Grey Taylor will commence in mid-September 2015. The founder and current CEO of Abergeldie, Mick Boyle, will then move into an Executive Chairman role and focus on strategy, business acquisitions, joint venture relationships and international opportunities.
“I am turning my focus to some major growth opportunities for the company,” said Mick Boyle. “The appointment of Greg Taylor as CEO will allow me to pursue those opportunities whilst ensuring the Abergeldie management team gets the support it requires to continue to provide the complex infrastructure this country needs.”
Greg Taylor has over 25 years’ experience in leading and delivering some of the most challenging, demanding and complex infrastructure projects around Australia and Asia, including tunnels, pipelines, stadiums, complex gas systems, materials handling, waste to energy plants, water/wastewater treatment plants, waste treatment, recycled water and desalination.
“I look forward to working with Mick Boyle and leading his highly respected team through the next growth chapter for Abergeldie Complex infrastructure” said Greg Taylor.
The appointment of Greg Taylor is the outcome of a six month recruitment process to find the right person to take Abergeldie’s already successful management to new levels of achievement as the company continues to expand.
“Greg Taylor has a relationship contracting style and a personality that will fit well with the culture of Abergeldie: what we like to call The Abergeldie Way,” said Mick Boyle. “He has an outstanding reputation, especially in the water and tunnelling industries, and I am looking forward to working with him at Abergeldie.”
CEO, Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure
Bachelor of Civil Engineering Australian Institute of Engineers Diploma Australian Institute of Company Directors
Greg Taylor has recently been appointed to the role of CEO of Abergeldie Complex Infrastructure.
Greg has over 25 years’ experience in leading and delivering some of the most challenging, demanding and complex infrastructure projects around Australia and Asia; including tunnels, pipelines, stadiums, complex gas systems, materials handling, waste to energy plants, water/wastewater treatment plants, waste treatment, recycled water and desalination.
Greg has over 12 years’ experience as a business leader in the position of Business Unit General Manager with P&L responsibilities working across John Holland, one of Australia's largest construction/engineering contractors. Most recently, Greg’s role involved securing and delivering tunneling, water, marine, resources and power projects across Australia, Asia, New Zealand and the Middle East. Greg commenced his career with Transfield in tunneling operations for the Sydney Harbour Tunnel and has been involved in project management and project leadership positions on a number of iconic projects such as the Sydney Olympic Stadium/venues, desalination plants in Qld and NSW, blast furnace construction for BHP and the world’s largest waste sludge incineration facility in Hong Kong. His credentials in the successful management of complex engineering projects and EPC delivery are exceptional. Greg initiated the John Holland Water and Environment business unit, which grew from turning over $50M in 2002 to delivering over $800M of infrastructure per year. The unit delivered the most reliable and highest returns within John Holland. Greg is a respected advocate of relationship contracting delivery across Australia. He has been involved in more than a dozen alliance project boards, including the Priority Sewerage Program, Brisbane Water Enviro Alliance Program and Sunset Coast Alliance. Greg’s experience in managing multi-faceted relationships on these complex projects has given him invaluable insights into utility/authority operations and stakeholder management in delivering invasive and complex public infrastructure.