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Western Sydney International Airport | DCWC Project Update

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Managing Director, Infrastructure

With early earthworks nearing completion and major earthworks underway at Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport at Badgerys Creek, DCWC Infrastructure is thrilled to be involved in the $5.3 billion investment by providing Cost Option Assessments, CAPEX and OPEX Cost Estimates and Bills of Quantities under the Master Engineering Design Services.  

These services are being carried out in close collaboration with GHD Pty Ltd.  The Master Engineering Design Services relate to the Sitewide Elements which covers all assets of the airport except for the terminal precinct and bulk earthworks.

Western Sydney Airport is due for completion in 2026.
WSA
Photo courtesy of Western Sydney Airport

“DCWC have been working proactively in ensuring that CAPEX and OPEX estimates are prepared for various options assessments. They are currently preparing the template bill of quantities for GHD’s Master Engineer Design Services scope of works.”
– Anthony Penn (GHD)

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