Early works commence on stage 1 of the Dingley Recycled Water Scheme by the new ABK Joint Venture comprised of Abergeldie, BMD and KBR

ABK, a new strategic joint venture comprising experienced infrastructure contractors Abergeldie and BMD, along with engineering firm KBR has commenced the early works on stage 1 of the Dingley Recycled Water Scheme, the 12-kilometre transfer main.

The $72 million Dingley Recycled Water Scheme is a 42-kilometer pipeline that will unlock 1.8 gigalitres per annum of recycled water across Bayside, Kingston, Greater Dandenong and Monash Local Government Areas and is co-funded by the Victorian Government, South East Water and customers of the scheme.

Earlier this year, South East Water announced the ABK JV was selected as one of two industry partners to deliver major infrastructure upgrades under their Integrated Planning and Delivery model to ensure quality and reliable water, sewerage, and recycled water services across the region.

ABK Program Director Daniel Turcinovich said “We are thrilled to be collaborating with South East Water under the Integrated planning and delivery (IPD) model. Our team is excited to be kicking off these early works and is looking forward to providing forward-thinking water solutions that ensure healthy water for life, safely and sustainably.”

Image Credit: South East Water

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