Fluor Federal Petroleum Operations in the Community
As a fully owned entity of Fluor Corporation, Fluor Federal Petroleum Operations (FFPO) recognizes and maintains Fluor's commitment to Community. FFPO will maintain Fluor's commitment to the community and the programs that support the community we live in.
Fluor has a tradition of community service.
While Fluor's core business centers on engineering, construction, and maintenance, providing service to the communities in which Fluor employees live and work is Fluor's privilege.
Fluor's 2014 Global Community Project Fund initiative is a unique way for employees to take a more active role in reinvesting in local communities.
Whether at a project site or a permanent office site, Fluor and Fluor employees work to build and grow strong, sustainable communities, reflected in the many projects at which Fluor trains and employs local workers.
Education is a priority at Fluor, both for the company and for its employees. Fluor works with students and educational institutions at all levels to promote and strengthen science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education.
Last year, Fluor employees dedicated nearly 30,800 employee volunteer hours toward community-service projects in 16 countries. Since 2006, Fluor employees have volunteered over than 275,000 hours in communities around the globe.
As an engineering and construction company, Fluor is sensitive to the environment and is committed to responsible stewardship of the environment and supports organizations that protect natural resources and habits through conservation, restoration, beautification, and environmental education.
Fluor and the Fluor Foundation have a long history of investing in communities, nonprofit organizations, and education. Since its inception in 1952, the Foundation, along with Fluor Corporation, has contributed more than $155 million to projects around the world.
Fluor Foundation supports organizations that provide food and shelter to the homeless, and offer prevention programs and emergency services during crises.