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Safety milestone for Fijian team

One hundred Fulton Hogan Hiways staff in the Northern Division have celebrated a first for the company in Fiji, 365 Zero Harm days. The milestone was achieved by the Northern teams based at depots in Savusavu, Natua in Seaqaqa, Taveuni and the Labasa office. Zero Harm is a company-wide objective that aims to ensure that…

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NEPA – Blitzed it in January

From 8pm on Thursday 18 January until 4am on Wednesday 24 January 2018, the North Eastern Program Alliance (NEPA) successfully completed its 5-day construction blitz as part of the Hurstbridge Rail Line Upgrade. During this time, over 45,000 passengers used the rail replacement buses, and works took place 24-hours-a-day on all sites in Alphington, Heidelberg…

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Born to drill

With parents who owned a drilling company, and a father who worked as a driller, Pip Buunk has fond memories of growing up playing on old drilling rigs on their farm and making sculptures out of leftover parts from drill jobs. The desire to understand where their water came from, what kind of dirt was…

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Signs point to beach safety

Aucklanders are being kept up-to-date on the condition of the city’s beaches this summer – thanks in part to solutions provided by Fulton Hogan. In a first for New Zealand, Auckland Council decided it needed to provide real time water quality forecasts and up-to-date information on health and safety risks. The council engaged Fulton Hogan…

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Heidelberg track duplication

Works are well under way at Heidelberg where the team have been tunnelling away at the new Darebin Street underpass. A special excavator called a Butor has been used, playfully nicknamed Boris by some of the tunnelling crew. Boris has made its way all the way from France and is being used for the first…

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Australian–first bridge success for Darlington Upgrade Project, SA

In an Australian-first for a civil construction project of this scale, the first of two new bridges constructed ‘off-site’ have been successfully transported and installed for the A$620 million Darlington Upgrade Project in Adelaide, South Australia. The 180m-long, 3000 tonne bridge was built on land between the Southern Expressway and Marion Road, Bedford Park, over…

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Engineer realises impossible dream

Afghan refugee Ali Mohammad Haidari, who is a Fulton Hogan Site Engineer, enjoys a life he once thought impossible. Ali’s family fled to Iran after his father was killed by the Taliban. While working as a child labourer there he decided he wanted to be an engineer. Ali has shared his story with Fairfax NZ,…

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Potential scam

Fulton Hogan understands a person claiming to be from our company has been contacting customers and partners looking for email addresses. Reasons have ranged from sending company information to selling tickets to a conference they are claiming Fulton Hogan is sponsoring. Fulton Hogan would not solicit information of its customers and partners in this manner…

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