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Pride of Place A History of the Fletcher Construction Company Peter Shaw.

By: Shaw, Peter, 1946-.
Contributor(s): Fletcher Construction (Firm).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. Fletcher Construction Company Ltd 2009Description: 207 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 31 cm.ISBN: 9780473155964 (N.Z. : hbk.).Other title: History of the Fletcher Construction Company.Subject(s): Fletcher Construction (Firm) -- History | Construction Industry - -- New Zealand - -- History | Fletcher Construction (Firm) - History | Fletcher, James, Sir, 1886-1974 | Fletcher, Jim, 1914-2007DDC classification: 338.7624
Contents:
1908-1917 Precarious beginnings -- 1918-1920 Expanding horizons -- 1921-1929 Getting the house in order -- 1930-1939 Weathering the storm -- 1940-1949 A changing world -- 1950-1959 Growing stronger -- 1960-1969 Nation building -- 1970-1979 No holding back -- 1980-1989 Developing infrastructure -- 1990-1999 New directions -- 2000-2009 Doing the business.
Includes index.
Summary: In this book the company has recorded its achievements and what it thinks of itself as it celebrates its centennial. This is summed up in the book's opening sentence: "More of New Zealand's built environment has been created by the Fletcher Construction Company than by any other firm."
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1908-1917 Precarious beginnings -- 1918-1920 Expanding horizons -- 1921-1929 Getting the house in order -- 1930-1939 Weathering the storm -- 1940-1949 A changing world -- 1950-1959 Growing stronger -- 1960-1969 Nation building -- 1970-1979 No holding back -- 1980-1989 Developing infrastructure -- 1990-1999 New directions -- 2000-2009 Doing the business.

Includes index.

In this book the company has recorded its achievements and what it thinks of itself as it celebrates its centennial. This is summed up in the book's opening sentence: "More of New Zealand's built environment has been created by the Fletcher Construction Company than by any other firm."

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