Montréal-Trudeau Airport

Aéroports de Montréal, the company in charge of managing, operating and developing the Montreal Airport in Dorval, launched a facilities upgrade program in 1995 with a view to transforming a domestic and continental airport into a world-class international airport.

Phase I
During phase I of the air terminal improvements, our team carried out the following:

  • Studies aimed at operational and functional reorganization;
  • Development code to modify and renovate the existing air terminal;
  • Design study for the new international pier and hotel;
  • Development master plan;
  • Various transformation and renovation projects while keeping the air terminal fully operational.

Country

Canada

City

Dorval

Client

Aéroports de Montréal

Surface Area

Aérogare : 100 000 m² / Tablier : 250 000 m²

Year

Phase I : 1995-1999 / Phase II : 1999-2005

Partners

PHASE II : Cardinal Hardy et Associés architectes / Jodoin Lamarre Pratte et Associés architectes / Groupe Arcop

Contractor

AECOM Tecsult / Decarel / Groupe Pomerleau / J.E.Verreault

Electromechanics

Bouthillette Parizeau et associés, Pageau Morel et associés, Groupe HBA

Structure

SNC-Lavalin, CIMA

Credits

Marc Cramer

Phase II
Delivery of phase II, at a cost of $659 million included the following major works:

  • Transformation and expansion of the existing air terminal by 100,000 m2, including new cross-border and international piers;
  • Addition and modification of approximately 250,000 m2 of concrete apron.
Distinctions

2006

Award of Excellence, Commercial or Institutional category, Canadian Institute of Steel Construction

2005

Armatura Award, Institutional category, Institut d’acier d’armature du Québec

2004

Award of Excellence Ex Aequo, Commercial-Institutional category, Canadian Institute of Steel Construction

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