Civil Engineering, Civil Contractors & Complex Infrastructure
With over 20 year’s industry experience, Abergeldie has secured their position as one of Australia’s leading civil contractors, operating across Australia and globally.
Abergeldie is proud to undertake an extensive range of civil contractor, civil engineering, and complex infrastructure services, adhering to the highest safety and quality measures.
Abergeldie is fundamental in the planning, design, delivery and maintenance of an extensive range of infrastructure services to build better communities across Australia and globally to a range of clients. Our company’s growth over many years has enabled us to expand on our project expertise, cementing our position as a leading mid-tier infrastructure provider, and offering expertise and capabilities in a range of sectors including:
- Bridge and Road Construction
- Rail and Transport Infrastructure
- Dam Construction
- Electrical Infrastructure
- Petrochemical Infrastructure
- Tunnel Construction
- Pipe Renewal, Relining and Repair
- Recreational Infrastructure
- Marine and Mining Infrastructure
- Water & Wastewater Infrastructure
- Water Aeration
- Water Recycling Facilities
- Odour Management
- Structural Remediation.
Abergeldie offers a flexible approach to design and delivery, and consistently strives to meet and exceed client expectations.
ABERGELDIE COMPLEX INFRASTRUCTURE BECOMES 100% OWNER OF NZ TUNNELLING AND INFRASTRUCTURE CONTRACTOR ABERGELDIE HARKER Harker Underground Limited www.harker.co.nz was established in 1988 and was one of New Zealand’s most respected tunne...
Since Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure appointed Greg Taylor as CEO in 2015 with a mandate to grow the business in Australia, it has expanded into Victoria and grown annual turnover nearly threefold. This has been overwhelmingly positive ...
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