Fluor provided EPC services for the U&O scope of the project, comprising approximately 30 percent of the total project. The engineering on the project was executed by multiple Fluor offices in the U.S., U.K., The Philippines, and Saudi Arabia. Procurement was done on a global basis.
Fluor was responsible for providing utilities such as power, fuel gas, cooling water, instrument air, boilers, and flares along with port facilities and third parties such as Aramco. Fluor was also responsible for the site infrastructure and buildings in the administration area.
Fluor managed the activities of 50 contractors with over 11,000 multicultural and multinational workers, from countries such as China, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and the Philippines. Fluor's staff was also multinational with representatives from twelve countries.
As with all projects, Fluor developed and implemented its health, safety, and environment (HSE) culture, goals, and expectations for the Saudi Kayan project. As a result of everyone's commitment to safe work performance, in May 2009, the Fluor site team and the U&O contractors achieved 23 million safe work hours without a lost time incident. The Saudi Kayan Project achieved more than 50 million safe work hours.