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Terminal and Specialty Services

Terminal and Specialty Services


The contract for the construction of Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport terminal and speciality services was awarded to Multiplex Construction Pty Ltd (MPX) in June 2021.

Multiplex will deliver the main airport terminal, apron and airport facilities to accommodate up to 10 million passengers per year. 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, car parks, roads, footpaths and external ancillary buildings and services.

Set to open in late 2026, the Western Sydney International Airport will be a full-service airport catering for domestic and international passengers as well as air cargo services and be a driver jobs and economic growth for the region.

Western Sydney Airport and its contractors are committed to keeping the community and other stakeholders informed about the terminal construction project and its progress. We welcome your feedback on this project and other aspects of airport construction and airport operations using the contact details at the bottom of the page.


What's happening?


September 2023 - November 2023


Over the past three months, the project team has:

  • Continued the installation of structural steel for the main terminal roof. To date, approximately 740 tonnes (45%) of steel has been installed.
  • Completed structural steel installation on the western pier roof and commenced installation of the roof sheeting.
  • Commenced structural steel installation on the central pier roof. 
  • Continued pouring concrete on the apron (this is the ground where the planes will park up). To date, approx. 16,000 cubic metres (29%) of the apron pavement concrete has been poured.
  • Significantly progressed installation of the baggage handling system in the basement.
  • Completed structural steel in 4 out of 7 fixed-link bridges (FLBs). The FLBs facilitate passenger boarding and/or deboarding.

Over the next three months, construction activities will include:

  • Completing the eastern pier concrete structure.
  • Continuing to pour concrete on the apron.
  • Commencing installation of the roof steel on the eastern pier.
  • Commencing installation of the roof sheeting on the main terminal.
  • Continuing structural steel installation for the remaining 3 FLBs.
  • Commencing installation of the glass facade on the central pier. This feature will enable passengers to look out onto the airfield whilst at their boarding gate.


Airport Construction Update - September 2023

Airport Construction Update - July 2023

Fuel Farm Concrete Works Notification - June 2023

Airport Construction Update - March 2023

Airport Construction Update - December 2022

Fuel Farm Start of Works Notification - October 2022

Airport Construction Update - October 2022

Airport Construction Update - July 2022

Airport Construction Update - March 2022


Construction work hours

Standard work hours:

  • Monday to Friday: 7am - 6pm
  • Saturday: 8am - 1pm


Out of hours (OOH) work: We will consult and notify impacted residents prior to working outside of standard construction hours.


Contact details  

If you have any questions, or would like to provide feedback about the works, please contact the Community Engagement team: 

  • 1800 972 972  

For any procurement enquiries, please visit Multiplex: