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Our diverse capabilities have allowed us to grow from a small civil contractor to a major vertically integrated civil construction company, offering quality construction materials and superior surfacing and infrastructure services across New Zealand, Australia and Fiji.

These diverse capabilitites stem from a unique vertically integrated business model that separates Fulton Hogan from other companies. This means that Fulton Hogan is able to provide constancy and value by managing the entire production chain from extracting the raw material to maintaining the finished product.

Fulton Hogan’s vertically integrated model provides a consistent approach to the delivery and ensures all customers are serviced by experienced staff offering quality products and services from start to finish.

Key Projects

CCNZ Award for Central region

Fulton Hogan’s Central region have won a Hynds Construction Award for Projects over $5M for their Eastern Access Road project. Project Manager Richard Lee received the award on behalf of the project team at the CCNZ Otago branch construction awards on Friday night. Richard put the project’s success down to a great team of people...

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Helping the kids at Mahogany Rise Pri...

The kids and Headmaster John Culley at Mahogany Rise Primary School, Frankston North Victoria were presented a dozen brand new Sherrin Footballs by Robert Hewson, Engineering Manager at Fulton Hogan during their school’s Breakfast Club Program back in March. The school has one of the highest rankings for disadvantaged kids in the state, and children...

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New $9 million Tasman Highway Memoria...

Fulton Hogan is working in conjunction with the City of Hobart on the new $9 million Tasman Highway Memorial Bridge project. The bridge will provide a shared pedestrian/cyclist link, connecting the Cenotaph and Soldiers Memorial Avenue on the Domain, two of Hobart’s most significant public spaces.   Construction commenced in late 2017 and works are...

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