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Carol Johnson Appointed CEO of Fluor-Led Savannah River Partnership; Bruce Stanski Comments

FluorFluor Corp. (NYSE: FLR) has named Carol Johnson as president and CEO of the company’s  Savannah River Nuclear Solutions partnership that manages and operates the Savannah River Site, an Energy Department facility near Aiken, South Carolina.

Bruce Stanski, president of Fluor’s government group, said Tuesday that Johnson’s background includes roles in nuclear facilities operations, environmental management, decommissioning and infrastructure work.

“By placing her in this key leadership position, Fluor is demonstrating its continuing commitment to help SRNS meet DOE’s goal of achieving meaningful and sustainable mission growth at Savannah River, ” Stanski said.

Prior to joining SRNS, Johnson served as president of Washington Closure Hanford and infrastructure executive director for the Sellafield project in the U.K.

She has a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Marshall University and is a consecutive Stars of Excellence awardee on the DOE Voluntary Protection Program.

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