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City of Greater Sudbury
Sudbury Airport is one of Northern Ontario’s busiest airports. As a result, a major expansion and renovation of the air terminal building was proposed, with the intent to encourage economic development in Northern Ontario.
Maple Reinders transformed the terminal into a modern, two-storey facility. To enhance the visual connection between the outdoors and the interior of the airport, the restaurant was relocated to the second floor with a view of the airstrip.
The unique elliptical hold room/screening area on the main floor has a capacity of 120 seats, and utilizes materials (such as metal, wood and terrazzo) that symbolize the history of Sudbury’s mining and timber industries.
A new baggage and conveyance system facilitates travel for passengers. The Sudbury Airport is also the first mid-size Canadian airport to install an Explosive Detection System.
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Maple Reinders was selected by Higgins Development Partners to design and construct the new facility. The Thomson Terminals building is approximately 400,000 SF and is a conventional steel structure with 40’ x 40’ bay spacing.
Maple Reinders was selected by Verus Partners to design and build two prestige industrial buildings, together comprising approximately 350,000 SF.
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