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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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Virtual reality revs up workplace learning

Fulton Hogan is pioneering new ways to harness Virtual Reality technology to enable teams to practise new skills in a more realistic manner – and learn from mistakes without compromising safety. VR technology minimises the risks of training in a ‘live’ situation while giving employees plenty of hands-on experience. A finalist at the 2017 New…

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Taranaki Region announces sponsorship deal

Fulton Hogan’s Taranaki business will sponsor the Taranaki Rescue Helicopter Trust for the next three years. The sponsorship will be used to pay for equipment for the trust’s land-based Alpine Rescue Team. The team of volunteers is responsible for undertaking rescue missions in treacherous alpine and bush environments. It will be renamed the Fulton Hogan…

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Fulton Hogan wins inaugural IPWEA Australasia Excellence Award

The IPWEA Australasia Excellence Awards were held on 23 August, at the 2017 IPWEA International Public Works Conference held in Perth. Judged by a panel of industry experts, the finalists represented the industry’s best of the best, having already won their category from each Australian state and New Zealand in 2015-2017. The award for the…

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That’s a wrap for Bayswater station

The Bayswater Level Crossing Removal Project is now complete. With the removal of two dangerous and congested level crossings at Mountain Highway and Scoresby Road as well as construction of the brand new Bayswater Station, all that’s left to complete are the balance of landscaping and streetscape works that are well underway. The project team…

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Major award for Taranaki project

A Civil North project that has provided New Plymouth with a northern entranceway that the city had wanted for years has won a major award at the Civil Contractor (CCNZ) awards. At a function in Dunedin, the award to the $17.5 million Vickers to City Upgrade for projects valued between $5m-$20m was presented to General…

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Minister applauds recycling scheme

An initiative to recycle used oil coordinated by a Fulton Hogan manager has helped solve a huge problem nationwide, Associate Minister for the Environment Scott Simpson told customers and staff during a site visit yesterday. Mr Simpson visited the Fulton Hogan asphalt plant at Miners Road, Templeton, to see how the oil is re-used as…

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