Fluor Idaho is committed to investing our time, talent, and funding in the economic health of the community and to making our presence in Idaho Falls and the neighboring communities visible and appreciable.
The Fluor Idaho team contributes to the sustainability of the region by actively engaging in educational outreach, purchasing commodities and services regionally, helping attract and grow small businesses, and supporting the community through select charitable contributions and volunteerism. We work with stakeholders and the U.S. Department of Energy to sustain the area's vitality through changing missions.
Working with partners from Idaho State University and the Museum of Idaho, Fluor Idaho personnel provided instruction to students and parents who attended the Engineering event, held at the Museum of Idaho in Idaho Falls, ID... Read More
Fluor Idaho sponsors a booth at the Earth Day celebration in Idaho Falls to educate the public about the unique wildlife that has appeared as a result of the surplus of water in the Big Lost River basin... Read More
In 1981, Fluor established the scholarship program to encourage employees' children to continue their education following secondary school, to honor them for their achievements, and to assist them in financing that education... Read More
Some 1,500 elementary students from Eastern Idaho converged on Idaho Falls Zoo to experience wonders of Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) subjects in ways they never would be able to in a classroom... Read More
The Great Race for Education is an important fund-raising event for the College of Eastern Idaho. This is the main fund-raising mechanism to provide scholarships for the CEI Center for New Directions and... Read More
At the August 9, 2018, United Way-Live United concert, our generous employees volunteered along with teachers from Idaho Falls School District 91 to stuff backpacks with school supplies for low income students... Read More
The Salvation Army which is supported by the United Way of Idaho Falls and Bonneville County, hosted local families who needed a little extra help to get ready for school in August 2018. Backpacks were donated by... Read More
As the contractor for the Idaho Cleanup Project, Fluor Idaho is committed to involving stakeholders as it advances cleanup under the Superfund Program, Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, National Environmental Policy Act, and other federal and state regulations.
We make the most of many public communication channels to keep you, our stakeholder, apprised of cleanup progress. Additional information about the ICP is available through specific cleanup project public meetings and community involvement events.
Citizens Advisory Board (CAB)View Page
Environmental PolicyLearn More
*HWMA/RCRA Work Plan for the Idaho National LaboratoryLearn More
Major DocumentsView Page
Formal Cause Analysis for the ARP V (WMF-1617) Drum Event at the RWMC (PRT-1659)Learn More
*Hazardous Waste Management Act/Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (HWMA/RCRA)