Fluor managed contractors who constructed the template for the riser caisson, the pipelines, the mooring facilities, and the storage / loading facilities; installed the Dan Duke through completion of subsea tie-ins; and performed hook-up and commissioning. Other responsibilities were administration of the five major contracts; material management and control; and inspection and documentation for quality assurance. The facilities involved were the pipeline spooling yard; hookup and commissioning of the Dan Duke and VLCC; pipeline installation including hydraulic and electrical umbilicals; derrick barge work for leg extensions and guide pile in installing the Dan Duke; and installation of the riser caisson template.
Fluor also provided liaison, and controlled and monitored the functions of field construction to assure completion of the work within budget and in accordance with Phillips' quality objectives and specifications. In addition, Fluor was responsible for cost estimating, project schedule, and preparation of specific project procedures, as well as material control, administrative and financial services, quality control guidelines, overview, and safety supervision.