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Fulton Hogan spans the Āpōpō Awards

2 May 2024:

It’s a big year for Fulton Hogan and bridges in the 2024 Āpōpō Awards!

Three bridges – the Taparahi Slip remediation project’s 124m steel/composite bridge across SH25A Coromandel Kopu Hikuai Road (pictured), the Redclyffe temporary bridge in Hawke’s Bay and the Kāeo Bridge Upgrade are all finalists. SH25A was entered jointly with McConnell Dowell and Redclyffe involved multiple parties including WSP, Concrete Structures Ltd, Holmes Group, Jurgens Demolition and McNatty Construction.

Fulton Hogan was involved in five of the ten finalists across the five categories. The other two are The Wellington Transport Alliance (Leadership category) and the Mona Vale Weir fish passage in Christchurch (Sustainability category). The latter was entered by consultancy WSP.

Formerly the IPWEA (Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia) Awards, the Āpōpō Awards celebrate the best of infrastructure asset management in New Zealand. The winners will be announced at the Āpōpō Awards Gala Dinner on 22 May at the Tākina Wellington Convention & Exhibition Centre.

One of these winners will be awarded the Supreme Asset Management Excellence Award for 2024, becoming the kaitiaki of Kōmata o Te Rangi – a taurapa (the carved stern of a war canoe) representing infrastructure asset management excellence.

 

 

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