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Fulton Hogan appoints Group CEO

Fulton Hogan is pleased to announce the appointment of Cos Bruyn as Group Chief Executive Officer to take over from Nick Miller who, in May last year, signalled his plans to leave Fulton Hogan. Mr Bruyn’s appointment follows a thorough local and international executive search process. He has extensive experience in the contracting industry, including…

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2016 NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards

Fulton Hogan and the Tauranga Airport Authority have received a commendation for the Mega Efficiency Impact Award category at the recent 2016 NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards. The Awards, which have been running for 14 years, are the longest-standing sustainability awards in New Zealand. The project involved designing and building a new long-term car park…

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Bayswater Level Crossing Removal Project wins sustainability award

Bayswater Level Crossing Removal Project leads the way in sustainability

The Bayswater Level Crossing Removal Project (LCRP) has been recognised for its sustainability performance by the Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia. The project – being delivered as an Alliance between Laing O’Rourke, Fulton Hogan, AECOM, the Level Crossing Removal Authority, VicRoads, Public Transport Victoria, and Metro Trains Melbourne – was awarded the IS Project or…

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Heijmans and Fulton Hogan form strategic alliance

Heijmans and Fulton Hogan – leading civil construction companies from the Netherlands and New Zealand – have formed a strategic alliance to share products and intellectual property in the markets in which they operate. The agreement was signed today in Sydney as part of the Dutch economic mission to Australia and New Zealand, in the…

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Giving back to the Fiji community

Vatukalo Village on Ovalau Island has a new community centre, the result of efforts by its villagers working with a voluntary crew from Fulton Hogan Hiways Joint Venture (FHHJV), as well as a team from Fulton Hogan. Vatukalo’s previous centre was lost to Cyclone Winston earlier in the year that also caused major damage to…

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Indigenous artwork on Bitumen Tanker - Townsville

Iconic tankers to promote diversity and inclusion

Today, Indigenous people make up ten percent of Fulton Hogan’s Northern Region business; something that the company is working on replicating across the Australian business explained Nick Marinelli, Fulton Hogan’s Chief Executive Officer. Nick said; “Fulton Hogan wants a diverse workforce; one that reflects the communities in which we operate. As the inaugural Founding Friend…

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Australia’s first cold-mix asphalt utilising biofuel

Fulton Hogan’s commitment to building safe and environmentally friendly communities has led to the development of Australia’s first cold-mix asphalt that utilises renewable resources, instead of standard petroleum diesel, in all of our cold-mix and EZ Street® asphalt products throughout Australia. Paul DeBritt, Fulton Hogan’s General Manager NSW says; “Our highest priority is building safe and…

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Running to cure brain cancer

For the second consecutive year, Fulton Hogan has participated in Run Melbourne, raising funds for The Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. On Friday, the hard work of almost 150 Fulton Hogan staff and family was recognised when we presented a cheque for $44,000 to Matthew Browne, Acting CEO of The Cure Brain Cancer Foundation. Domenic De-Fazio,…

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Phone scam alert

Fulton Hogan has been made aware of a scam targeting customers. The scammers claim to be calling on behalf of Fulton Hogan and are using bullying tactics to request changes to Fulton Hogan’s information. We remind our customers that Fulton Hogan does not engage third party agencies to contact our customers and suppliers.  If you…

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