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Helping the kids at Mahogany Rise Pri...

The kids and Headmaster John Culley at Mahogany Rise Primary School, Frankston North Victoria were presented a dozen brand new Sherrin Footballs by Robert Hewson, Engineering Manager at Fulton Hogan during their school’s Breakfast Club Program back in March. The school has one of the highest rankings for disadvantaged kids in the state, and children...

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New $9 million Tasman Highway Memoria...

Fulton Hogan is working in conjunction with the City of Hobart on the new $9 million Tasman Highway Memorial Bridge project. The bridge will provide a shared pedestrian/cyclist link, connecting the Cenotaph and Soldiers Memorial Avenue on the Domain, two of Hobart’s most significant public spaces.   Construction commenced in late 2017 and works are...

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Fulton Hogan and nbn sign traineeship...

We are pleased to announce a partnership between Fulton Hogan and PEEDAC, an Indigenous not for profit organization that provides a range of valuable services to make training, work experience and employment accessible. The MOU creates a platform for PEEDAC, nbnTM and Fulton Hogan to work together to identify Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates...

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News & media

Potential data breach – PageUp

Fulton Hogan has been advised by its third party HR software supplier, PageUp, that they have experienced a system breach, meaning that private information uploaded to PageUp’s software may have been compromised. We are one of many organisations who use PageUp software to help with processing internal and external job applications. At this stage, PageUp...

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Acquisition of Stevenson Construction...

Fulton Hogan is pleased to announce that it has signed an agreement to purchase Stevenson Construction Materials business. The purchase will see Fulton Hogan take full ownership of Stevenson’s quarries and concrete plants, transport, laboratory services and associated plant and equipment. Cos Bruyn, Fulton Hogan’s Group CEO said that both companies had similar family values...

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New artworks a symbol of diversity

Four pieces of artwork that are now hanging in  the Western Australia Infrastructure Service’s Hazelmere office are the latest initiative to advance Fulton Hogan’s Aboriginal Engagement Plan. The works were commissioned by Fulton Hogan from prominent Aboriginal artist Kevin Bynder, a Whadjuk man of the Noongar Nation of Western Australia. Noongar people are the original...

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