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Matt Carroll Discusses Fluor Push for Design-Build Services

Matt Carroll
Matt Carroll

TYSONS CORNER, VA September 24, 2015 — Matt Carroll, vice president for secure services at Fluor (NYSE: FLR) Government Group, discussed his company’s push for design-build services amid a shift in preference for a low-price technically acceptable approach to construction.

“With LPTA, there is a risk that bids focused on price rather than client objectives will result in change orders that may drive up costs, ” Carroll told ExecutiveBiz in an exclusive interview posted Wednesday.

“We prefer to partner with clients early in the process regarding their needs and work together with them on a solution that delivers in terms of both price and requirements.”

Click here to read Matt Carroll’s full interview on EBiz.

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