Fluor bags Luminant’s construction services contract in Texas

Fluor bags Luminant’s construction services contract in Texas

11:22 PM, 6th November 2011
Fluor bags Luminant’s construction services contract in Texas
Dave Dunning, President, Power Group, Fluor.


IRVING, US: Fluor Corporation was awarded a multi-year special projects supplement to their existing contract to provide construction and other support services for Luminant’s environmental retrofit programme. Luminant is a subsidiary of Energy Future Holdings Corporation. The undisclosed contract value was booked in the company’s third quarter.

Fluor will supply management, supervision and craft personnel to support construction services and environmental retrofits to Luminant’s current coal-fired power plant units.

“Fluor is well positioned to support customers and partners who must retrofit their generating fleets to comply with the requirements of the cross-state air pollution rule and the electric generating unit maximum achievable control technology standards,” said Dave Dunning, President, Power Group, Fluor.

The new work is a natural outgrowth of Fluor’s more than 25 years of providing Luminant with high value maintenance and construction services throughout its power generation fleet in Texas, the company informed.

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