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Fluor Corp


Number of Employees:

Main Office:
Irving, TX

Other US Locations:
Aliso Viejo, CA
Long Beach, CA
South San Francisco, CA
Morrisville, NC 
Greenville, SC
Deer Park, TX
Sugar Land, TX 
Arlington, VA 
Reston, VA
Richmond, VA
Richland, WA
Washington, D.C. 

International Locations:
Canada, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Puerto Rico, Belgium, Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain, United Kingdom, Botswana, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Malaysia, Phillipines, Thailand, Australia

A comprehensive list may be found here: Fluor Locations.


Project Management


Fluor was founded in 1912 as an engineering and construction firm in the western United States. In the 1920s, Fluor expanded into the realm of oil & gas, building factories and refineries and patenting new technologies. During World War II and the 1940s, the company experienced rapid growth and added power and chemical fields to its arsenal. Fluor continued to develop these industries and worked on many large projects such as the Alaskan pipeline in the 1970s and held Engineering-News Record’s number one engineering and construction company title in 1987. Since the 1990s Fluor has seen great international expansion fueled by petrochemical, infrastructure, and environmental projects.


Written by John Surovik

January 18, 2012 at 9:00 pm

Posted in Engineers

exp. Global Inc.


Corporate Headquarters – Chicago, Illinois
205 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 3600
Chicago, IL  60601

Texas locations: Dallas, Houston

Exp employs about 3,000 people across 110 offices in North America.
A comprehensive list of locations may be found here: exp locations.


Air Quality & Emissions
Automation & Instrumentation Controls
Building Science
Construction Management
Contract Administration
Fire & Life Safety
Industrial Hygiene
Lab Planning
Landscape Architecture
Lighting Design
Mechanical & Plumbing
Program Management
Quality Management/Control
Roof Testing
Surveying & Geomatics
Sustainable Development
Urban Planning


Exp Global was conceived in 2011 when the family of companies formerly known as Trow Global was renamed. Trow Global began its engineering history in 2005 when Northland Engineering, a company in Ontario, joined Trow. The firm added structural engineering in 2005, expanded land development and energy services in 2006, several firms specializing in mechanical, electrical, civil, and environmental engineering in 2008, and two consulting firms in 2009 . These acquisitions have expanded the range and variety of its engineering services. To date the firm is still focused primarily in Canada and the United States, but also has offices in Brazil, Vietnam, and Algeria.

University of Quebec, Biology Science Pavilion

Williams Parkway Operations Centre and Works Yard

Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute

Waldorf Astoria Hotel

Casino de Montreal

Written by John Surovik

January 18, 2012 at 8:17 pm

Posted in Engineers

Stantec Inc.

Employees: 22,000

Main Office:
19 Technology Drive
Suite 200
Irvine, California

Additional Offices:
Dallas, TX
Houston, TX
Los Angeles, CA
Denver, CO
New York City, NY
Seattle, WA

Additionally, Stantec staffs 350 offices across 6 continents, and has offices in 48 of the 50 US states.
A comprehensive list of offices may be found here: Stantec Locations


Commercial Program Development
Culture and Heritage Resources
Electrical Engineering
Environmental Management
Facilities Planning & Operations
Geotechnical Engineering
Industrial Infrastructure Engineering
Infrastructure Management
Interior Design
Land Development Engineering
Land Planning
Landscape Architecture
Learning Products and Solutions
Mechanical Engineering
Municipal Engineering
Pavement Engineering
Process Engineering
Program & Project Management
Road & Highway Engineering
Strategic Management
Structural Engineering
Traffic Engineering
Transportation Planning
Visioning. Brands. Experiences.
Waste Management
Wastewater Conveyance
Wastewater Treatment
Water Resources Management
Water Supply
Water Treatment


Stantec was founded in 1954, beginning with water and sewage projects in Canada. It quickly expanded to transportation projects with jobs in Alberta and British Columbia. The Peace River Bridge redesign marked a significant jump in the firm’s reputation. It continued to grow in these fields of engineering and expand to new realms and acquired its first US office in Phoenix, Arizona in 1991. Since opening it has opened many more offices and broadened its work to include all aspects of civil engineering. Stantec currently has offices across the US and Canada and international offices in the UK, UAE, India, Barbados, Panama, and Puerto Rico.

California Academy of Sciences

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Leguna Honda Hospital Replacement

Cogeco Amphitheatre

Carol Miller Justice Center

Written by John Surovik

January 18, 2012 at 7:39 pm

Posted in Engineers


Main Office

Stadhouderskade 113
1073 AX Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Ben van Berkel
Caroline Bos
Gerard Loozekoot
Astrid Piber
Harm Wassink

In 1988, Ben van Berkel and Caroline Bos founded UNStudio with a focus on urban development and infrastructure. Since its founding, UNStudio has expanded outside of the Netherlands and been a part of numerous projects across North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, focusing on large scale projects and design competitions involving high creativity. The firm is currently seeking to expand its work in Asia with the opening of the Shanghai office in 2009. UNStudio is highly focused on environmental sensitivity, coining the term “attainability” in the office referring to the special interest in the unity of affordability and sustainability. Over the 23 years of the firm’s existence, it has grown to a staff of 153 employees from 17 different countries and is currently at work on over 100 new projects.


Education Executive Agency & Tax Office – Groningen, Netherlands

Museum of Middle Eastern Modern Art – Khor Dubai, UAE (design concept)

Theatre Agora – Lelystad, Netherlands

Mercedes-Benz Museum – Stuggart, Germany

Water Villas – Almere, Netherlands


Written by John Surovik

September 1, 2011 at 6:29 pm

Posted in Architects