Melbourne Airport Hotel
Client: Australia Pacific Airports Melbourne (APAM)
Architect: Fender Katsalidis
Completion date: Undisclosed
Built is delivering the new Melbourne Airport Hotel, a 464- room hotel in the airport’s new Hive precinct. The mixed-use development will be located in close proximity to Terminal 4 and includes facilities such as wellness centres, cafes, recreational and business amenities.
Prior to the main works, Built was engaged in an intensive eight-week ECI where the prospective hotel operations requirements were thoroughly audited. Design guidelines were employed to establish and prioritise a realistic value management list to achieve budget without compromise to scope.
The successful ECI period led to the current D&C project, where Built has completed demolition and excavation in order to construct a new 10-storey hotel. The scope comprises elaborate food and beverage facilities, a conference centre, pool, gym and bar.
Works are due for completion in 2021 and will add to Built’s hotel and hospitality portfolio.
Advanced virtual design and construction technology, with the ability to identify issues early has been deployed, creating efficiencies in the construction of the project.