April 17, 1991
Fluor Daniel Inc. will oversee a $400-million expansion of Philip Morris U.S.A.'s cigarette manufacturing plant in Cabarrus, N.C., company officials disclosed Tuesday. The project, which will increase the plant's capacity by almost 50% to 125 billion cigarettes a year, began in February and is scheduled to be completed in mid-1994. Fluor Daniel, the Irvine-based engineering subsidiary of the Fluor Corp, declined to disclose the precise value of its contract to perform management services.
June 25, 1993
Fluor Daniel Inc. said Thursday it has won a contract worth $20 million from the Army Corps of Engineers to provide environmental and hazardous waste monitoring services at military bases across the nation. Fluor Daniel, the engineering and construction subsidiary of Fluor Corp., said the one-year contract also has options for another two years.
July 18, 1991 |
Fluor Daniel Inc. said Wednesday that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has renewed a five-year contract with the engineering firm to oversee the building and expansion of weather service offices and radar stations around the country. The federal agency is modernizing outdated equipment such as radar systems, some of which are left over from the 1950s. The new radar can predict tornadoes, wind shear and heavy rain.
July 1, 1997
Fluor Corp.'s principal subsidiary, Fluor Daniel Inc., said Monday it has signed a management consulting contract for ADNOC-Borealis' petrochemical complex in Ruwais, Abu Dhabi, in the United Arab Emirates. Project and contract values were not disclosed.
August 14, 1990
Irvine-based Fluor Daniel Inc., the principal operating unit of Fluor Corp., said Monday that it was awarded two contracts with a total value of about $22 million for energy-related projects. The company said it won a $10-million contract from Vancouver-based Westcoast Energy Inc. to provide process design, detailed engineering and procurement for expansion of a gas-processing facility in northeast British Columbia. Fluor Daniel also said it obtained a $12-million contract from Mobil Oil Corp.
February 28, 1996
Fluor Daniel's $4.8-billion contract to help build the nation's first high-speed rail system is the largest ever for the Irvine-based firm. The system will provide passenger service in south and central Florida. Route of Florida Overland Express and details on the company's largest contracts, amounts in billions: Project / Contract Florida Overland Express (1996): $4.8 Project management for high-speed rail system Aramco Services Co. (1975): $3.
March 29, 1991
Fluor Daniel Inc., an Irvine-based engineering and construction company, said Wednesday that it has won a contract to help build a $250-million automotive assembly plant in Austria to make Chrysler minivans. The Fluor Corp. subsidiary was awarded the contract by Eurostar, a Graz, Austria, joint venture between Chrysler Corp. and Austria's Steyr-Daimler-Puch. The company will share the work with three other companies based in Detroit and St. Louis.