Enablement Works at Badgerys Creek Road and Aerotropolis

Transport for NSW
2021 - 2023

road link to new aerotropolis metro station


upgrades to existing roads


stages of works delivered


roundabout installed

Abergeldie was selected by TfNSW to deliver the enablement works at Badgerys Creek Road Area and Aerotropolis. The package of works included two projects under a unified GC21 contract: the Badgerys Creek Road Area, including the upgrade of Pitt Street, Longleys Road, the construction of Link Road, and the addition of the fourth leg to the Elizabeth Drive roundabout, alongside the Aerotropolis Access Road and Derwent Road Access Upgrade. These packages of work enable future works for key Sydney Metro infrastructure. 

Scope of works

The scope of work included:

  • Construction of a new roundabout and civil works on Elizabeth Drive.
  • Upgrade of Pitt Street and Longleys Road.
  • Bulk earthworks.
  • Vegetation clearing.
  • Installation of asphalt and concrete pavements.
  • New stormwater drainage.
  • Adjustment and connection of utilities.

Strategic coordination drive project success

The successful delivery of the enablement works at Badgerys Creek relied on the collaborative efforts of the project team, engaging with our client, TfNSW, Sydney Metro, concurrent contractors, and utility owners. Regular meetings were held to ensure inter-project objectives were met and key milestones achieved. 

Site possessions to deliver the road links and new airport facilities were carefully planned and delivered in coordination with Sydney Metro and Western Sydney Airport contractors. Our self-perform capability enabled us to undertake earthworks and coordinate spoil removal with concurrent projects in the area for Sydney Metro, enhancing efficiencies and reducing costs for our client.


Futureproofing Greater Western Sydney

The works at Badgerys Creek Road and Aerotropolis are key projects that support Sydney Metro infrastructure projects, including the Western Sydney Airport which will support future employment and population growth while improving connections across Greater Western Sydney.