Montréal-Trudeau International 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.
Bouthillette Parizeau et associés, Pageau Morel et associés, Groupe HBA
AECOM Tecsult / Decarel / Groupe Pomerleau / J.E.Verreault
PHASE II : Cardinal Hardy et Associés architectes / Jodoin Lamarre Pratte Architectes / Groupe Arcop
Aéroports de Montréal
Aérogare : 100 000 m² / Tablier : 250 000 m²
Phase I – 1999
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.
Phase II – 1999 to 2005
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.