Expansion of the International Pier at Montréal-Trudeau Airport - LEED Silver
In February 2012, Jodoin Lamarre Pratte architectes was given the mandate to plan, design, prepare construction documents and conduct site supervision for the second phase of the LEED NC certified international pier expansion project at Montreal-Trudeau International Airport. The firm has been involved at the airport since 1987, first on behalf of Transport Canada and, since 1992, for Aéroports de Montréal (ADM).
Cardinal Hardy architectes (Lemay)
18 400 m² / 115 M$
2012 — 2017
This second 18,400 m² expansion phase includes the addition of new boarding gates for large aircraft such as the B-787 and A380, boarding rooms, support areas for operations, a VIP lounge, as well as a new commercial area. The pier of domestic flights and some commercial areas have also been expanded, and art works have been incorporated into the project. The airport has doubled the area of aircraft space and parking to meet the growing demand for international flights.
"The project is based on a key intention to create a place that is both functional, vibrant and reflecting the image of Montreal by being creative and taking into account our limited financial resources."
Former President and Chief Executive Officer, Aéroports de Montréal