Toronto Airport approaches completion

Wednesday 07 Mar 2007

Moshe Safdie & Associates Phase 2 of the Multi-Phase Project opens to the public

Toronto’s Lester Pearson International Airport, a multi-phased 2 billion expansion project designed by Airport Architects Canada, a joint venture of Moshe Safdie and Associates; Skidmore Owings & Merrill and Adamson Architects, is one step closer to completion with the opening last month of the 2nd phase of the project. That phase includes the completion of a third “pier” that contains boarding gates and the expansion of a parking garage. The entire project, which is expected to be completed in 2010, includes the construction of a new Terminal to replace existing terminals 1 and 2, a new parking garage, a “people mover” to connect the New Terminal with Terminal 3, an interim passenger facility known as an Infield Holdroom, and various other facilities including new fueling stations and administrative offices.

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