Abergeldie and HEB Team Up
New Zealand-based HEB Construction has joined forces with Abergeldie to pursue marine and tunnelling project opportunities on both sides of the Tasman Sea.
HEB experts in marine engineering and construction are already an important part of the Abergeldie team on the current $29 million project to repair cyclone damage to the Lucinda Bulk Sugar Terminal, north of Townsville in Queensland. The loaders are at the end of a jetting and wharf structure stretching more than 5 km out to sea.
HEB’s marine engineering expertise has been developed over many years on major wharf, harbour and marine developments in New Zealand. They have an extensive inventory of specialist marine equipment, including jack up barges, clam shells and dredging gear. Their recent projects include the $38.5 million replacement and extension of the No.4 wharf at Napier harbour.
In turn, Abergeldie’s expertise and specialist equipment in tunnelling, pipe jacking and shaft sinking fields will support HEB’s tender bids in New Zealand.
For more information about HEB Construction, go to www.heb.co.nz
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.