Abergeldie has 25 years’ industry experience and is a leading civil engineering contractor in Australia and New Zealand. Established in 1994 by Managing Director, Mick Boyle, Abergeldie’s experience extends to planning, design, delivery and maintenance of an extensive range of infrastructure services.
We design and deliver projects in the Water, Bridges, Transport, Underground, Energy and Remediation industry sectors. Projects include dams, bridges, tunnels, water and wastewater treatment process facilities, rail infrastructure, mining infrastructure, electrical substations, marine works and pipeline rehabilitation: the complex infrastructure needed to build better communities.
Water: Design and construction of potable and wastewater treatment, storage and distribution infrastructure; caisson, seawall, wharf and marine works.
Bridges: Design and construction of roads and bridges ranging in size from cycle-ways and pedestrian overpasses through to multilane highways and rail corridor bridge crossings, caisson, seawall, wharf and marine works.
Transport: Design and construction, reconditioning and maintenance of bridges, stations, buildings, rail systems and civil structures. Brownfields and greenfield rail systems experience, inclusive of all track forms, 1500V DC traction and HV substation capability.
Underground: Owners and operators of the world’s largest blind bore drilling rigs, road header and both AVN and EPBM tunnel boring and jacking rigs.
Energy: Design and construction of traction power substations, zone substations, buried and overhead cables, cable tunnels and conduits.
Remediation: Condition assessment and remediation of hydrostatic concrete, pipelines, tanks and reservoirs; concrete and brick work; and metal structures and cladding. Experts in trenchless construction and relining of water and sewer mains.