Fluor Selects Two Best in Class Employee-Led Initiatives as Centennial Community Fund Winners

  Fluor Selects Two Best in Class Employee-Led Initiatives as Centennial
  Community Fund Winners

Business Wire

IRVING, Texas -- January 15, 2013

Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) announced today that it has selected two
employee-led community projects to receive its best in class distinction for
the company’s Centennial Community Fund program. The two winning projects –
“New Sanitation Facilities for the Haryana Welfare Centre for Persons with
Speech & Hearing Impairment” in New Delhi, India; and “Project Host
Greenhouse” in Greenville, South Carolina – will each receive $10,000 in
addition to the original grants that Fluor awarded last year.

“These two employee-led community projects are excellent examples of Fluor’s
commitment to making the world around us a better place through our
philanthropic funds and employee volunteer hours,” said Glenn Gilkey, senior
vice president human resources and administration. “As a global company
working in both developed and developing countries, we strive to improve the
communities in which our employees live and work through programs and
organizations that make sure basic human needs are being met. I am truly proud
of the time and effort that all of our employees invest in these programs.”

In honor of the company’s 100th anniversary celebration throughout 2012, Fluor
established the $100,000 Centennial Community Fund and selected 10 charitable
organizations, which were nominated by Fluor employees. Each recipient
received $10,000 as well as employee volunteers to help complete their
projects.

As part of the selection process, Fluor employees initially nominated more
than 200 different organizations and community projects from around the globe.
The finalists were chosen through a world-wide employee vote and were
announced during the company’s global Centennial celebration on April 21,
2012.

The Haryana Welfare Centre for Persons with Speech & Hearing Impairmentin New
Delhi provides rehabilitation services for students with hearing and speech
impairments. With support from Fluor’s Centennial Community Fund, the
organization is building new health, sanitation and playground facilities to
support more than 250 students. Along with Fluor volunteers, the center is
also completing renovations to its existing washrooms and living rooms.

Founded in 1981, Project Host is a unique program that features a culinary
school that trains unemployed individuals in the necessary job and life skills
required for work in professional kitchens. Through its Feeding Hungry
Children Project, the organization prepares healthy, scratch-made meals for
400 children each day, and its soup kitchen feeds approximately 200 adults
daily. With Fluor’s contribution and company volunteers, the organization
built a greenhouse to prolong its growing season for its garden to support the
culinary school and soup kitchen.

For information about these two community projects, please visit
www.fluor100.com.

About Fluor Corporation

For more than 100 years, Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) has partnered with its
clients to design, build and maintain many of the world's most challenging and
complex capital projects. Through its global network of offices on six
continents, Fluor's 43,000 employees provide comprehensive capabilities and
world-class expertise in the fields of engineering, procurement, construction,
commissioning, fabrication, operations, maintenance and project management.
Today, the company serves a global client base in the energy, chemicals,
government, industrial, infrastructure, operations & maintenance,
manufacturing & life sciences, mining, power and transportation sectors.
Headquartered in Irving, Texas, Fluor ranks 124 on the FORTUNE 500 list and
had revenue of $24.3 billion in 2011. For more information, visit
www.fluor.com.

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