Alan Boeckmann retired as non-executive chairman of the board of Fluor Corporation in February of 2012. Prior to that, he held the post of chairman and chief executive officer of Fluor from February 2002 through February 2011.
As chairman and CEO, he refocused the company on engineering, procurement, construction and maintenance services. Under his leadership, the company set many records for financial and stock performance.
Joining Fluor in 1974 as an engineer, Mr. Boeckmann worked in a variety of domestic and international locations, including assignments in California, Texas, South Carolina, South Africa and Venezuela. As of his retirement, he had spent 35 years with Fluor joining them directly after his graduation from the University of Arizona with a degree in electrical engineering.
An outspoken leader on the subject of anti-corruption, he led the formation of the World Economic Forum’s Partnering Against Corruption Initiative in 2004. Boeckmann serves as a director on the boards of Sempra Energy, BP and Archer Daniels Midland.
Previous corporate board service includes BNSF Railway and BHP Billiton. In addition, Mr. Boeckmann is a former board member of the National Petroleum Council, the Eisenhower Medical Center and the Hearing and Speech Foundation.