Our Clients depend on Fluor’s expertise for timely procurement of materials and equipment for their projects. We have built a global network of trusted suppliers to meet Client objectives, delivering critical items to projects in a timely manner to meet project schedule and cost requirements.
Fluor’s procurement organization provides Clients with global resources, processes, systems, market knowledge and volume-leveraged pricing to maximize return on investment. We offer reliable project deliveries, innovative performance solutions and project savings through the combination of a global execution platform, industry-leading technologies and goods and services spend that exceeded $140 billion during the last decade.
Fluor achieves Clients’ product sourcing objectives by leveraging highly knowledgeable product directors assigned to specific categories of materials, equipment and services.
Fluor’s material management professionals support execution excellence by managing the quality and timely delivery of equipment from the manufacturer or supplier to job site.
Fluor contract professionals optimize the full scope of pre-award and post-award contracting activities through CMSiSM, a Fluor-developed, web-based contract management reference system.
Fluor’s logistics team manages the transportation of material and equipment from supplier and fabrication facilities to the project site, meeting the needs of today’s globally sourced projects.
Fluor’s export compliance organization monitors and maintains current legal knowledge and advises procurement and logistics teams of applicable country laws and regulations.
Global Market Knowledge
Fluor’s strategic view of the capital project market allows intelligent and timely recommendations based on long-term material demand, supply and pricing trends.
Fluor is committed to achieving excellence in supplier diversity throughout its businesses. Fluor operates across highly diverse markets that are best served by correspondingly diverse resources, including suppliers and subcontractors. Diversity supplier categories include: Small Businesses; Small Disadvantaged Businesses; Woman-Owned Small Business; Veteran-Owned Small Business; Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Businesses; HUB Zones; Historically Black College & University/Minority Institutions; Alaska Native and Native American Corporations. The company actively participates with regional business development boards and small business organizations.
Fluor has a strong history of mentoring its subcontractors through formal mentor-protégé agreements. The agreements have been under contracts for the U.S. Departments of Defense and Energy and SBA initiatives. Protégé company services include engineering and construction, education and training, environmental remediation, project management, logistics and demolition. Fluor continues to seek protégé companies to develop for future contracts.