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Perth Airport International Gates 52-54 transformed

Architectus, along with Perkins Builders are delighted to celebrate the completion of upgrades to three T1 international gates at Perth Airport.

Completed in 2021, the upgrades were designed to enhance the passenger boarding experience and included the replacement of stairs and single head aerobridges with news ramps and lifts. The original international terminal completed in 1986 required departing passengers to descend from the second-floor departure concourse, down several flights of stairs to reach the aircraft link bridge level. 

Architectus Principal, Mark Mitcheson-Low said “Architectus has worked across all major Australian airports, including Western Sydney Airport’s rail feasibility and projects at Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane airports. We are pleased to contribute our expertise, along with Perkins Builders, Stantec and Perth Airport Pty Ltd to enhance and improve facilities at Perth Airport.” 

Watch the transformation in the video below.  


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