Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure’s CEO, Mick Boyle has joined the Sustainable Business Australia (SBA) Board, effective from October 16, 2012. SBA is a non-partisan peak body and business think-tank whose role is to support sustainable businesses and champion an enterprise model that brings mutually beneficial value to the business, the citizen, the environment and economy.
“Today we announce an exciting partnership that demonstrates our commitment to continual sustainability improvement. I am confident that collaborating with SBA will lead to rapid and meaningful progress toward our sustainability goals,” said Mick Boyle.
“We are delighted to have Abergeldie as SBA members and we look forward to Mick bringing the same forward ideas and projects that his company is renowned for over the coming year to help SBA fulfill its strategy,” said Rob Purves, Chairman of SBA.
Andrew Petersen, CEO of SBA, said: “I am delighted to welcome Abergeldie. We will be able to learn from their innovation at the same time as helping them move forward with their activities. I am looking forward to working with Abergeldie.”
Abergeldie is committed to designing, planning, carrying out and monitoring operations that support the principles of ecologically sustainable development.
Abergeldie also contributes to the development of sustainable communities by partnering with charitable organisations and supporting local business, through which Abergeldie aims to strengthen and diversify the regional economies in which it operates.
Since 1994, Abergeldie has been delivering water, wastewater and process engineering, rail, marine and civil infrastructure, as well as tunnelling and shaft drilling services through offices in Townsville, Brisbane, Newcastle, Sydney and Canberra. Award-winning major projects in the areas of environmental management have included wharfs, dams, water treatment, water recycling and wastewater treatment plants, rail and road bridges and mine ventilation shafts.
Abergeldie is a civil engineering contractor with over 25 years’ experience providing services in the utilities, energy and infrastructure sectors: the complex infrastructure needed to build better communities.