Fulton Hogan is set to maintain 5800km of sealed road network in South Australia after being awarded one of the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) maintenance contracts.
Covering a large portion of the state, spanning from Port Wakefield across to Renmark in the Riverland, down to Mt Gambier and back across to Victor Harbor, the approximately $13M per annum contract is for seven years, with two extension options of three plus three years. The contract also has provisions for additional minor capital works. The contract commences on 2 November 2020.
Since 2011 the company has delivered road maintenance services in metropolitan Adelaide and delivers more than $500 million of road maintenance works annually across Australia.
“Fulton Hogan builds and maintains the roads, ports, airports and infrastructure which connects communities and brings people together,” said Matthew MacMahon, CEO Fulton Hogan Infrastructure Services.
“We currently employ 500 South Australians across our civil maintenance, manufacturing, utilities and construction activities and look forward to continuing to work with DPTI to provide a safe and reliable road network for the South Australian community.”