Job Description : Are you ready to be empowered, to be engaged, and to be challenged?Interested? You can be a part of one of the world’s leading engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction maintenance, and project management companies.
You can be challenged to make a difference designing some of the most complex, large-scale, and innovative projects around the globe. Employees at Fluor enjoy :
Training and development opportunities
Mentorship programs and networking opportunities
Community and social involvement activities
A positive work-life balance
Vacation and flexible time offMECHANICAL ENGINEERING : Mechanical Engineers at Fluor are, in general, responsible for the following activities :
Collaborate with Process Engineers in the preparation of the Project Design Criteria.
Collaborate with Piping Engineers in the preparation of the plant and equipment layout, i.e., Plot Plan.
Perform preliminary design and selection of mechanical equipment.
Provide equipment technical data and pricing to support the preparation of project estimates.
Prepare technical specifications and Request for Quotations (RFQ) for mechanical equipment.
Participate in technical evaluations of vendor’s designs and proposals.
Prepare technical sections of mechanical equipment Purchase Orders (PO) and Contracts.
Support equipment fabrication activities by reviewing vendor technical data, conducting vendor shop visits, and witnessing performance tests.
Provide engineering support during the Construction, and Commissioning & Start-up phases. Mechanical Engineers have the opportunity to work on a variety of equipment types.
The Mechanical Engineering Department is organized in the following equipment sub-discipline groups : Heat Transfer Engineering
Unfired Equipment : Shell and tube exchangers, air cooled exchangers, plate-type exchangers, hairpin exchangers, cooling towers, and surface condensers.
Fired Equipment : Boilers, OTSGs, HRSGs, heaters, flares, and incinerators.Pressure Vessel Engineering
Reactors, columns, column internals, drums, and spheres.Rotating Equipment / Machinery Engineering
Compressors, pumps, blowers, steam and gas turbines, turbo-expanders, and internal combustion engines. Packaged Equipment Engineering
Specialty equipment including, but not limited to filters, mix and separation equipment, chemical feed systems, water treatment plants, and material handling equipment (e.
g., cranes, conveying systems).