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Fluor bringing another division to Greenville

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Fluor has announced that it will add another division headquarters to it's several existing in Greenville. The new business divsion will deal with nuclear power plant engineering / development. Fluor hasn't announced how many additional jobs will be involved yet, but there will definitely be additional high paying, white collar, professional jobs as a result of this. This is excellent news from an already large corporate citizen. :yahoo:

http://greenvilleonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/.../703220364/1003

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I hope the climate for this sector is hot right now, since that will judge job creation. Here's to another HQ in Greenville! :alc:

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^ From the looks of these articles, the climate must be good. This division headquarters will be for projects worldwide, not just domestic. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup: Excellent news!

A few more articles:

http://www.playfuls.com/news_09_4806-Nucle...Firm-Fluor.html

http://www.e4engineering.com/Articles/2987...clear+niche.htm

http://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/stories/...19/daily27.html

http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2007/03/22/ap3541625.html

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Nuclear is where its at in Powergen right now. Everyone (Including GE) is ramping up in anticipation of the us gov allowing new construction again.

GE Energy's nuclear operation is currently headquartered in Wilmington, NC

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Nuclear is where its at in Powergen right now. Everyone (Including GE) is ramping up in anticipation of the us gov allowing new construction again.

GE Energy's nuclear operation is currently headquartered in Wilmington, NC

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Congressman Inglis of Traveler's Rest is really pushing nuclear energy as a way to avoid heavy carbon waste sources of energy. For example, Duke may finally be building a nuclear plant in Cherokee county, but there will be lots of government hurdles to go through.

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This sounds great and once again shows the great relationship Clemson University has achieved with the major corporations in the area.

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