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Major works underway at Western Sydney Airport

Major earthworks have begun at Western Sydney Airport, with about 25 million cubic metres of earth to be moved to make way for the construction of the airport’s terminal, runway and ground access.

More than 200 scrapers, excavators, graders, dump trucks and dozers will be used to complete the task, which will see enough earth moved to fill about 10,000 Olympic swimming pools.

Major earthworks will be completed for 67 per cent of the site to create the footprint for the first stage of the airport.


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