Abergeldie Leadership Team
Abergeldie leadership team comprises of industry leaders from infrastructure, utilities and energy sectors.
Chief Executive Officer
Mark has over 20 years’ experience in design, construction, facilities management and operations across the infrastructure, transportation, water, energy and natural resources sectors in Australia and New Zealand. Mark is a leader who focuses on people development and growth and has a breadth of experience as an executive leading teams towards success.
Mick founded Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure in 1994. Mick has a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from Sydney University. He began his civil engineering career in 1982, initially with major contractors Dillighams, White Industries, Thiess and Costain, working on mining, marine and large infrastructure projects in Australia and, for several years, in England and Scotland. His roles included field engineer, site engineer, project engineer, and project manager. His outstanding skills in financial management, innovative engineering construction, team recruiting and team-building allowed him to start Abergeldie and build it into the success it is today.
With a background in social work and community development, Robin co-founded Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure 1994. She has held numerous positions within the company in particular guiding the culture of community and social responsibility. Through liaising with partners such as St Vincent de Paul, Beyond Blue, WaterAid and Oxfam she has fostered an understanding of the need to work sustainably within the communities in which we operate and support those in greater need. The introduction of responsible waste management systems, energy-saving procedures and providing community involvement opportunities for staff, in addition to consistent monetary support to our community partners has resulted in Abergeldie becoming a leader in Corporate Social Responsibility.
Chief Financial Officer
Mark is a Chartered Accountant with 30 years' experience in corporate administration, financial and commercial management, accounting, audit and taxation.
Prior to joining Abergeldie in mid-2012, Mark was CFO of Total Communications Infrastructure (TCI) for 14 years, guiding the business through a substantial growth period, from small private entity through to IPO in 2004. Following a period as Director of the ASX listed TCI, Mark managed the company through its merger with the Service Stream group in 2007, its integration into the group and continued growth thereafter.
Chief Operating Officer
James joined Abergeldie as a Project Engineer in 1999, bringing a strong background in project planning, document control and contract management on major projects for Tier One contractors. His project management abilities were soon applied to a very broad range of Abergeldie projects, including mining infrastructure, roadworks, pumping stations, bridgeworks, wastewater treatment plants, marine works, rail infrastructure and general civil construction. His unusually acute understanding of the broader implications of individual construction management decisions quickly marked him for advancement to more senior roles, including oversight of construction management on Queensland, ACT and southern NSW projects.
Executive General Manager
Stephen joined Abergeldie in February 2020 in the position of Executive General Manager. Stephen brings over 20 years’ experience in the water sector with a wealth of knowledge managing multi-discipline project management and construction teams. Stephen oversees the operations of the Rehabilitation, Water, our joint ventures with Melbourne Water (SFPJV), Sydney Water (B2GJV) and our Regional Water Program Delivery business teams.
Executive General Manager
Matthew Boyle brings a lifetime of practical and executive leadership experience to the team. His ability to form close working relationships with clients at the highest level enables Matt to adopt new and exciting processes for this contracting sector. With exposure to projects of a massive scale which include construction in the tunnelling, energy rail and most importantly the water sector, under Matt’s leadership Abergeldie Watertech has secured many large contracts and delivered countless successful contracts for authorities nationally.
After a three-year association with Abergeldie in a consulting capacity, Ian joined the Board of Abergeldie Holdings Pty Ltd as a non-executive director in August 2009.
He brings to his role broad experience and highly developed skills in business strategy, planning, corporate finance, leadership development, mergers and acquisitions.
Ian has helped Abergeldie’s Board to set clearly defined objectives for the management team, enabling the company to create value by ensuring business strategy has a sharp financial focus, balanced with the needs of all stakeholders.