Fluor Takes On A Giant Cleanup
Fluor, best known for its construction of oil refineries and power plants, announced on Aug. 11 that it has snared the Energy Dept.'s largest single environmental cleanup award ever--worth as much as $4 billion. Fluor, based in Irvine, Calif., will clean up and dismantle a shuttered and leaky nuclear reactor outside of Cincinnati.
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