Excavated sandstone from Sydney Metro tunnels will be reused to build the new Western Sydney International Airport, as both infrastructure projects begin to take shape.
The construction of Western Sydney International Airport has reached a major milestone, having moved one million cubic metres of earth on site.
Western Sydney Airport has awarded the contract to plan a business park on a dedicated 191-hectare parcel of airport real estate.
Western Sydney Airport has shortlisted three organisations for the works and has also appointed an engineering design firm as the airport planning contractor.
WSA Co is inviting registrations of interest to finalise the design and build the new Western Sydney Airport visitor centre, which will include a construction viewing area and interactive exhibition.