Multiplex has been appointed to deliver the main airport terminal, apron and airport facilities for the Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport.
It will design and construct all works within the terminal precinct including the terminal building, plaza, connections to the Metro rail station, bus station, taxi ranks and car parks, roads footpaths and external ancillary buildings and services.
The project team includes architects Woods Bagot, engineering company Arup and specialist aviation consultants, Airbiz.
Multiplex Regional Managing Director NSW David Ghannoum said the company is thrilled to be appointed to the project.
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“The airport will be at the centre of the Western Sydney Aerotropolis that will generate economic activity and local employment for the Western Sydney region, as well as meet Sydney’s growing aviation needs,” Ghannoum said.
“We will be engaging local suppliers across a range of trades, and working closely with them to minimise risk and ensure the highest level of safety on site.”
The Western Sydney International Airport will be developed in stages as demand grows, and a second runway is projected to be required around the 2050s. In the 2060s, the airport is expected to accommodate approximately 82 million passengers annually and become one of the largest gateways to Australia.
Western Sydney International Airport is scheduled to open in late 2026.