CEO Sleep Out – Mick Boyle on Sky News

Posted by: admin June 27, 2012

On Thursday 21 June 2012, Mick Boyle braved the cold for the Vinnies CEO winter Sleep out at the old carriage works in Sydney. With over $86,000 dollars raised at the time, Mick was third on the leader board. Sky News interviewed Mick to find out more about Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure and how he had raised such a mamoth amount! Click here to listen

Mick Boyle features on 2GB

Posted by: admin June 21, 2012

Tonight, Thursday 21 June, Abergeldie’s Managing Director will brave the cold in Sydney for the Vinnies CEO Winter Sleep Out. On Tuesday 19 June Mick was interviewed on 2GB about the event as he was, at the time, the CEO with the most money raised. Click here to listen With over $86,000 raised, Mick is currently second on the leader board and has done a fantastic job in raising this amount of funds. From the Abergeldie Team, we wish Mick all the best tonight and hope he manages to get some sleep. We will all be thinking of him tonight…

OHL/Abergeldie Joint Venture Agreement

Posted by: admin March 8, 2012

A joint venture agreement has been signed to bring together the combined strengths of Abergeldie and OHL International to pursue significant civil construction tendering opportunities in Australia, particularly in Eastern Australia. OHL International ranks as No. 21 on the list of the world’s largest construction companies and is currently working on projects in more than 30 countries. The history of the Madrid-based company dates back to construction of the new Spanish port of Balboa in 1912. Some of their larger recent projects include high rise elevated freeway and interchange construction in Europe, Mexico and the USA, rail and road tunnels…

HEB and Abergeldie Team Up

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Abergeldie and HEB Team Up New Zealand-based HEB Construction has joined forces with Abergeldie to pursue marine and tunnelling project opportunities on both sides of the Tasman Sea. HEB experts in marine engineering and construction are already an important part of the Abergeldie team on the current $29 million project to repair cyclone damage to the Lucinda Bulk Sugar Terminal, north of Townsville in Queensland.  The loaders are at the end of a jetting and wharf structure stretching more than 5 km out to sea. HEB’s marine engineering expertise has been developed over many years on major wharf, harbour and…

Abergeldie Wins Lucinda Bulk Sugar Terminal Cyclone Yasi Repair Works

Posted by: admin October 8, 2011

Damaged by Cyclone Yasi in February 2011, Queensland Sugar Limited’s 5 km long jetty and bulk sugar loader at Lucinda, 150 km north of Townsville, will be back in action by April 2012, thanks to an intense and complex, fast-track program of repair works. Abergeldie was awarded the $30 000 000 contract in September 2011, allowing just six months to get the jetty and loader up and running again before the next sugar harvesting season begins. Nearly all of the works will be carried out at heights, over water, up to 5 km out to sea, and sometimes under water,…