Kelowna International Airport—Airport Terminal Building Expansion
- 46,000 Feet of Conduit
- 1,300 Light Fixtures
- 750 kW Generator
Projects / Institutional
The Kelowna International Airport is embarking on its largest infrastructure project to date with the Airport Terminal Building (ATB) Expansion project. In response to the growing demand for air travel in the region, this project aims to improve connectivity to the Okanagan Valley, improving the passenger experience and potential for economic growth.
The ATB Expansion will add 60,000 square feet (5,590 sq. m) of new space to the terminal building and 13,000 square feet (1,200 sq. m) of renovated space. These enhancements include the following items.
- An expanded Departures Lounge aimed at improving the traveller experience
- An expanded security screening area leveraging new technology for increased capacity and efficiency
- Direct access to multiple gates for departing and arriving passengers
- Improved wayfinding
The design features a number of sustainable elements including LED lighting, locally-sourced mass timber, and a geo-exchange heating and cooling system. Throughout the expansion, the airport will remain fully operational and the work will be done in phases, with Phase 1 scheduled for completion in 2026.
Our team will be providing electrical and technology solutions, including electrical distribution, lighting, fire alarm, security, structured cabling, public address and AV systems.
- Sector: Institutional
- Completion: 2026
- Owner: City of Kelowna
- Contractor: PCL Construction