Global construction company Multiplex has succeeded in its bid to deliver the passenger terminal for the $5.3 billion Western Sydney International (Nancy Bird Walton) Airport.
Deal: Multiplex has signed on to design and construct the terminal building and provision of other speciality services for the new Western Sydney International (Nancy Bird Walton) Airport. The terminal building is the “centrepiece of the Airport”, Ashurst said, and is being built to accommodate 10 million passengers when it opens at the end of 2026.
Value: $5.3 billion.
Key players: The Ashurst team was led by partner Krista Payne, who was assisted by partner Julie Ma, senior associates Tamsyn Zulch, Caitlyn Read, lawyers Cameron Griffiths, Daniel Oey, Ben Shilson-Josling, Emily Mo and trainee Rick Saha.
The Allens team was led by partner David Donnelly.
Deal significance: Ms Payne said she was thrilled to have led the Ashurst team on this matter.
“The signing of this deal is an incredible milestone in the development of the airport, with the Terminal building being the focus of the customer experience,” she proclaimed.
“We are very grateful to have been involved in this landmark procurement. Congratulations to the WSA and Multiplex teams!”
Mr Donnelly added that the procurement process was robust considering the number of interfaces and technical requirements involved.
“We congratulate the Western Sydney Airport team on their progress to date, and are thrilled to support the development of this critical infrastructure for Western Sydney,” he said.