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We work with local and central government and private clients to develop the built environment and create more vibrant and liveable cities.

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Alan Brown

Interim General Manager

Auckland

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Auckland

Since building the Auckland City Markets in 1916, we have delivered a range of buildings that have shaped the city’s skyline including the Civic Theatre, Auckland SkyTower and several stands at Eden Park, as well as hotels, major hospitals, tertiary education institutes and commercial office towers and retail spaces. We continue to work with clients to deliver projects that will help make Auckland a truly world-class city, including the NZ International Convention Centre and Commercial Bay development.

1916 first project

Auckland City Markets

$700 million

Largest project New Zealand International Convention Centre

Central

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Central

All across the central North Island we have built and redeveloped hotels, hospitals, universities, commercial and retail buildings to support the aspirations of the local communities. Iconic projects include the Chateau Tongariro, Waikato Stadium, Kathleen Kilgour Centre and the National Bank of New Zealand. We played a key role in the rebuild of Napier following the 1931 earthquake.

1930

First project: Chateau Tongariro

South Island

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South Island

We began operations in Dunedin in 1909, undertook our first project in Canterbury in 1922 and established a permanent office in Christchurch in 1955. We have been active in the region ever since. Prior to the earthquakes we undertook significant (and successful) strengthening works in the Christchurch Arts Centre, Christchurch Boys High School and other landmark buildings. Post the earthquakes we have been involved in significant rebuild projects and Fletcher EQR has managed the repair of 150,000 homes on behalf of the Earthquake Commission.

1909

Began operations

$2.4 billion

Largest Project, Earthquake Recovery

176

Employees

Wellington

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Wellington

Our history in the Capital dates back to 1917, when we delivered the Salvation Army Barracks behind the People’s Palace on Cuba Street. We’ve been active in the region ever since, delivering many of the civic and commercial buildings that have become part of the fabric of Wellington – the Central Railway station, Te Papa Museum of New Zealand, Westpac Stadium, Intercontinental Hotel and Capital & Coast Hospital to name just a few.

1917

First Project: Salvation Army Barracks

$170 million

Largest project Wellington Hospital

Forman Commercial Interiors

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Forman Commercial Interiors

Forman is a market leader in interiors construction, with specific capability in suspended ceilings, internal and aluminium partitioning, carpentry and access floors. Operating under the Forman brand, teams undertake work for both Fletcher and other contractors.

110

Employees

30 million

annual turnover

5 million

Largest project