The hydropower repair team at the 270-MW Wolf Creek Dam in Kentucky removed a 230-ton rotor in mid-January to gain access to another damaged component.
Houston-based industrial gen-set firm Depco Power Systems purchased 92 generators and engines from the dismantled project and is now finding uses for the equipment.
The blackout snarled traffic, forced businesses and schools to close and sparked long lines at gas stations.
It is the second major outage in less than a week, with the previous one affecting some 840,000 customers.
Fluor has a 54-year presence in the Commonwealth.
The decision is a stunning setback for a project that first was proposed in 2010 and appeared to be a done deal.
Work was awarded to Fluor by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The bill would define hydropower as a renewable energy source and streamline the way projects are licensed, with primary authority granted to a single federal agency.