Early earthworks

Early earthworks will help lay the foundations for the construction of the airport, and includes:

  • The delivery of earthmoving equipment and establishment of site offices
  • Moving 1.8 million cubic metres of earth within a prescribed area of the site
  • Construction of a new and realigned Badgerys Creek Road
  • A new intersection at Elizabeth Drive, in collaboration with Roads and Maritime Services.

Early earthworks is being carried out by the CPB Contractors and Lend Lease Joint Venture (CPBLL JV) and is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.

Site compound
A site compound, internal fences and accessway are being set up at the northern end of Badgerys Creek Road, next to Elizabeth Drive Badgerys Creek.

To safely access the compound, a temporary roundabout and access points will be constructed on Badgerys Creek Road. Preliminary site investigations are being done along the road to finalise the design for this work.

To keep you and our workers safe we’ll have traffic control, management measures in place while we are working. When we have completed our investigations, we will finalise the design and carry out the work.

Preparation for main earthworks
The early earthworks site is split by Badgerys Creek Road and bordered by Elizabeth Drive and Badgerys Creek. It is being prepared and cleared for work, which includes the following activities:

  • site investigations and remediation,
  • existing service identification
  • removing topsoil and vegetation
  • stockpile management; and
  • improvement work such as creating internal haul roads.

Main earthworks
Main earthworks will begin once the site has been prepared.

Location of early earthworks

Early earthworks work area

Managing work impacts on our neighbours

Work will be dusty, noisy and you may notice an increase in vehicle movements. We will have measures in place to manage and minimise these impacts.

Traffic changes on local roads:

  • To ensure the safety of motorists and workers, there will be some temporary traffic changes in place along Badgerys Creek Road during working hours.
  • This will include temporary speed zones and lane closures which may impact travel times for motorists.
  • If you’re travelling along Badgerys Creek Road we ask that you take the time to observe traffic changes and obey displayed road signage at all times.

Work hours

Working hours are between 6am and 6pm Monday to Friday and from 8am to 1pm on Saturday, if required. No work will be carried out on Sundays or public holidays without prior notice.

If you have any questions, or would like to provide feedback about the works, please contact the early earthworks team:

  • 1800 951 171
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Community Notifications

Early earthworks career opportunities

CPB Lendlease Joint Venture have workforce initiatives for local employment, learning workers and diversity. We encourage workers of diverse background, residents of Western Sydney, learning workers (apprentices and trainees) and to apply to work for us on the Project. If you are interested in working for us please send your CV to WSAenquiries@cpblljv.com.au.

Suppliers and subcontractors

If you are a subcontractor and would like to register your company's interest in working with the joint venture, please submit your expression of interest including capability statement to WSAenquiries@cpblljv.com.au

We recommend you monitor our website to receive up-to-date information on future business opportunities.

Indigenous suppliers and subcontractors

We endorse the use of Indigenous suppliers and subcontractors. The following website ‘Supply Nation’ is an Australian Government endorsed directory of Indigenous business, this is one of the resources we use when selecting potential suppliers and subcontractors.

Supply Nation requires businesses seeking to be included in the Supply Nation directory to undergo rigorous registration and certification processes to confirm Indigenous ownership and participation. https://www.supplynation.org.au/search