Edmonton International Airport Terminal Expansion

Project / Building Description

This fast-tracked, LEED-certified airport project consists of a two-story, 446,000-sq.-ft. expansion to the south terminal building, and 167,000 sq. ft. of renovations. Functional highlights include seven new passenger gates, 14 boarding bridges, six new elevators and moving walkways, over 100 security doors, and advanced baggage handling and scanning systems.

General Contractor

PCL

Market Type

Commercial

Specialization

Fast Track

Location

Edmonton, Alberta
One of the 6 newly added moving sidewalks in the airport terminal.
A total of 7 bridges and 14 gates were added in the expansion. To minimize disruption to current airport operations, some of the existing gates had temporary bridges built out to keep them in use during construction.
A comfier waiting area was designed to allow passengers time to relax and unwind before their flight. This picture shows the Hammerhead Lounge.
The new terminal includes 7 new US Custom Border Patrol gates. The design of the expansion makes for easier flow of people between security and customs.
Entrance into the customs area for international travel.
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