AKA can trace its origins back to 1989. Its prior operating entities have established strong reputations as competent, professional, innovative and successful operators with a clear vision to form a modern and leading Earthwork leading contractor.
The establishment of AKA has involved bringing together various trading, demolition, excavation and remediation. Added to that have been a number of transportation projects throughout Newcastle and Wollongong.
In February 2009, AKA acquired a transportation project, which represented a significant milestone for AKA and substantially expanded our public footprint and capabilities. The professional approach to the transportation industry and the strong image and corporate branding has driven us to a new to take us forward as a combined business unit.
This vision has helped the group to rapidly expand its operations and to build a significant and unique position in the earthworks and demolition industry. AKA has shown, and continues to show, an innovative approach to earthworks and demolition and recycling from our group of companies into value-added products for industry.
Today, a network with a strong workforce has enabled AKA to recycle and deliver value added products across New South Wales servicing customers in the construction industry , nurseries and various brick works in the Western Suburbs of Sydney
Our unique vertically integrated business model enables us to offer a comprehensive service covering the earthworks, recycling, demolition, processing and reuse; a complete cradle to grave service.
Since its inception, AKA has grown strongly through strategic acquisitions, and we continue to expand our geographical presence on a national scale.
AKA has methodically built and developed its network of recycling and processing operations with strong contract capabilities which provides the group with an outstanding platform to serve its loyal customer base and allows further growth.
Our group is highly committed to the processing and recycling of potentially useful soils and waste materials through resale, which help to reduce the consumption of finite raw materials and energy, and contribute to a better environment through responsible recycling.