Fluor Corp. Adds Former Sempra Energy Exec to Board of Directors

Lisa Glatch will serve on the board’s audit committee and the commercial strategies and operational risk committee, bringing the total number of Fluor Board members to 10, nine of whom are independent.

Former Sempra Energy executive Lisa Glatch has been elected to the board of directors of Irving-based Fluor Corp.

Glatch will serve on the board’s audit committee and the commercial strategies and operational risk committee, bringing the total number of Fluor Board members to 10, nine of whom are independent.

“The addition of Lisa Glatch to Fluor’s Board of Directors provides the company with another top-tier advisor with proven leadership credentials and global experience in the public and private sectors, and with multibillion-dollar capital projects,” David E. Constable, chairman and CEO said in a statement. “Lisa’s service and governance experience within Fortune 500 companies in infrastructure, energy and liquified natural gas will help support growth across Fluor’s portfolio as our clients transition to sustainable infrastructure and energy solutions.”

Fluor said that Glatch has more than 35 years of experience and joined Sempra Energy in 2018 as strategic initiatives officer before she was named president and chief operating officer of Sempra LNG in 2019.

She was president, LNG and Net Zero Solutions of Sempra Infrastructure from 2021 until her retirement in 2022. Before joining Sempra, Glatch held several senior executive positions in business development, operations, and project management at CH2M (formerly CH2M Hill), Jacobs, and Fluor.

Her experience spans the public and private sectors in the energy, chemicals, environmental, mining, water, and transportation industries.

Glatch also serves as a non-executive director on the boards of Xylem, a global water technology provider, and Hess, a global independent energy company.

Fluor has provided engineering, procurement and construction services for more than 110 years.

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