Western Sydney Airport Airside Works

New South Wales
Contract type
Design and construct
Western Sydney Airport
  • Design and construction
  • Infrastructure
2021 to 2024

CPB Contractors, in joint venture, has been selected to deliver the Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport’s airside civil and pavement works. 

This is the third project awarded by Western Sydney Airport to the joint venture, following the earlier award of two earthworks packages.

The scope of works includes airside services and utilities, including aircraft pavements (runway and taxiways), aircraft isolation pad, airside roads, landscaping and aeronautical ground lighting system (including associated sub-station buildings) and other specialist systems. 

CPB Contractors will leverage its experience in delivering major projects in Western Sydney to maximise training and jobs for local people and economic opportunities for local suppliers.

Construction will take two years. Western Sydney International Airport is due to open in late 2026.

Register your interest in these upcoming procurement packages

Below are all of CPB Contractors’ upcoming procurement packages with a value of $1 million or more which subcontractors and suppliers can register their interest in. All procurement timeframes are listed below to ensure that all registrants have equal bidding time frame.

 Package No. Package Description   Planned RFQ release date
 M001 Electrical cable supply HV,LV & Comms (FOCB & Copper)  15-May-22
 M003   Concrete Supply  05-May-22
 M005   Geotextile and Subsoil Supply  11-Jul-22
 M013   Turbiclear and Turbifloc Supply  05-Sep-22
 M016   Fuel Supply  09-May-22
 M021   Admixture supply for onsite concrete batching  11-Jul-22
 P005   Plant Hire - Compaction Equipment  18-May-22
 P007   Plant Hire - Ancillary Equipment Hire  18-May-22
 P009   Plant Hire - Watercart potable water  15-Aug-22
 P012   Haul & Cart Concrete for paving work  21-Jul-22
 P010   Pugmill Hire  01-May22
 S004   Road Signs Supply and Install Security Signs installation  26-Aug-22
 S007   Asphalt and Spray seal Supply and Install  21-May-22
 S011   Fencing Work  11-Dec-22
 S012   Site Security Services  08-Nov-22
 S016   Line marking and removal  13-Mar-22
 S020   Saw cutting and Sealing works  05-Sep-22
 S037   Cleaning Services  21-Jul-22
 S039   Guardrail Supply and Install  24-Sep-22
 S042   Kerb and Gutter work  08-Feb-23
 S045   CCTV Supply and Installation  04-Feb-23
 S046   Street Lighting Works (Non Aviation Lighting)  21-Oct-22
 S049   Comms conduits cabling supply & installation   13-May-22
 S050   LV Conduits cabling supply and install   06-Jun-22
 S053   FRP Batch Plant  02-Jun-22
For more details on these opportunities, please contact: 
 Anish Dave
 Procurement Manager
To register for any of these opportunities, please submit the below pre-qualification questionnaire with the EOI to wsaacpsupply@cpbaccjv.com.au- along with your capability statement and insurances.

Click here to download the pre-qualification questionnaire.

Scope of work For the Airside Civil and Pavement Works Package

(a) Airfield pavements including the 05L/23R runway, associated taxiways, aircraft isolation and engine run up pads

(b) Airfield roads including airside perimeter road, facilities access roads and landside roads in the north west and south west areas of the Airport site

(c) Airfield drainage connecting to the trunk drainage system completed by the Bulk Earthworks Contractor (BEC)

(d) Airfield facilities including airfield lighting equipment room (ALER) buildings and security restricted area facilities

(e) Airfield services including sitewide high voltage (HV) power, sitewide fibre optic cable backbone and hydraulic services to ARFF and aviation fuel farm sites

(f) Airfield systems including aeronautical ground lighting, navigational aids and airfield security (including security cameras, lighting and fencing)

(g) Airfield infrastructure including services corridor trenching, ducts, conduits and pits within the site

(h) Airfield landscaping including placement of final level topsoil across airfield.

Compliance with Australian Industry Participation Plan

In accordance with the requirements of the Australian Industry Participation Plan (AIPP), packages will be released to potential suppliers in an open, fair and transparent manner.

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