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Fluor gets SunCoke energy project

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Fluor Corp. has been awarded a contract by SunCoke Energy Inc. to provide certain maintenance support and capital project services at SunCoke coke facilities in the United States. Fluor will book the undisclosed contract value in the first quarter of 2017.

Under the five-year contract, Fluor will provide maintenance and capital project services at SunCoke’s U.S. domestic coke facilities, which produce high-quality coke for use in steelmaking. Fluor will transition onto the sites in early March 2017 and work alongside SunCoke employees, according to a news release.

“With a detailed transition plan, we are partnering with SunCoke on a seamless transition to the sites with no disruption to current operations,” said Dale Barnard, vice president of North American maintenance, modification and asset integrity operations for Fluor, in the release. “We will implement our asset performance management process and identify specific opportunities to reduce SunCoke’s total ownership costs.”

Fluor, along with its Stork division, delivers maintenance, modification and asset integrity services at more than 200 sites in North America, with extensive experience in multi-site execution. Based in Irving, Texas, Fluor also has an office in Greenville.

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