The airport terminal project involves a $9.42 million expansion of the existing terminal, and will include a new café and retail area, a new baggage carousel and more passenger seating.
The project is largely funded under the NSW Government’s Restart NSW Regional Tourism Infrastructure Fund, with $6.55 million contributed to the terminal upgrade and the remainder from the Federal Government and Council.
For more information see the Armidale Regional Airport Master Plan (PDF 2.4MB)
As of 15 September 2017, the following works have been completed in the stage 2 Terminal building upgrade:
- All concrete slabs, structural steel, portal frame erection and blockwork is complete;
- Rendering of external blockwork complete;
- Mechanical and electrical service rough in complete;
- Bathroom and toilet facilities fit-off and tiling complete; and
- Roof sheeting and fitting of roof skylights complete.
Other works programed in the next week include:
- Commencement of external civil works;
- Finalise electrical rough-in;
- Placement of internal linings and sheeting and painting;
- Construction of external path paving; and
- Placement of windows
Stage 2 works are progressing well and the program of works on target with completion on 11 November 2017 and estimated opening for airport operations on Sunday 12 November 2017.
The official opening will be on Monday 11 December 2017.
See a map here (PDF 542.7KB)
Published on 23 Jan 2017