The UC Quake Centre is proud to partner with – Fletcher Building. Fletcher Building is committed to a partnership with the UC Quake Centre to help improve community resilience in Christchurch, and throughout New Zealand, following the devastation of the Canterbury Earthquakes.
A local company with global reach, Fletcher Building operates in over 40 countries with its headquarters in Auckland, New Zealand and is Australasia’s leading infrastructure and building materials manufacturer and distributor.
Originally founded in 1909 in Dunedin, today Fletcher Building is one of the largest listed companies in New Zealand with a market capitalisation of over NZ$4.8 billion. The set of values, beliefs and operating practices that the company subscribe to has been shaped by a heritage of constructive, enduring relationships within Fletcher and their shareholders, customers, and communities.
To this day they have maintained a focus and vision of ‘building better together.’ Fletcher Building employs a diverse workforce of approximately 20,000 people across the globe, with a rigorous dedication to health and safety for all their employees.
Always seizing opportunities for improvement towards sustainability, the company continues to implement a range of energy saving initiatives to reduce their group carbon emissions.
CEO Ross Taylor and the management team bring a collaboration of vast international experience into play. Their focus is to make the best use of their global resources and deliver excellence for the unique needs of customers and communities.
The Canterbury earthquake recovery has definitely created a unique set of challenges for local customers and communities. Fletcher Building and the UC Quake Centre are proudly partnered in recognition that they can offer so much more – together.