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80 year book
In 1933 two pioneering, but very humble men, Jules Fulton and Bob Hogan, formed a company that today connects and cares for communities; building and maintaining the roads, ports, airports and civil infrastructure which bring people together.

Click below to share in the memories and proudest moments of our Fulton Hogan people over the past 80 years.

Fulton Hogan has more than 80 years experience in the transport, water, energy,
mining and land development infrastructure sector in New Zealand, Australia and the
South Pacific.
We create communities from the ground up, starting with our own network of quarries, complemented by our asphalt, emulsion and precast plants. The names you see on our trucks, our hard hats and our high-vis vests are more than just a brand. They’re the names of our founders, Jules Fulton and Bob Hogan, who teamed up as partners in 1933 to start a contracting business and create a future for their families. Those families, together with employees, still
hold a major stake in our public, non-listed company.
We pride ourselves on being a family company – one which cares about communities and the people in them, especially our customers, suppliers and our 5500+ people. Safety always comes first. We challenge and train our people to look after themselves and their team mates. Our head office is in Christchurch – where we are helping rebuild the city – and our heart is in every job we deliver with skill, pride and a genuine commitment to safety and quality.

Key Projects

Auckland Region donates new vehicle

Fulton Hogan’s Auckland Region is donating a new Nissan Navara Ute to an organisation that helps young people navigate their way through the driver licensing system. Behind the Wheel was set up in Māngere a year ago because its founders were concerned at how many young people were featuring in crashes as well as driving...

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Enormous Gantry Cranes to widen EJ Wh...

Major widening works to the EJ Whitten Bridge has ramped up with the arrival of two enormous remote controlled gantry cranes. The first crane has been assembled and is scheduled for its first lift this coming 1 May 2017. The second crane should be upright not long after Anzac Day with a further three weeks...

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Australian asphalt price increase (NS...

Due to the significant rising energy and material costs associated with the production and supply of asphalt products, Fulton Hogan wishes to advise that the price of asphalt is increasing in some regions of Australia. The price increase ranges from $6.00 – $9.00 per tonne + GST, dependent on region, with some states not affected...

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