Major Contract

Western Sydney Airport – Airside Civil and Pavement Works

PROJECT STATUS
Awarded
Western Sydney Airport – Airside Civil and Pavement Works

Airside Civil and Pavement Works package comprises the construction of:

  • a 3,700-metre runway
  • access and exit taxiways and four rapid exit taxiways (RET) pavements
  • parallel taxiway pavements and aircraft isolation pad
  • engine run-up bay
  • aeronautical ground lighting (AGL) for CAT IIIB operations
  • perimeter roads and airside roads,and
  • security fencing, including civil works provisioning for services such as CCTV, lighting, communications and power.

At the stage of procurement commencement, the package did not include terminal apron, apron roads, aviation fuel distribution, rescue and firefighting facilites or navigational aids.


 

Key Dates

Feb 2020 ROIs Open
Sep 2021 Contract Award
Jul 2022 Expected Construction Commencement
Dec 2024 Expected Construction Completion

Procurement

Procuring Agency: Western Sydney Airport
Successful Tenderer: CPB Contractors and ACCIONA joint venture

PROJECT HISTORY

Aug 2018 Western Sydney Airport announced that Main Works Package One would be split in to three sub packages to allow more businesses to be involved in the project. This resulted in Main Works Packages 1A, 1B and 1C. Package 1A and 1B has since been consolidated to a single Bulk Bulk Earthworks Package while 1C is now known as the Airside Civil and Pavement Works package.
Feb 2020 Western Sydney Airport invited Registration of Interest (ROI) for Airside Civil and Pavement Works package, closing on 24 February. Expression of Interest (EOI) process was expected to begin in June, with contract award expected in the third quarter of 2021.
Sep 2021 Western Sydney Airport awarded the design and construct contract for the Airside Civil and Pavement Works package to a CPB Contractors and ACCIONA joint venture. Major construction was expected to begin in 2022.
Sector
Other Transport
Procurement approach
Traditional Procurement |
Location
New South Wales |
Infrastructure Australia status
High Priority Initiative (medium-term, 5-10 years)
Resources
Project website
Western Sydney Airport
Government resources
Procurement information
Media releases
2021/09/17