Fluor provided overall program management, engineering, procurement, construction management, and partial commissioning services for the program. A team of Fluor and Kodak professionals that included expatriates and Chinese nationals was organized at the program level to provide overall program management functions and to address issues common to all three sites, such as quality, safety, permitting and government relations, human resources, finance, and information systems.
Separate project teams consisting of both Fluor and Chinese design institute personnel were established to perform design, procurement, construction management, and commissioning for each individual site. Fluor's Manila office supported the engineering effort.
The Final Plant Acceptance Permit was obtained at the same time construction was completed, a record in China. The project safety goal of ZERO lost-time accidents was successfully achieved, another record for projects in China. There were 5,000 local craft workers from 30 contractors at the project's peak and a total of 22 million hours worked for the entire program.