Naarm Way, Melbourne

Naarm Way Stage 2 works at Melbourne Airport underway

Seymour Whyte has been awarded a contract by repeat client Australia Pacific Airports (Melbourne) Pty Ltd (APAM) for Melbourne Airport’s Naarm Way Stage 2, marking a significant continuation of our partnership.

Naarm Way Stage 2 will provide a direct connection from the Tullamarine Freeway to new dedicated pick-up and drop-off zones in the T123 car park, reducing traffic congestion and enhancing safety.

The project’s design focuses on separating public traffic, pedestrians, and commercial transport operators through an elevated road network. This initiative streamlines traffic flow from the Tullamarine Freeway to all airport terminals, facilitating a smoother and more accessible journey for all airport users.

Seymour Whyte Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer John Kirkwood, said, “We are thrilled to continue our work with our client, APAM, on this transformative project at Melbourne Airport.”

“Our team is committed to delivering a sophisticated infrastructure solution that will redefine the travel experience for millions of passengers.”

“This contract win is a testament to the trust and confidence Melbourne Airport has in our capabilities, and we are excited to contribute further to the airport’s long-term vision and success.”

Construction has started, with completion in 2026 aimed to significantly improve operational efficiency and passenger satisfaction.

Seymour Whyte completed Melbourne Airport’s Naarm Way Stage 1 works connecting the Tullamarine Freeway directly to Terminal 4 in July 2023.