East Coast Road Maintenance, Asphalt Supply & Laying and Traffic Management
Fulton Hogan creates, connects and cares for communities; building the roads, ports, airports, infrastructure and property which brings people together. We build communities literally from the ground up, starting with our own network of quarries, complemented by our asphalt, emulsion and pre-cast plants.
Servicing the East Coast with superior road maintenance
New Zealand’s East Coast is an area of outstanding natural beauty, Mãori cultural sites and winemaking. Its large geographical area means road maintenance services need to be provided by a large scale contractor, with the ability to deploy multiple teams simultaneously across the region. Fulton Hogan’s road maintenance facilities in Gisborne, in the north of the region, and Napier, in its south, enable them to do this. We can offer services from day-to-day maintenance of minor roads to major repairs and maintenance of the highway network, such as the $40m NZTA Maintenance Contract, which was the maintenance of Gisborne Area State Highway network or the HDC Rural Maintenance Contract.
Asphalt production and laying
Similarly, we have the capacity to service a region as large as the East Coast with asphalt supply and laying services. Mindful of the local communities’ pride in the history and beauty of their environment, Fulton Hogan’s asphalt supply processes produce bitumen and other road surfaces manufactured using the latest green technologies, saving energy and reducing harmful emissions. Our asphalt laying teams are equally aware of their surroundings, employing environmentally friendly application techniques. Our research and development teams are able to develop techniques that have minimal impact on the local area while still delivering world class performance and value for money for our clients.
East Coast traffic management solutions
All the way down the East Coast, around the East Cape and along Hawke’s Bay, Fulton Hogan are able to provide traffic management solutions to local authorities. We can provide warnings signs, contra-flow lanes and other measures to reduce the impact of impediments to traffic flow on the Pacific Coast Highway, the main route through the region, and the rest of the region’s road network. Our experience in traffic management minimises the inconvenience caused to local communities by both unexpected events and planned work on the roads, and the measures we employ meet the recently introduced national code of practice requirements for traffic management.