prepared.
Project Controls Specialist (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 16 October 2017
I worked on one of Fluor's projects which was fast paced and hectic yet over all enjoyable because of the high work calibre and the genuine support of the management and peers. The hardest part of the job was being away from home. As in any site projects, one would be on the work site, away from home for a specific period of time. The most enjoyable part was when you sincerely felt that you have accomplished something that has been a good contribution to the successful completion of the project.
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
Project Controls Specialist (Current Employee) – Calgary, Alberta – 22 October 2014
Every day presented new challenges and opportunities to learn and enhance your personal professional skill set. Management was very approachable and interacted with the team as if just one of the team. Co workers were very diversified in their skills and all team members shared their experiences with each other.