Organisation Category: Construction
Our international team build the roads, ports, airports, infrastructure and property that help bring people together – great achievements during our 80-plus years of experience in the transport infrastructure, water, energy, mining and land development sectors.
We have a strong Australasian footprint, with offices and facilities across New Zealand and Australia and our work in the Pacific and remote areas includes projects on the Keeling Islands, off the coast of Western Australia.
We offer clients a vertically-integrated business structure. Because we have our own asphalt plants, quarries and precast plants, we are able to supply our own civil projects and provide the continuity that helps projects stay on time and on budget.
Our innovative approach sets us apart, with time and money invested into material research, development and application of progressive new techniques, such as sustainable pavement mixes and our pressure Watercutter.
- Towards Zero Waste
Fulton Hogan, in partnership with Christchurch International Airport, has conducted a large-scale trial of an asphalt mix made with recycled waste plastic incorporated into the bitumen binder of the asphalt. Half of Christchurch Airport’s fire station has been paved with PlastiPhalt®, a proprietary asphaltic product developed and manufactured by Fulton Hogan. Approximately 250 tonnes of PlastiPhalt® was laid, using 3100 four-litre plastic oil containers which would formerly have gone to landfill.
An initiative to recycle used oil coordinated by Fulton Hogan in partnership with the Government’s Recycled Oil Saves the Environment (R.O.S.E.) scheme over the past 12 years in Canterbury has grown the collection of used oils from businesses such as restaurants and garages to 940,000 litres per year in 2005/6 to 2.5 million litres in 2017. Fulton Hogan also has used oil programmes running in Invercargill, Dunedin, the West Coast and Nelson.
The Department of Conservation and Fulton Hogan have committed to a partnership that will see critically endangered takahē continue to make strong progress back from the brink of extinction. The next step for the Takahē Recovery Programme is to re-establish wild populations in South Island high tussock lands, the natural home of the takahē.Awards and Certifications: NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards Commendation
Listing last updated 17/07/2018