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Brierty managing director Peter McBain. Picture: Sharon Smith/The West Australian.
Brierty managing director Peter McBain. Picture: Sharon Smith/The West Australian.

Brierty has won a $17 million infrastructure contract to build the new Airport Drive and associated infrastructure at Perth Airport.

Works will include clearing, earthworks, drainage, road pavements, service protection and relocations, lighting and road furniture.

Brierty will begin work on the project in July, with completion expected early next year.

Airport Drive is a new 1.6km road that will provide direct access from the Tonkin Highway and Leach Highway interchange to terminals one and two, via Horrie Miller Drive.

Brierty managing director Peter McBain said it was the company's 19th project at Perth Airport and demonstrated the quality of work by the company delivered for clients in critical operating environments.

Previous works completed by Brierty at Perth Airport have included major road intersections, internal link roads, expansion works and car parks.

Brierty said the new contract lifted its order book to $570 million, with $250 million relating to the 2015 financial year.

Brierty shares were steady at 40 cents at the close.

The West Australian

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