GREENVILLE, S.C. and RUMFORD, R.I., November 13, 1996 Fluor
Daniel, Inc. and Marshall Contractors, Inc. announced today that
Marshall has joined Fluor Daniel. Marshall will operate as a
wholly owned Fluor Daniel subsidiary, and will continue to serve
clients through its current management team and locations.
Marshall brings a 33-year history of specialized
construction services in microelectronics, pharmaceuticals,
biotechnology, foods and related industries, with key clients
which include IBM, Merck, Lucent Technologies, Intel, Pfizer,
Digital, Toshiba and Hyundai.
Charlie Cox, Fluor Daniels Industrial Group president,
said, Marshall's microelectronics business will be combined and
integrated with ADP Fluor Daniel. Marshall and ADP have a 15-year
track record of working together. ADP, which Fluor Daniel
acquired in 1995, provides architectural, design, engineering and
project management services. This new enterprise, ADP Marshall,
will represent a powerful combination of two of the most trusted
and successful names in the business.
Robert McNamara, Marshalls chief executive officer, said,
As ADP Marshall, we can offer a unique and unprecedented total
project delivery system to our clients. Dale Harman, president
of ADP Fluor Daniel, added, We believe we are at the forefront
of our industry with this approach. The huge, 8 WaferTech Fab
facility which ADP Marshall is currently performing for Taiwan
Semiconductor and its partners in Camas, Washington, is an
important indicator of the value of this approach to our
Jack Marshall, Marshalls chairman, said, We are delighted
to be joining forces with Fluor Daniel and ADP. This combination
offers our clients an unprecedented level of resources,
international reach and financial strength.
Fluor Daniel, Inc., the principal subsidiary of Fluor Corporation,
is a global engineering, construction and diversified services
company with more than 80 offices worldwide.