Managing Melbournian’s roads

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Fulton Hogan’s road maintenance crews will remain a familiar sight on Melbourne’s roads following two recent contract wins in the city’s beachside area of Port Phillip and in Melbourne’s south eastern suburbs.

For over 18 years, Fulton Hogan has been entrusted by the City of Port Phillip to maintain its roads and public assets. As testament to the high level of service and the relationship built over time with the customer, the team has been awarded the maintenance contact for a further seven years and three months. The new contract commenced in April and extends our tenure at Port Phillip to 25 years through to 2021.

In addition, our road maintenance crew in Victoria’s metro south east has also been approved for a two year extension on the existing maintenance contract with VicRoads. They will maintain arterial roads spanning from the tip of the Mornington Peninsula through to the leafy suburbs of Brighton.

Over the past 80 years Fulton Hogan has built and maintained the roads, ports, airports and infrastructure which connects communities and brings people together. This has seen government agencies in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands entrust us with the stewardship of road networks and community infrastructure, and in return, we invest heavily in local communities and their people.

Read more about Fulton Hogan’s road and asset management capabilities here.

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