With such longevity working with Australia Pacific Airports Melbourne (APAM) a relationship has formed, based on a mutual approach to ensuring optimal outcomes for each and every project and the stakeholders involved.
Melbourne Airport airside and landslide projects are challenging because they have to be undertaken within an operationally critical environment and in the public eye.
Melbourne Airport Business Park has around 220 hectares of land zoned for industrial and business use, offering world-class property and investment opportunities.
An infrastructure master plan identifying key network infrastructure to service the rapidly growing Business Park.
The Western Apron Development involved the construction of new concrete pavements, standoff bays,
Our delivery team spent in excess of 1,000 hours to make it happen, and our collaboration with Melbourne Airport and Negri Contractors was critical to the project’s success.
Melbourne Airport is the major gateway to Victoria and southeast Australia for airline passengers and air freight. Continually planning expansions and upgrades to accommodate passengers and air freight, Melbourne Airport Corporation in 2016 embarked on a Runway Development Program.
With such diverse and extensive experience at Melbourne Airport, Aurecon looked into how the Runway Development Plan met the expected increase in travel to and from Melbourne by expanding its runway system to allow for more flights, and reduce waiting times for planes to depart and land. Review comments provided were in relation to airfield planning, geometry and grading, pavements, airfield ground lighting, navigational aids, civil structures, including tunnels,
Melbourne Airport is adding facilities to Terminal 3, and Aurecon is playing a part in its transformation.
The first stage is the development of the Foxtrot Apron, to cater to the extension of Pier F. The rejuvenated pier will house boarding gates and passenger lounges for Virgin Australia. Apron-level facility and infrastructure improvements, newly fixed