Fluor was the program management contractor for the overall project, including LSTK process areas, and also performed as the EPCM contractor for the utilities and offsites. Engineering for master planning and for the U&O portions was performed in Fluor’s Houston office, with portions of the detailed engineering work shared with Fluor's Manila, Philippines, and Al Khobar offices.
Fluor's responsibilities included safety leadership and implementation of the overall safety program; issuance of project specifications, procedures, and standards; and standardization of equipment, instrumentation, and building materials. Continuity among project areas, home offices, and the job site was also a significant component of project management oversight.
Fluor developed and implemented the turnover sequence and paths of construction, as well as the overall execution strategy and plan. Other tasks were performing the technical evaluation of the LSTK bids; overseeing the permitting, process safety, and loss prevention for the overall plan; and managing the interfaces between the various LSTK contractors and the utilities and offsites project to enable continuity among the various work areas.