Community Impact Report, Issue 1, 2022

Fluor Assists Victims of Natural Disasters

On Dec. 10, tornadoes ripped across six U.S. states, leaving a path of devastation. One of the areas hardest hit by the storms was western Kentucky, where Fluor is supporting the U.S. Department of Energy at the Paducah Site. The site was not damaged, but the homes of some Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership (FRNP) employees, of which Fluor is a member company, were destroyed. To aid in the recovery, the Fluor Foundation donated to the United Way of Kentucky's Tornado Fund to support local relief efforts. Fluor employees were also encouraged to give to the American Red Cross Southern and Midwest Tornadoes fund with every contribution receiving a 25 percent Fluor match.

Less than a week after the tornados in the United States, Super Typhoon Rai (Odette) made landfall at a force equivalent to a Category 5 hurricane in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines. Almost 400 lives were lost, and more than 570,000 people were displaced according to the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council in the Philippines.

Fluor made a contribution to the Philippine Business for Social Progress, a business-led non-government organization that partners with companies on social investment and philanthropy. Fluor also matched employee contributions at 25 percent.

Tornado damageFluor contributed to relief funds to aid in recovery after tornadoes struck Kentucky in December.

2021 Year End

Results vs. Annual Goals

  • 174,081 receiving education and workforce readiness training (2021 goal of 100,000)
  • 865,042 meals provided (2021 goal of 1,200,000)
  • 13,613 individuals receiving preventative and emergency services (2021 goal of 8,500)
  • 13,994 tons of litter removed (2021 goal of 7,000)
  • 8,135 trees and shrubs planted (2021 goal of 6,000)

Total Number of Employee Volunteer Hours

Fluor employees volunteered 11,608 hours in 2021 compared to the goal of 15,000.

Fluor Cares Empowers Employees to Help Build a Better World

Part of building a high-performance culture with purpose is offering employees robust and enriching opportunities to help build a better future. For more than 40 years, our employee volunteer program, Fluor Cares, has given employees a conduit for giving back to the communities where we live and work. In 2021, we launched a rebranded Fluor Cares, which consolidated both employee giving and volunteerism under the Fluor Cares banner and expanded the program to include 13 countries. The company match of 25 percent was expanded to several new cause categories, offering millions of nonprofit organizations to which employees can contribute. Thanks to Fluor Cares, employee giving in 2021 was more than $3.8 million, including the company match. Fluor employees also volunteered nearly 12,000 hours supporting hundreds of different charitable organizations and causes while adhering to COVID-19 protocols.

Employees voluteered almost 12,000 hrs and gave more than $3.8 million, including the company match

Fluor's Philippines Office Provides School-in-a-Bag to Enable Remote Learning

Fluor's office in the Philippines continues to break new ground to support students during their second academic year of remote learning due to the sustained impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Many students lack the electronic devices and internet access necessary to engage with their instructors remotely. To address this critical need, Fluor is participating in the School-in-a-Bag program with the faculty and staff of Muntinlupa Science High School. The program, created by a local telecommunications company in conjunction with the Philippine Business for Social Progress, includes 10 tablets, a laptop, Wi-Fi hotspot devices and other equipment necessary to facilitate remote learning and instruction. Each bag of equipment is rotated among students weekly.

Additionally, Fluor took advantage of the school closure to create a newly constructed Agsikapan (Engineering) room. Fluor provided funding and engineering services for this newly constructed classroom with state-of-the-art technology. Thanks to the support of Fluor and the dedicated efforts of the faculty and staff, students at Muntinlupa Science High School are better able to face the challenges presented by the pandemic.

Fluor's office in the Philippines participated in the School-in-a-Bag program to support a local high schoolFluor's office in the Philippines participated in the School-in-a-Bag program to support a local high school.

Fluor Gliwice, Running for a Cause

The Fluor office in Gliwice, Poland participated in two charity runs to support local nonprofit organizations, encourage healthy lifestyles and build team spirit. Participants were able to run in small groups, which was a fun way to connect with their colleagues outside of the office.

The Business Run 2021 included 13 volunteers who donated 20 hours and completed a total of 52 km (32.3 miles) to support amputees. The Zawsze Pier(w)si run helped educate people about breast cancer, including offering free mammograms. Fluor’s support included 16 volunteers who donated 40 hours and completed 60 km (37.5 miles) over the course of a month.

Thanks to Fluor’s volunteers in Gliwice, more attention was given to the needs of amputees and breast cancer awareness, and all the participants enjoyed some additional exercise.

Employees from Fluor's Gliwice, Poland, office participated in runs to support local charitiesEmployees from Fluor’s Gliwice, Poland, office participated in runs to support local charities.

Fluor Cares in Action

Tree planting

Fluor's office in Saudi Arabia is working to support the country's green initiatives. In December, 54 volunteers donated more than 240 hours to plant more than 300 trees as part of a government program to plant 10 billion trees across the kingdom.

Alameda County Food BankEmployees from the San Francisco and Aliso Viejo, California, offices participated in a food packing volunteer project at the Alameda County Food Bank in October. The team processed more than 21,000 pounds of food, equivalent to 574 meals packed by each volunteer!

Elementary school eventThe Emerging Leaders Group led Fluor E-Week at A.J. Whittenberg Elementary School of Engineering, an engineering-focused, public elementary school in Greenville, South Carolina. Fluor engineers prepared hands-on activities for each grade level, and 18 Fluor Cares volunteers donated almost 30 hours and worked with more than 470 students from kindergarten through 5th grade. This is the 10th year that Fluor has hosted an E-Week at A.J. Whittenberg.

Check presentationThe Golf for Greater Houston tournament raised $200,000 for five local charities. The event team of 61 volunteers donated more than 2,100 hours over the course of several months. Grant recipients were Habitat for Humanity, Operation Finally Home, Fort Bend Child Advocates, the Periwinkle Foundation and West Houston Assistance Ministries. These funds are already at work improving the lives of those in need in the greater Houston area.

GUSP check presentation to UC IrvineAs part of Fluor’s Global University Scholarship Program (GUSP), Ken Grier, GUSP Executive Sponsor for the University of California, Irvine presented a grant check to Dean of Engineering Magnus Ergstedt, Interim Dean of the Office of Access and Inclusion Marvin Maldonado and student representatives from the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), the Society of Women Engineers (SWE), the Mexican-American Engineering Society (MAES) and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE).