Recycled and Potable water infrastructure
Abergeldie offers a full package of process and civil infrastructure services to the recycled and potable water industry.
Our experience spans nearly 25 years, and includes design, construction, installation and commissioning of a membrane biofilter water treatment and recycling system to replace the potable water supply at the North Head treatment plant in Sydney. At the time of its installation, it was the largest and most advanced membrane biofilter system in Australia. Abergeldie has built on that early experience and is now applying its expertise to the design, construction, installation and commissioning of a membrane biofilter system to recycle process water at a power station in regional NSW, eliminating the need to draw on local potable water supply.
Abergeldie’s engineers can deliver large and small-scale projects, brownfield or greenfield, in all areas of recycled and potable water supply and management. We have successfully completed projects for private and municipal clients to meet their needs for new construction and refurbishment of potable water dams, reservoirs, pipelines, pumping stations and treatment plants. The outstanding quality of project delivery on the more complex of those projects has been recognised by numerous awards from professional industry bodies such as the Civil Contractors Federation and Engineers Australia.
For all of your water resources engineering needs, our team of expert water engineers can update, design, construct, test and commission all types of recycled water installations. We offer a complete package of associated design, construction, installation and commissioning services including electrical work, control systems, building and civil construction, earthworks, road and bridgeworks.