Fabrication is a Major Component of Fluor's Integrated Solutions

Fluor operates self-perform fabrication yards strategically located to serve global markets. As part of Fluor's integrated engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction offerings, the yards increase fabrication capability and provide certainty of outcome. Fluor has the experience, with dedicated fabrication experts, to maximize the value of modular solutions.

Fluor's global fabrication facilities include:

 
China  

COOEC-Fluor Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (COOEC-Fluor) runs one of the largest fabrication yards in the world at Zhuhai, on the coast of the South China Sea near Hong Kong.

This joint venture between Fluor and Offshore Oil Engineering Co., Ltd. (COOEC) serves both the Asia Pacific region and global Clients, including the offshore, onshore, infrastructure, power and mining industries.

At over two million square meters, the state-of-the-art facility can accommodate the fabrication of modules weighing more than 50,000 metric tons. In addition to scale, COOEC-Fluor brings industry-leading technologies and work processes to every project undertaken at the yard.

Learn more about COOEC-Fluor.


 
Mexico  

This Fluor joint venture in Mexico owns two fabrication yards with a combined production capacity of over 45,000 tons per year conveniently located on the shore of the Panuco River with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico.

The Mata Redonda yard has four skidways with lengths ranging from 340 to 590 feet, suitable for the fabrication of both large and small structures of up to 10,000 tons.

The El Empalme yard has 113,000 square feet of covered fabrication facilities and one skidway with a length of 1,476 feet.

Both yards are equipped for the fabrication of topsides, jackets, living quarters, pipe racks, process modules and other similar structures.

Additionally, ICA Fluor owns an 18-acre fabrication shop strategically located in central Mexico (Tula) with access to the main highways and railways to the United States and the main maritime ports in the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific. The shop's pipe fabrication capacity is 136,000 diameter inches per month.