Second phase to be headed by ex-HOK man Richard Spencer
Woods Bagot has won the second phase of a $600 million scheme to expand Perth Airport’s international terminal.
The project in western Australia is being driven by a mining boom in the region and this latest phase of work will involve building a new pier and consolidating domestic and international traffic into a single terminal. The first phase involves extending the terminal arrival facilities.
The news comes as the firm appoints former HOK principal Richard Spencer as the firm’s design director of aviation. He left HOK last March and has spent the time since working at London-based practice Machina Loci.
Spencer will be in charge of the second phase of work at the airport. His previous experience includes working on the T5 expansion at Heathrow Airport where he worked alongside his new boss at Woods Bagot, James Berry who led BAA’s design at the time.
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