Fabrication is a Major Component of Fluor's Integrated Solutions

Fluor operates four self-perform fabrication yards, strategically located around the world, as part of Fluor's integrated engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction offerings.

Fluor provides Clients offsite fabrication and proven expertise to deliver the cost and compressed schedule benefits of modular construction for their capital projects.

Fluor's four global fabrication facilities are:


COOEC-Fluor Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (COOEC-Fluor) provides very large modules for offshore, onshore and subsea Clients in the Asia Pacific region and globally. A joint venture with Fluor and Offshore Oil Engineering Co., Ltd. (COOEC), the COOEC-Fluor fabrication yard is a world-class, state-of-the-art facility located on the South China Sea, west of Hong Kong.


Supreme Modular Fabrication Inc. (SMFI) specializes in fabrication and module assembly across Canada. Fluor formed this partnership in 2013 to provide fully integrated EPFC solutions to a wide range of projects across the region. The fabrication yard in Edmonton has a capacity of 18,000 MT (metric tons) per year, with onsite steel fabrication capabilities and accessibility to Alberta's high-load corridor.


This Fluor joint venture in Mexico owns two fabrication yards in Tampico – Mata Redonda and El Empalme. With a combined capacity of 45,000 MT per year, these fabrication facilities can support pipe racks, offshore platforms and process module fabrication. The joint venture has a large, qualified workforce in close proximity to the Gulf Coast region.


Fluor formed the joint venture, ANGS, on Russia's Sakhalin Island to offer full-service fabrication and modular assembly solutions to Clients in the region. ANGS is capable of fabricating and assembling truckable-sized modules, with a single shift annual capacity of 2,500 MT. The company has both pipe and steel fabrication capabilities. Located near the island's main rail shipping networks, ANGS also has outdoor assembly space, large indoor facilities and meets all Russian requirements for utilization of local labor.