November 5, 1999 |
The U.S. attorney's office said Thursday it will prosecute a whistle-blower lawsuit accusing Aliso Viejo-based Fluor Daniel Inc. of overbilling the government for $9.3 million in contract overhead expenses. The civil lawsuit was filed under seal in 1997 by a former Fluor Daniel accountant. It was unsealed last week by a judge in U.S. District Court in Santa Ana. Flour Daniel is a subsidiary of Fluor Corp., the largest U.S. engineering and construction company. In the suit, Patrick C.
September 16, 1999 |
A joint venture that includes Fluor Daniel has been given a preliminary nod to supply program management services for a $2.14 billion railway construction and engineering project to improve one of the United Kingdom's most heavily traveled rail lines, Aliso Viejo-based Fluor announced Wednesday. Financial terms were not disclosed. The venture, which also includes Mott McDonald, would provide "front-end" services for the seven-year project.
September 9, 1999 |
Aliso Viejo-based Fluor Daniel and British engineering firm Amec PLC are jointly pursuing several multimillion-dollar oil and gas engineering and construction projects in the Caspian Sea and Vietnam, a Fluor Daniel official said Wednesday. The potential value of the contracts ranges from $150 million to several billion dollars, said Charles Sands, senior vice president, oil and gas power at Fluor Daniel.
August 18, 1999 |
Duke/Fluor Daniel, a partnership of Duke Energy Corp. and Aliso Viejo-based Fluor Daniel Inc., said Tuesday it has been awarded a contract to provide engineering, procurement and construction services for a $180-million power plant in Upton County, Georgia. The plant is expected to be fully operational by June 1, providing electricity to serve the summer peak demand. The contract was awarded by West Georgia Generating Co., L.P., a subsidiary of Sonat Energy Services Co.
February 5, 1999
Irvine-based Fluor Daniel said Thursday that its Maintenance Services operating company has been awarded a three-year contract valued at more than $50 million to provide various engineering and construction services to Clariant. The contract covers work at sites in North and South Carolina, Virginia and Rhode Island, Fluor said.
January 15, 1999 |
Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said Thursday he will withhold funding for a $6.3-billion high-speed train system to have been built by an international consortium that included Irvine-based Fluor Daniel Inc. The 325-mile rail system would have connected Tampa, Orlando and Miami with trains traveling at 125 to 200 mph. Bush opposed the Florida Overland Express, known as the FOX, because of concern that it wouldn't attract enough riders to make it financially viable.