A central hub to over 400,000 flights a year, Toronto Pearson International Airport stands to be Canada’s largest airport. Recipient of the ‘Best Airport 2006’ award, the 4 million-sq. ft. New Terminal Development reflects a high degree of flexibility designed into the systems ensuring well-organized channels of communication between the wide expanse of runways and terminal buildings. The airport maintains its rank as a world-class facility and proud participant of the business-led initiative Project Green program. In joint venture, we provided mechanical engineering design, including HVAC, plumbing and fire protection design, construction administration and commissioning of the Central Processor, Piers D, E, F, Apron Tower, passenger boarding bridges, and the parking garage bridge links.
Size: 4,467,000 sq. ft.
Architects: Joint venture of Skidmore Owings & Merrill International Ltd., Adamson Associates Architects, and Moshe Safdie Associates Ltd.
Awards: 2001 Canadian Consulting Engineers, Award of Merit – Transportation
2004 Design Exchange – National Post Design Exchange Award, Architectural, Commercial, Honourable Mention
2005 Canadian Consulting Engineering Association, Award of Excellence