May 19, 1993 |
Seeking to capitalize on an expected construction boom in Mexico and increased business stemming from a possible North American free trade accord, Fluor Corp. announced Tuesday that its core engineering unit has formed a subsidiary with Mexico's largest engineering and construction company. Under the agreement, Fluor Daniel acquired a 49% stake in ICA Industrial, a subsidiary of Empresas ICA Sociedad Controladora. The new venture, ICA Fluor Daniel, will be based in Mexico City.
September 15, 1995
Fluor Corp. said Thursday that its Fluor Daniel subsidiary and a Canadian partner have been awarded a $380-million contract to construct and install 3,291 miles of fiber optic cable in Mexico. Engineering giant Fluor said it has joined with Northern Telecom of Toronto in the job, which will create a fiber optic network connecting 33 Mexican cities, including Monterrey, Guadalajara and Mexico City.
October 31, 2000
Fluor Corp. in Aliso Viejo, a worldwide engineering and construction company, said Monday that a major Mexican cement supplier has awarded a $38-million contract for a cement plant to a Fluor joint venture. Fluor said in a press release that ICA Fluor Daniel, a partnership with Empresas ICA in Mexico, will provide construction and electro-mechanical installation on the project, in Ramos Arizpe, Coahuila, Mexico. The facility, an expansion of a cement plant, will add 1.