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Aviation

Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Sepang, Malaysia

WT Partnership was appointed to provide full Cost Planning and Management Services for the main passenger terminal complex at Kuala Lumpur’s International Airport.

Hong Kong International Airport, Terminal 1, Hong Kong

WT Partnership was the appointed Quantity Surveyors in the Mott Consortium responsible for the design and tender documentation of the new Hong Kong International Airport Main Terminal Building on behalf of the Provisional Airport Authority (PAA).

Australia Pacific Airports (Melbourne) Asset Management, VIC

Since opening in 1970, Melbourne Airport has undergone extensive expansion works and significant capital expenditure. Airport Management accordingly engaged WT’s expertise in condition auditing to provide a better understanding of the quality and condition of the Airport’s assets.

HIASC Airport Expansion, Doha, Qatar

The Hamad International Airport Expansion in Doha, Qatar responds to a significant increase in passenger numbers. WT is providing high level Cost Plans for Scheme 1: Early Capacity - Existing Terminal Expansion and Scheme 2: Long Term Development – Western Campus.

Western Sydney Airport, NSW

In April 2014, the Australian Government confirmed Badgerys Creek as the site for a Western Sydney Airport (WSA). In August 2014, the Government formally issued a Notice to Consult to Southern Cross Airports Corporations (SCAC) as contemplated under the Right of First Refusal (ROFR) process laid out in the lease for Kingsford Smith Airport (KSA). This effectively triggered the commencement of consultations and detailed planning for WSA, the first major Greenfield airport development in decades.