Abergeldie has acquired DKM Utility Services to offer end-to-end rehabilitation and replacement services

Abergeldie has acquired DKM, augmenting our position as a leading provider of rehabilitation services in Australia. As one company, we will provide clients with end-to-end rehabilitation and replacement services across water, wastewater, and stormwater utility assets.

Going forward, Abergeldie will offer a comprehensive range of services capabilities and technologies to utility clients including installation and removal of water main infrastructure, pipe cracking, removal and disposal of asbestos pipes, directional drilling, lift and relay, Ex PVC Fold and Form pipe lining, spiral wound pipe lining, structural patches, dead-end lining, junction sealing, GRP pipe jacking, cured in place manhole, manhole and pit rehabilitation and hydro excavations.

Abergeldie CEO, Mark Bruzzone said “ It is s an exciting time for Abergeldie. The acquisition brings together two highly complementary business as one company, strengthening our water business in Victoria, accelerating growth and provide clients with greater value through expanded capability and service capacity.”

Abergeldie DKM General Manager Ray Bugeja said “The acquisition provides exciting opportunities for our clients and our people. It will allow us to continue serving our clients and expand our service capacity. For our people, it offers great opportunities for the growth and progression of our people”.

Abergeldie already has a strong presence in Victoria, servicing Melbourne Water’s Major Capital Delivery program for design, construction, and rehabilitation services through a joint venture partnership with Downer and Stantec. Abergeldie is also working with Yarra Valley Water to ensure the reliability of wastewater in Melbourne through the ongoing Sewer Mains Renewal Program and will continue to service the clients of DKM.

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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.

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