History
Building a Legacy Across A Century

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Fluor's roots extend back to the turn of the 20th century, when a family of Swiss immigrants set up a construction business in the Western United States. Over time, that business evolved, first in 1912 as the Fluor Construction Company, then as Fluor Corporation, by which it is known today. Over the decades, Fluor has expanded its expertise across industries and around the world. Today, it is active in more than 31 countries on six continents.

From the Buddha Tower in the 1920s to the trans-Alaska Pipeline in the 1970s to the largest polysilicon facility in the world in 2008, Fluor has been at the forefront of innovation in engineering, procurement, construction, and maintenance, led by visionary management and a global team of committed experts. View the above timeline for more details.

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