Wiradjuri Artist holding his finished artwork in a park

REFLECT Reconciliation Action Plan

Posted by: mwestby February 23, 2021

Snapshot Abergeldie’s commitment to reconciliation and the development of our REFLECT Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is deeply embedded in our mission to build better communities. Engaging Scott (Sauce) Towney, local to Peak Hill NSW, about an hour away from where we delivered Camp Street Bridge replacement in Forbes, creates a greater connection to Abergeldie by engaging local Wiradjuri artist to embody this connection. Abergeldie REFLECT Reconciliation Action Plan has been formally endorsed by Reconciliation Australia and can be found via this link.  Background Abergeldie was engaged by Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) (now, Transport for NSW) to deliver the Camp…

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Chris Murray Building Better Communities in Regional QLD

Posted by: mwestby December 8, 2020

Chris Murray is often commended by clients, stakeholders and local residents. Chris joined Abergeldie in 2015 as a Foreman in our Rehabilitation team and has since ascended to Contracts Supervisor. Nearly six (6) years later, he has become well known for his continuous effort to building better communities across Regional Queensland both through delivering works and helping local residents. We spoke to Chris about his approach to community engagement and management and working in Regional Queensland. “I treat others like I would like to be treated” It was clear from inception that Chris exhibits excellent interpersonal skills. His calm demeanour…

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Approach to Climate Change

Posted by: mwestby December 7, 2020

Abergeldie accept the scientific consensus of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and support the Paris Agreement of limiting global temperature rise to well below 2 degrees above pre-industrial levels.  Abergeldie is committed to leading action on climate change and has announced an emissions reduction goal to achieve net zero operational emissions by 2035. With that goal now set Abergeldie will develop a detailed strategy through 2021 to ensure we manage the risks and maximise the opportunities that our long term emissions reduction goal presents

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Abergeldie Energy Providing the Innovation Needed to Help Build a Carbon Neutral Community

Posted by: mwestby

Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure announces that after several years of research and development it has established a renewable energy division, Abergeldie Energy. Abergeldie is an innovative civil infrastructure contractor operating on the east coast of Australia and in New Zealand with over 25 years of experience in providing the complex infrastructure needed to build better communities. Abergeldie has a world leading shaft sinking capability and has designed and built three (3) of the largest blind boring rigs in the world which are capable of drilling shafts at over 6m diameter to depths of over 500m. The Abergeldie blind boring shaft construction…

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Stakeholder and Community Engagement

Posted by: mwestby November 26, 2020

Abergeldie collaborates with clients, partners and the community to achieve the best possible results for all of our projects. For over 25 years, we have delivered projects across a wide variety of sectors including: tunnelling, bridge, water and transport infrastructure as well as rehabilitation and network improvements in both regional and urban areas. Although each project has different requirements, at Abergeldie we take a no-surprises approach through close collaboration to deliver high-quality work. Abergeldie delivers the complex infrastructure needed to build better communities. We took a deeper look into the way that we have achieved high-quality stakeholder management and community…