Fluor Corporation, a global engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) and maintenance leader company, announced Monday an update to its organizational and reporting structure. Through this change, Fluor aims to better align its business with identified growth markets and company strategies.
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Fluor’s two new functional organizations:
On Monday, the EPC and maintenance major, Fluor Corporation, announced it is currently updating its organizational and reporting structure.
As per the plan, the company will be divesting its maintenance services unit in Q1 2021, continuing operations only in the next three business segments: energy solutions, urban solutions, and mission solutions. Additionally, the company set up two new functional organizations: Project Execution and Corporate Development and Sustainability.
Fluor’s newly-consolidated functional organizations, Project Execution and Corporate Development and Sustainability, will be led by Mark Fields and Al Collins, respectively.
Fields will be responsible for significant projects, engineering and technology, project controls, quality, supply chain, construction, risk, health, safety and environment (HSE), and security in his new role.
Before this, Fields served as group president of Energy & Chemicals for the company. On the other hand, Collins held various leadership positions for Fluor’s Energy & Chemicals business, including SVP of global operations, SVP of international business development, and VP of operations in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East.
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In addition, the Energy Solutions branch will be led by Jim Breuer, focusing on energy transition, chemicals, and traditional oil and gas opportunities. According to a company’s media release, Breuer had previously served as president of the downstream business line within Fluor’s Energy & Chemicals business group.
Breuer had also served as Fluor’s vice president and general manager for mining and metals in South America. He has more than 27 years of experience in the EPC industry in various markets, including downstream, upstream, petrochemicals, mining, and power.
The Urban Solutions branch will be led by Terry Towle, focusing on pursuing opportunities in mining, metals, advanced technologies, manufacturing, life sciences, and infrastructure. This branch will include Fluor’s professional staffing (TRS) unit.
Towle brings with him more than 35 years of industry experience. Particularly, he has broad experience in the areas of EPC and direct field construction.
Mission Solutions will be led by Tom D’Agostino, primarily focusing on delivering solutions to federal agencies across the US government and to select international opportunities. D’Agostino has more than 35 years of executive, leadership, management, and operational experience in a wide variety of government-related fields.
With a 45,000-strong workforce, the EPC-major aims to build a better world and provide sustainable solutions by designing, building, and maintaining safe, well-executed projects.