Mark Landry is executive vice president, chief human resources officer for Fluor Corporation. He leads the company’s global human resources organization in support of Fluor’s workforce of more than 56,000 employees across all business lines, including home office employees, field staff and craft.
Previously, Mr. Landry provided functional leadership for global human resources reporting to Fluor’s chief operating officer to supply strategic workforce planning and management guidance in support of project execution, business development and operations delivery. He has also served as the human resources executive for several of Fluor’s businesses including Energy & Chemicals, Government, Power, Infrastructure, and Operations and Maintenance, as well as for the company’s business transformation and innovation organization and senior executive project management organization.
Since joining Fluor in 1989, Mr. Landry has served the company in several global human resources roles including a three-year assignment in Shanghai where he led human resources operations across Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia and Australia. Most recently, Mr. Landry was Fluor’s lead Human Resources executive for the integration of Stork, a Netherlands-based company that Fluor acquired in 2016.
He is a board member of the Fluor Foundation, Fluor Daniel Inc. Philippines, and Fluor Daniel India Private Ltd.
Mr. Landry graduated from Pomona College in Claremont, California, with a B.A. in geology.