Fluor (NYSE: FLR) has announced a new organizational structure that will see the company operating in three business segments – mission solutions, energy solutions and urban solutions – starting in the first quarter of the year.
Tom D’Agostino, a previous Wash100 awardee, will serve as group president of Fluor’s mission solutions business segment, which is focused on supporting U.S. federal agencies and select international customers, Fluor said Monday.
Jim Breuer, formerly president of the downstream business line within Fluor’s energy and chemicals business group, will oversee business development and operations in the global energy markets as group president for energy solutions segment.
Terry Towle, formerly group president of infrastructure and power, will serve as group president of urban solutions. The business segment will include Fluor’s professional staffing unit and pursue opportunities in advanced technologies, mining, manufacturing, metals, infrastructure and life sciences.
Fluor also announced the formation of corporate development and sustainability and project execution as two newly consolidated functional units.
Al Collins, formerly senior vice president of global operations within Fluor’s energy and chemicals business, will oversee corporate development and sustainability as group president.
Mark Fields, formerly group president of energy and chemicals, will serve as group president of project execution responsible for engineering and technology, supply chain, health, safety and environment, risk, quality, security and major projects.
The company also plans to divest its maintenance services business Stork.