Posted by: admin November 13, 2012

Abergeldie has extensive experience in working under, over and in rail corridors. Project examples have included: a road underpass; a road over bridge; new customer station access stairs, lifts and bridges; installation of signalling and communications conduits; an electricity substation for traction power; new ticket booth and shelter structures on station platforms; and extensive earthworks and retaining wall construction to widen a rail corridor for track duplication.
Our most recently completed rail project, construction of five sections of retaining walls as part of Queensland Rail’s Keperra to Ferny Grove line duplication program, was selected as a Category 2 finalist in the 2012 Queensland Civil Contractors Federation Earth Awards. Project scope included the construction of retaining walls, bulk earthworks and access structures over a 1.3 km stretch of the corridor. The works called for a range of construction techniques such as precast concrete crib walls and formed cantilever retaining walls with bored piers, as well as a new concrete access slab causeway. The program was tight and had to be coordinated closely with works by other Queensland Rail contractors along the same corridor. All works were carried out immediately beside the existing live railway line. Despite heaving rail and flooding during construction, the project was completed on time and to an extremely high standard, for a very happy client.

A New Rail Partnership with Pacific Services Group


A new partnership with PSG adds to our capacity to offer specialist civil and electrical engineering construction services for rail infrastructure projects. Our combined capabilities now include: communications solutions, ICT systems, locomotive switchboards and substations, earthworks, rock cutting and embankments, bridges, and complete railway station upgrades including stair and lift installations.
To help spread the word about our exciting new partnership Abergeldie and Pacific Services Group will be exhibiting jointly at AusRail at the Canberra Convention Centre on 27 and 28 November 2012. Visit us at stand #213 for a chat about how our combined capabilities can meet your needs.

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Abergeldie is gearing up again for the 4th year running to set up the V8 Super Car track around Sydney Olympic Park. Each year, Abergeldie installs (and when the race is over, removes) more than 2,500 concrete barriers, 8km of debris fencing and 7 pedestrian bridges for the Sydney Telstra 500 V8 Super Car event in December. It was also Abergeldie that relocated service lines and drains, removed and reprofiled kerbs and median strips, and resurfaced the original streets of Sydney Olympic Park to create the high-spec race track four years ago.