The enlargement and modernization of the Montréal-Trudeau International Airport began in 1999 and wass divided into 3 phases, the last of which will be completed in 2009.
Pomerleau is one of the partners working to make this a world-class facility, where the needs of business and vacation travellers are met with style, comfort and efficiency. This team has distinguished itself by proactively seeking and finding alternatives that resulted in substantial savings in the first phase.
The Pomerleau team has developed an excellent working relationship with the various stakeholders. It has also proven its ability to deal with the challenges of moving numerous aviation services and existing facilities and performing major construction work while the airport continues to deliver uninterrupted service to both the travelling public and the airlines.
- 4-level building, 420 m long and the width varies from 18 to 28 m. 17 new gates accommodate Code B to E commercial aircraft. L
- Level 2 Departures : Boarding and VIP Lounge with public telephones, Internet connections and a children’s play area. 3 restaurants, a bar, 2 newspaper/ souvenir stands ( 946 m2).
- 2 of the aprons (30% concrete and 70% asphalt) have been rebuilt to accommodate aircraft of all classes and sizes.
- Related services including retractable boarding bridges to provide seamless access to aircraft.
Northeast extension of Main terminal building
Other areas of the airport
- New upper-level departure processing – 36 new check-in counters serve the lower level baggage room.
- New departure lounges.
- Expanded lower level baggage sorting facility.
- Renovation of various administrative offices, airline offices, check-in counters and baggage rooms.
- Work completed in different connected buildings.
- Canopied shelters.
- Building work at Airtech.
- Retrofit and modernization of the hangar for Transport Canada.
- Conversion of the existing international jetty to handle international flights only allowed the closing of gates 15 and 16, located right beside the new construction.
- Expansion of existing parking facilities
The consortium to which Pomerleau belongs is currently working on Phase 2 at Montréal-Trudeau. The mandate consists of the construction of an international jetty (20,000 m2); expansion of the northwest extension of the existing air terminal 31,000 m2); renovation of the western section of the existing terminal and work on 23,000m2 of the aeroquay; rebuilding of a section of the air traffic apron (130,000m2) and partial demolition of the old transborder jetty.