April 21, 1989
Fluor Daniel Inc., the principal subsidiary of Fluor Corp. in Irvine, has been awarded a contract by Texaco Refining & Marketing Inc. as part of a previously announced $155-million sulfur removal project. The Fluor Daniel Hydrocarbon Sector will provide engineering and procurement services for facilities at Texaco's Wilmington, Calif., plant. Fluor Daniel is an engineering, construction and technical services company.
February 15, 1989
The Virginia Department of Corrections awarded Fluor Daniel Inc. a construction management contract worth $37 million. The subsidiary of Fluor Corp. will direct the erection of a 516-cell prison in Buchanan, Va. Construction began in December and is scheduled for completion early next year.
November 14, 1995
Fluor Daniel Inc., the subsidiary of Irvine-based Fluor Corp. received a contract to design a 911 emergency communications complex for San Diego County. Fluor Daniel said the overall program value is more than $6 million. The 52,700-square-foot complex will include 911 communications for the county sheriff, an emergency operations center and information systems facilities. The project is scheduled to be completed in 1998.
May 29, 1997 |
Fluor Daniel Inc. and Sade, an Argentine construction company, received a joint contract to provide services for Cerro Vanguardia, a $237-million gold and silver mine and processing plant in the province of Santa Cruz, Argentina. Fluor Daniel said Wednesday that the contract is worth about $120 million to Fluor and Sade. The joint venture will provide basic engineering, project management, procurement and contracting, and construction services for the project.
June 7, 1996
Fluor Daniel Inc. said it has joined a multinational business team offering to help clean up Chernobyl, site of the nuclear plant accident in Ukraine 10 years ago. The French company SGN Reseau Eurisys will head the operation. The team will offer coordination and management remediation services to the seven industrial democracies that cooperate on global issues of common concern. Fluor Daniel was selected as the U.S. partner. The Chernobyl accident occurred April 26, 1986.
August 15, 1996
Fluor Daniel Inc. has awarded a $565-million subcontract to a Reston, Va., company to help clean up a former nuclear weapons plant near Richland, Wash. Fluor received a $5-billion Department of Energy contract as prime contractor for the cleanup project. The five-year subcontract for waste remediation and pollution cleanup at the Hanford site was awarded to DynCorp Inc. The company's wholly owned subsidiary, DynCorp Tri-Cities Services Inc.