Esperance upgrades airport, leisure centre

The Shire of Esperance has launched initiatives to upgrade the airport and recreational centre.

The shire called for expressions of interest – which closed on April 30 – from building companies and contractors to undertake further extensions at the airport terminal valued at $450,000.

The upgrade project will include a new area of about 400 square metres, with a separate departure and arrival lounge and larger baggage handling and claim areas at the terminal.

It will also make provision for three hire car companies, two airline companies and a conference room, along with additional toilets.

The architect is Michael Roberts of Albany.

The council’s principal building surveyor David Pope is supervising work on a $3.5 million facelift for the town’s Recreational Centre. The project, which commenced at the beginning of April, should be completed in time for Christmas.

The upgrade will include an additional family and leisure swimming pool, extra spa and sauna, a coffee lounge, lobby and courtyard. The existing 25 metre heated pool will remain.

The contract is being undertaken by Bunbury company Devaugh and the architect is Donovan Payne.

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