Seymour Whyte to build bridge at Melbourne Airport

The 18-span bridge will separate public and commercial vehicle traffic (Courtesy of Vinci)
Vinci Construction’s Australian subsidiary Seymour Whyte has won a €96m contract to improve road access to Melbourne Airport.

The contractor will upgrade the airport’s forecourt and build a 550m bridge with 18 spans to separate public and commercial vehicle traffic.

Vinci said it will make a smoother connection between the Tullamarine Freeway and airport terminals, and improve pedestrian safety.

All the excavated fill from the job will be reused.

Work is scheduled for completion in 2026.

The project is a continuation of the first phase of the works carried out by Seymour Whyte in 2023.

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