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Oxfam Trailwalker 2018

Posted by: mwestby June 15, 2018

Abergeldie is once again hitting the trail for a good cause.  To donate to our teams, click on the links below. Sydney 24 – 26 August  Abergeldie 100KM    https://trailwalker.oxfam.org.au/my/team/31185 Rick Szabo Denis Quigly Michael Doran Ren Greentree Abergeldie Black   https://trailwalker.oxfam.org.au/my/team/31183 Michael Trumm Oljay Ibrahim Stephen Harvey Thomas English Abergeldie Green  https://trailwalker.oxfam.org.au/my/team/31184 Isabel Nobre Alicia Tran Lillian Simpson Maxima Miranda Brisbane 22 – 24 June (Completed) Abergeldie Black  https://trailwalker.oxfam.org.au/my/team/31206 Iain Lendrum Scott Fellowes Thomas DeJager Brett Birch Abergeldie Green  https://trailwalker.oxfam.org.au/my/team/31207 Chris Bassa Callan Hughes Matthew White Daniel Kuo

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Abergeldie, in a joint venture with its partners, awarded Capital Works Program for Melbourne Water

Posted by: mwestby May 31, 2018

  Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure, with joint venture partners, awarded Capital Works Program for Melbourne Water Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure (Abergeldie) in a joint venture with partners RCR Tomlinson (RCR) and Stantec Australia (Stantec) is pleased to announce that an initial 3-year Framework Agreement plus extensions of up to a further seven (7) years has been executed with Melbourne Water to deliver critical projects for its Water and Sewerage Capital Works Program. Abergeldie, together with its partners, will deliver a program of works covering a diverse range of design and construct and pipeline rehabilitation projects. Melbourne Water has indicated that the capital…

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Abergeldie becomes 100% Owner of Abergeldie Harker

Posted by: mwestby April 11, 2018

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 tunnelling and micro-tunnelling companies. Mike Harker, the son of Harker Underground founder Graeme Harker, and Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure www.abergeldie.com jointly purchased the equipment and business of Harker Underground Construction Limited and renamed it Abergeldie Harker Limited, commencing operations on 01 March 2017. Abergeldie Harker has recently been shortlisted in JV with Ghella by the Auckland water authority Watercare, to tender the $NZ1.2 billion Central Interceptor project (https://www.watercare.co.nz/About-us/News-media/Large-wastewater-project-counting-down-to-start-da) In order to…

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Leadership at Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure

Posted by: mwestby

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 for Abergeldie. Water projects now represent over 50% of the work Abergeldie delivers including its largest ever job, an $A80 million water treatment plant at the Springvale Mine at Lithgow, NSW. Abergeldie Watertech has continued to grow and is successfully delivering an innovative, world first process for relining brick sewers in Melbourne. A multiyear program similar to that Abergeldie is currently undertaking for Sydney…

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Large Wastewater Project Counting Down To Start Date

Posted by: mwestby March 13, 2018

The Central Interceptor – a 4.5m diameter wastewater tunnel – is designed  to help reduce combined wastewater/stormwater overflows to local waterways and the Waitemata Harbour. With construction set to start in 2019, the $1.2bn Central Interceptor is one of New Zealand’s most ambitious tunnelling projects. Constructed at depths of up to 110m, the tunnel will run 13km between Western Springs and the Mangere Wastewater Treatment Plant. Connecting to existing networks along the route, flows and overflows will be diverted into the tunnel before it crosses the Manukau Harbour below the seabed. Short-listed construction contractors for the project are (in no…