Facilities Coordinator (Current Employee) – Herndon, VA – March 31, 2015
My review on fluor is ok as far as holidays go you are forced to use your vacation since there are no paid holidays if you.If you have a death in your immediate family they do not off breviement leave.
Sr.Rel. Planner-Scheduler (Former Employee) – Port Neches, TX – November 8, 2018
In an effot to win the customers contract bonuses, unreasonable job requirements were constantly added without increased hours. Unable to provide quality work in time allowed. No job satisfaction, no professional pride, very disappointing job.
ROD ROOM ATTENDANT (Former Employee) – Baytown, TX – November 7, 2018
6 am safety meeting then inspected bus , took workers to designated work area . listen to radio for pick ups and drop offs .. The hardest part of my job was dealing with the heat of the bus,cause of no AC but the enjoying part of it was seeing how many workers cared for my safety , bringing me cool pops and cold water drinks ..being able to meet different types of people and being able to advance to the rod room . where i was able to learn how to read blue prints to be able to give and receive materials for welders ..
water coolers every where, someone to always willing to help
Librarian/Records Manager (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – November 7, 2018
The first few years were exciting because the business was booming, the last few years were terrible because of the layoffs. During my time at Fluor I was a core group supervisor for 29 indexers/abstractors on over 30 projects. This entailed insuring staffing on the project and the quality of the indexing. The second half of my time at Fluor was devoted to consolidating three different libraries into a single functioning corporate wide operation. Then I had to layoff everyone.
Construction Engineering Manager - Alcohol Units (Current Employee) – Lake Charles, LA – November 7, 2018
Fluor has some flaws in the treatment of employees but overall a good company to be associated with. Good company Benefits A typical day in construction is 10 hours per day 5 to 6 days a week in a fast paced environment The company workplace culture is very well explained and must be adhered to The most rewarding part of the job is seeing the completion of the project
Sr. Project Manager/Sr. Project Engineer (Current Employee) – NY & CT – November 5, 2018
I worked from 7AM until finished and I didn't learn anything new. The lower level management was basically ok except for thos who I can refer to as "Climbers". The work teams interacted very well in the field but there was limited support or recognition from above. There were never any raises as promised. The most enjoyable part of working at Fluor has been working with the people and customers in the field.
I enjoyed working for Fluor . I think they treat their employees fair and offer good benefits opportunities. They put Safety above everything and they make sure the employees are rewarded for working safe.
Fast-paced, great pay, but a lot of travel and sometimes hostile locations.
Air Operations Specialist II (Former Employee) – Greenville, SC – November 1, 2018
I was a part of a LOGCAP overseas contract with Fluor. Travel is frequent, pay is really good, supervisors/management were easy to get along with and took care of us. If you don't mind working in hostile locations and or inclement weather, this job is a good experience with very good pay.
The parking area for craft workers was poorly designed. It took 45 mins- 1hr just to exit the parking lot. The schedule and planning of the crew I worked with changed a lot. We would work 10 hours one day and 12 hours the next day. During the same week. And it was not optional, it was mandatory.
Big company. Mixed reviews. Provided an honest living for my family for years with fluor.,.bad food good food mood set wreck met dog fleas cat pees winter wonder land wonder woman wonder bread bed spread cheese bread yada yada yada yada
Millwright (Former Employee) – Crystal River, FL 34428 – October 31, 2018
This was a fast paced job on a project that required a lot rework due to upper management poor planning. Field management was easy to work for and with. I would not have left but I had to relocate back to Texas.
Fluor is a top rated engineering company that has many top engineers and designers to do all kinds of engineering needs throught the world.
FIELD SUPPORT ENGINEER (Former Employee) – Sugar Land, TX – October 31, 2018
Fluor been around for years which provides process, construction diversified work experience in the field of Refinery, Petrochemical, Midstream pipeline, Power Plants, Waste Water Faculty and follow it's projects with large industry construction personnel. Fluor provides technical support, process trouble shooting direction to engineering area(s) of expertise to pipeline, major oil and gas companies. All work is achieved by industry standards and compliance with all rules and regulations in accordance with (OHSA) and (EPA) at all times.
Great place to work to get the experience and learn the right way to achieved industry standards.
When the job is over and you have to apply for a new one are your out of a job.
Logistics Supervisor II (Current Employee) – Greenville, SC – October 31, 2018
Mission driven, some days are more demanding than others. Ultimately gives you great experience to excel in your career. Must have a strong head and be willing to work abroad for an extended time period.
Management is cutthroat and relys on the buddy system
Industrial hvac/electrician/millright (Current Employee) – Queen City, TX – October 30, 2018
Now this review doesn’t stand for all of Fluor I hear that most of there sites are pretty good to work for ( info from other road hands) ours however is very cut throat and clickish. Your either part of the kissass click or you ain’t.
Pay is not to bad
Leave and point system blows we get .77 hrs a week
Project Control Team Lead (Current Employee) – Texas City, TX – October 29, 2018
Executed projects at a very high level of project out come surety by identifying key project success drivers early and establishing management plans to mitigate risk items. Globally the market for EPC services has changed and management is working to address those changes.