Community Impact Report, Issue 2, 2021

Fluor's New Delhi Office Provides 425,000 Meals as the Pandemic Continues

Kết quả xổ số trực tiếpWith India still reeling from the impact of COVID-19, Fluor’s New Delhi office provided an additional 425,000 meals to those in need. Through Mission Salamati of the Deepalaya organization, Fluor India donated a third round of ration kits to families hardest hit by the virus.

Each ration kit serves a family of four enough food for one month. Eight Fluor volunteers donated 87 hours to safely distribute the ration kits to day laborers and construction workers in Gurgaon, just southwest of New Delhi.

Fluor volunteers in New Delhi distribute meal kits for families in need.Fluor volunteers in New Delhi distribute meal kits for families in need.

Q1 2021

By the Numbers

  • 28,802 receiving education and workforce readiness training
  • 500,802 meals provided
  • 635 individuals receiving preventative and emergency services

Total Number of Employee Volunteer Hours

Fluor employees volunteered 2,592 hours in 2020.

Fluor EWeek Goes Virtual During COVID Pandemic

Neither rain, nor sleet nor global pandemic can stop Fluor engineers from executing a monumental EWeek celebration! Despite COVID-19 restrictions, Fluor employees showcased their passion for engineering, embracing the challenge of a virtual celebration during EWeek on February 21-27, 2021.

Kết quả xổ số trực tiếpFluor volunteers shared their time virtually with local schools and charitable organizations to spark student interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. Hundreds of volunteers around the globe reached almost 3,000 students with more than 5,000 hours of STEM enrichment.

Mariki Mackenzie and Mark van Ginhoven, global Engineers Week co-chairs, said, "We'd like to thank the global EWeek committee as well as all of the local office champions from around the world for making this virtual EWeek campaign a success! We knew that this would be a year like no other, but the team rose to the challenge and delivered unique and engaging events. Engineering is a core element of Fluor’s DNA, and we appreciate all the people that joined us in celebrating both engineers and engineering as we 'Imagine Tomorrow' together."

Fluor’s SoCal office leveraged a virtual environment to extend their reach to remote-learning students during EWeek.

Fluor’s SoCal office leveraged a virtual environment to extend their reach to remote-learning students during EWeek.

Virtual Fluor Engineering Challenge Hits New Record of Engaging Students in STEM

Despite an unusual school year, the 2021 Fluor Engineering Challenge, in partnership with , reached more students than ever with 6,189 students and 3,504 team submissions resulting in a 24 percent increase over 2020. Almost 500 schools and organizations from 20 countries participated in the engineering competition. This year's challenge was formulated specifically with COVID-19 restrictions and remote-learning in mind. It challenged students to use nothing but paper and household tape to engineer the tallest possible tower strong enough to support a basic can of food for at least one minute. There were separate categories for elementary, middle and high school students. Due to many students learning remotely, winners were drawn at random from all entries submitted. Winners across the three categories received US$1,000 for their school or organization.

Kết quả xổ số trực tiếpThe Fluor Engineering Challenge is created each year by Fluor's engineers. The winners of the Fluor Friendly Competition create a new challenge for the following year. This year's paper tower challenge was created by Paul Mazur, David Clarke, David Hosking and Sean Swearns from Fluor's Greenville office.

City Year Corps Member Siddhakshi Solanki demonstrates a completed Fluor Challenge..

City Year Corps Member Siddhakshi Solanki demonstrates a completed Fluor Challenge.

Media, Awards and Recognition

Fluor Senior Manager and SCCMS board member Cheryl Wiggins announces grant winners.

Fluor Senior Manager and SCCMS board member Cheryl Wiggins (recently retired) announces winners of "Growing in STEM" grants during SCETV live broadcast of SC STEM Education Day at the Capitol in Columbia, S.C.