ACOR’s Transport & Aviation Team has successfully delivered numerous redevelopment projects for both Civil and Defence Airports and Ports via a variety of procurement methods including Head Contractor, Managing Contractor and Design and Construct (D&C).

Through our extensive experience and specialist multi-disciplined consultancy services, we understand the importance of stakeholder collaboration and a design and construction which minimises operational impact, and which requires strict adherence to operational and safety protocols.

Some project examples include:


Civil Airports

  • Brisbane Airport-QLD
    • Aerotech Park Industrial Development
    • Virgin Aerobridges Redevelopment
    • Airside Access Road, Carpark and Storage Facility
    • Dangerous Goods Facility
    • QANTAS Defence Services
  • Newcastle Airport NSW
    • Strategic Detailed Services Masterplan
    • Eastern Apron Extension
    • Terminal Apron Pavement Rehabilitation
    • Bronze Carpark
  • Canberra Airport Joint User Fuel Supply Facility ACT
  • Sydney Airport Dangerous Goods Transport Safety Audits NSW
  • Melbourne Airport Dangerous Goods Transport Safety Audits VIC
  • Adelaide Airport Dangerous Goods Transport Safety Audits SA
  • Bankstown Airport QANTAS Defence Services NSW
  • Illawarra Regional Airport, Hangar 1 and Australian Air Force Cadet Facilities Redevelopment NSW
  • Bathurst Airport Australian Air Force Cadet Support Facilities and Hangar NSW
  • Patrick Terminal Berth 10 Autostrad Redevelopment, Port of Brisbane QLD ($90M)
  • Patrick Port Botany Redevelopment NSW
  • Port Kembla Coal Terminal NSW
  • Manildra Oil Berth Terminal Port Kembla NSW
  • Forgas Ship Yard, Port of Brisbane QLD
  • Air Warfare Destroyer and Landing Helicopter Dock (AWD/LHD) Home Port Infrastructure Requirements (Garden Island, HMAS Watson and Randwick Barracks) NSW ($180M)
  • Air Warfare Destroyer (ASC) Port Redevelopment SA ($106M)
  • HMAS Stirling Stage 3A Redevelopment WA
  • HMAS Cairns Redevelopment QLD
  • HMAS Coonawarra Fuel Storage Project Darwin NT