December 9, 1996
ICA Fluor Daniel has won a $50 million contract to build a truck assembly plant for Navistar International Corp. The plant, which will be located in Escobedo, in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, will have a production capacity of 65 units a day. It will also be designed to paint medium and heavy trucks. Under the contract, ICA Fluor Daniel will build three assembly buildings, a main office headquarters and some auxiliary facilities.
October 25, 1996
Fluor Daniel Corp. may get a seven-year contract worth as much as $150 million to design and manage improvements at the Energy Department's Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, the department said Thursday. The contract, which involves as much as $800 million in improvements to some of the laboratory's nuclear facilities, could be awarded within a month, the DOE said.
October 3, 1996
Fluor Daniel said Wednesday that it has been awarded a $42-million contract by Med-Immune, Inc. to design and build the biotechnology company's manufacturing plant in Frederick, Md.
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.
August 7, 1996 |
The Energy Department, taking a major step in reforming the long-troubled program to clean up the nation's contaminated nuclear weapons sites, awarded contracts Tuesday worth $11 billion to teams headed by Fluor Daniel Inc. and Westinghouse Corp. In its largest contract ever, worth $4.8 billion over five years, Irvine-based Fluor Daniel will take over responsibility for managing a cleanup at Hanford, Wash.
August 7, 1996 |
The Energy Department, taking a major step in reforming the long-troubled program to clean up the nation's contaminated nuclear weapons sites, awarded contracts Tuesday worth $11 billion to teams headed by Fluor Daniel Inc. and Westinghouse Corp. Irvine-based Fluor Daniel will take over responsibility for managing the cleanup at Hanford, Wash.
July 19, 1996
A unit of Fluor Daniel has signed a contract with Volkswagen AG subsidiary VW Argentina for the initial stage of a three-year plant maintenance project in Argentina. The value of the contract was not disclosed. Fluor Daniel's Facility & Plant Services will provide a computerized maintenance management system, preventive maintenance programs and safety training programs to increase productivity and reduce operating costs at VW's Pacheco plant, about 25 miles north of Buenos Aires.
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.