Airport Central Station
With the roof in place, major structural works are starting to wind up and building finishes are taking centre stage at Airport Central Station.
Sections of the building's exterior are being dressed with shiny glazing, while the atrium ceiling is being fitted out with timber-look veneer.
Below ground, at concourse level, crews are attaching aluminium cladding to the walls of the atrium. Fit-out of the 35m-long and 15m-high triple-system escalator is also underway.
At platform level crews are mounting the final ceiling panels, which resemble the shape on an aircraft body.
Other activities across all levels include cable pulling, installation of permanent and emergency lights, painting of walls and epoxy painting of floors.
Construction of the Skybridge between the airport terminals and the station reached practical completion in early 2020. Once operational, the elevated walkway will provide undercover access to Airport Central Station. From this point, passengers will be able to travel by escalator or lift down to the concourse level.
Within the station forecourt permanent civil works are in full swing. Making the most of the intermittent sunny weather, the construction site footprint is slowly shrinking, as work areas are turned back into car parking bays and roads.
Also underway is the installation of cladding around the above-ground ventilation fans. Six fans have been installed at the western and eastern sides of the station building above the tunnels. Capable of pushing 70 cubic metres of air per second into either direction they will assist with tunnel pressurisation and, in the case of a fire, smoke extraction.