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Fluor's Presence in Canada began in the 1940s.

In 1949, Fluor established the Fluor Corporation of Canada under the laws of the Dominion of Canada in Montreal, Quebec. Three years later, it opened its first Canadian head office, primarily a sales office, in Toronto, Ontario. Fluor acquired a majority interest in a local engineering firm in 1953. The acquisition proved invaluable in establishing Fluor Canada's Canadian identity. In 1973, Fluor moved its Canadian headquarters to Calgary, Alberta to better serve the growing oil and gas industry in Western Canada. In 1988, Fluor acquired Wright Engineers Limited and added significant technical expertise to its mining and minerals resume.

Since then, Fluor Canada has been involved in the engineering, procurement and construction of a wide range of energy related projects that are spread across the Canadian landscape. Fluor provides local, regional and international Clients with our full service capabilities.

Fluor Canada’s flexible approach to project execution allows Fluor to deliver appropriate, cost-effective solutions that enhance the value of customers' assets and increase long-term business success. In recent years, Fluor has been a major participant on several successful Canadian mega projects that have required optimal integration and coordination of project teams. Project owners frequently employ Fluor’s exceptional program and project management capabilities on these challenging and complex projects.

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