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We are looking for new grad mechanical engineers to join our Mechanical Engineering team!
Mechanical Engineers at Fluor are, in general, responsible for the following activities:
• Collaborate with other technical disciplines in the development of project design criteria.
• Perform preliminary design and selection of mechanical equipment.
• Provide equipment technical data and pricing to support the preparation of project estimates.
• Prepare technical specifications and Request for Quotations (RFQ) for mechanical equipment.
• Participate in technical evaluations of vendor’s designs and proposals.
• Prepare technical sections of mechanical equipment Purchase Orders (PO) and Contracts.
• Act as primary technical contact and technical authority on assigned equipment packages.
• Review vendor data.
• Coordinate design interfaces between vendors and other technical disciplines.
• Engage and coordinate with clients and external parties.
• Participate in project design reviews.
• Conduct meetings and manage correspondence.
• Support equipment fabrication activities by reviewing vendor technical data, conducting vendor shop visits, and witnessing performance tests.
• Provide engineering support during the Construction, and Commissioning & Start-up phases.
Mechanical Engineers can work on a variety of equipment types. The Mechanical Engineering Department is organized in the following equipment sub-discipline groups:
Heat Transfer Engineering
• Unfired Equipment: Shell and tube exchangers, air cooled exchangers, plate-type exchangers, hairpin exchangers, cooling towers, and surface condensers.
• Fired Equipment: Boilers, OTSGs, HRSGs, heaters, flares, and incinerators.
Pressure Vessel Engineering
• Reactors, columns, column internals, drums, and spheres.
Rotating Equipment/Machinery Engineering
• Compressors, pumps, blowers, steam and gas turbines, turbo-expanders, and internal combustion engines.
Packaged Equipment Engineering
• Specialty equipment including, but not limited to filters, mix and separation equipment, chemical feed systems, water treatment plants, and material handling equipment (e.g., cranes, conveying systems).
Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC) Engineering
• Air handling units, air-cooled package air conditioning units, direct/indirect fired heating units, building unit heaters, fans, and dampers.
Job ID: 141394BR
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