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For nearly 80 years, Fulton Hogan has honed its skills as a supplier of contracting services to our customers in New Zealand. Along the way, our focus in this area has seen us grow from a small civil contracting business to a major supplier of construction materials, infrastructure maintenance and construction services to a broad range of business sectors.

Central to our contracting operations are three important features:

  • Providing customers with the benefits of a vertically integrated business, delivering end-to-end contracting solutions that begin with our quarries supplying our asphalt plants and civil projects, all the way through to our asphalt plants and precast businesses delivering materials directly to our construction projects
  • Ensuring exceptional levels of quality across our products and processes, through a combination of selecting the best services and products, and rigorously testing and developing these to ensure they operate at their full potential upon application
  • Employing the best people in our offices and around our sites across New Zealand, who take pride in delivering the best results in all the projects they work on.

As a leading civil construction company, we are committed to meeting the ever changing needs and interests of our customers and the community, by:

  • Understanding their needs and providing the best solutions to address these
  • Ensuring we understand and respect our resources and our environment
  • Talking to and working closely with our customers and their communities at all times.

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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