Fletcher Building

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Fletcher Building Limited
Public company
Traded as NZX: FBU
Industry Construction
Founded 2001 (part of Fletcher Challenge group)
Headquarters Auckland, New Zealand
Area served
New Zealand, Australia, Americas, Pacific Islands, Asia, Europe, Africa
Key people
Mark Adamson (CEO and managing director)
Products Building products
Services Construction
Revenue $9,004 million [FY2016]
Number of employees
Approx 20,000 globally
Subsidiaries Fletcher Construction
Website fletcherbuilding.com

Fletcher Building Limited is one of the largest listed companies in New Zealand, with a market capitalisation of over NZ$7 billion. The company was split from Fletcher Challenge in 2001, formerly New Zealand's largest business and multinational.

With around 20,000 employees globally and over 34 business units operating under the Fletcher Building banner, the company is Australasia's largest building materials supplier. Mark Adamson has been the chief executive since 1 October 2012.


The company operates in five divisions: Building Products, International Businesses, Distribution, Construction and Residential and Land Developments. From home renovations and remodelling to new housing developments, commercial buildings and infrastructure projects including highways, tunnels and bridges, Fletcher Building delivers products and services and expertise that enhance built environments and improve quality of life. [1]


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