Structural Remediation, Restoration, Repair & Rehabilitation
Over the past twenty five years, Abergeldie has been regularly called upon to provide important rehabilitation and remedial works due to Australia’s
ageing infrastructure. Councils, local government, and corporations must relentlessly struggle to balance budgetary constraints against the pressing
need for ongoing capital investment. This struggle can be significantly aided by the rehabilitation or restoration of existing infrastructure.
Abergeldie’s Strategic Business Unit is dedicated to restoring and increasing the longevity of ageing infrastructures on a national and international level.
Our experience in delivering new complex infrastructure with a focus on quality means we possess the fundamental knowledge as to what clients require
from their infrastructure. This knowledge, along with dedication to research and development with university institutions allows Abergeldie to find solutions
to decelerate or halt many of the chemical or environmental ageing processes that affect older or erroneously engineered new constructions.
Abergeldie engineers can be relied on to consistently complete all projects on time and within budget. We have regularly been engaged as a Head Contractor
to undertake small-scaled projects such as brickwork on older bridges, pipe renewal, and pipe lining for wastewater and drainage, as well as large-scale projects
which include comprehensive dam, creek and channel remediation work together with all roadworks, rock protection, and landscaping. Through this experience,
Abergeldie has gained a vast understanding of landscapes which need extreme care including Indigenous, heritage conditions and sensitive bio-environments.
Abergeldie is also able to pay an important advisory role in your remediation project; we are very proud of our accomplishments and familiarity with all
aspects of infrastructure remediation, cutting-edge technologies and sustainable civil engineering solutions and materials. We have provided valuable
consultation to many infrastructure owners in the Mining, Water, Power and Rail sectors.