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NCTIR win international people’s choice award

Our NCTIR team, in alliance with NZ Transport and KiwiRail, has won the prestigious Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) People’s Choice Award for 2018. This international award recognises projects that transforms people’s lives and the NCTIR team’s involvement as part of the Kaikoura earthquake recovery work literally “moved mountains to reconnect communities”. As the only…

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Engineering excellence earns top awards

​It was golden glory for Fulton Hogan at the prestigious Canterbury Civil Contractors New Zealand (CCNZ) Awards, winning four major categories. Christchurch’s Riccarton Road reconstruction team picked up both the project category and company image awards while the New Brighton Pier repair work won the innovation and health and safety categories. Staff worked around the…

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Success in Deloitte Top 200 awards

Fulton Hogan has been awarded the 2 Degrees Best Growth Strategy category in the Deloitte Top 200 awards. Judges comments noted our standout growth strategy and successful industry performance, saying we moved into Australia and diversified our business without losing sight of our core operations. Our continued strong focus on health and safety was also commended. Speaking to…

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Takahē release to mark 70th anniversary

In November, a team from the Department of Conservation and Fulton Hogan headed into the Murchison Mountains in Fiordland to release 18 juvenile takahē into the wild, marking the 70th anniversary of the takahē’s rediscovery. Above from left: Stephen Lowe – Canterbury Regional Manager, Graeme Johnson – New Zealand CEO, Grant Sime – Dunedin Regional…

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Sustainable focus leads to soft plastic furniture for community

From plastic to playgrounds – Fulton Hogan is taking sustainability to the community. While completing the recent upgrade of Scarborough Playground for Christchurch City Council, Craig Fraser, Fulton Hogan Canterbury Maintenance Operations Manager, had a bright idea. “I talked about it with a few of my colleagues and we thought it could be a good…

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NZ CEO Graeme Johnson appointed to national infrastructure board

New Zealand CEO Graeme Johnson has been appointed to the board of Infrastructure New Zealand. Graeme’s appointment was confirmed at the board’s AGM in Auckland in November 2018 where members elected a new chair and five new positions. The following members have joined Graeme on the board: Andrew Stevens (Chair) Laura Harris, BNZ Peter Reidy,…

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Traffic flows over new West Coast asset

“I hope everyone who travels over this bridge does so safely. Thank you to all who helped construct it; it’s a wonderful West Coast asset.” With those words Cabinet Minister and West Coast MP Damien O’Connor cut the ribbon and declared the new $25 million Taramakau Bridge open. It spans the Taramakau River, between Kumara…

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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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