As the lead of a joint venture with Technip, Fluor is leveraging its worldwide network of highly-qualified local, regional and international resources to execute the engineering, procurement, construction management (EPCM) and commissioning services of utilities, interconnecting and off-sites at the complex.
These works are being lead from a project office established in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, with Fluor’s engineering and procurement services being performed from its Manila, Philippines execution center. In addition to leveraging Fluor’s technical experts around the globe, the project is benefiting from the wealth of UIO experience developed in Manila over the last 15 years.
The UIO alone is a megaproject with a scope that includes: central utilities plant; 780 km of piping; 6,300 km of electrical and instrument cabling; a 15,000 person workers village; field erected tanks; 600,000 cubic meters of concrete including 41 km of main storm water drainage – which exceeds 35 m wide at the outfall to the sea; 70 km of underground firewater distribution piping; and more than 70 buildings including two main control buildings, laboratories with more than 1,400 pieces of equipment, fire stations, electrical substations, operator shelters, warehouses, and chemical storage. The scope also includes numerous instrumentation and controls including: distributed controls system supporting over 13,000 I/O points; site-wide telecommunications systems; plant security and surveillance systems; and site wide IT networks.
A Fluor-Technip consortium is also performing Program Management Consultancy services for RAPID since 2013.