b'12 YVR TERMINALSsea life. Following that theme, the new central atrium of the expansion tells the story of the spirit of the sea along the British Columbia coastline and in the deep waters out to the Pacific. The architectural showpiece is an open-air atrium space with three large Western hemlock treesthe tallest of which is 28 feet. The glass-enclosed outdoor atrium also features a series of active tidal pools and rockwork that spans inside and outside spaces. It has a wow factor that passengers dont expect as they walk around the corner and see an abundance of natural light, wood and colors, Fernandes remarks.Kasian Architecture Interior Design and Planning Ltd., the prime consultant for PHOTO: VANCOUVER AIRPORT AUTHORITY architecture and interior design on the project, has completed several projects at YVR over the past 25 years. We became an extension of the YVR team, weaving the land, sea and sky narrative into the very fabric of the airport, notes Kasian Senior Associate andMARTIN NOGGERTransportation Leader Martin Nogger, who led the design team for the Pier D expansion. The outdoor atrium space is complete with irrigation, water Holdroom seating for the new gates includes power/charging ports. misters and sunlight for the trees, which are thriving in their new San Francisco International AirportHARVEY MILK TERMINAL 1$2.4 billion reconstructionWSP USA\x1fS ROLE:Project Management Support Services25 new gates1 First airport project worldwide to receive LEED V4 Platinum certi\x1ficationInternational Partnering Institute Diamond AwardWSP has led expansion and improvement projects at airports of all sizes across the U.S.JOIN OUR TEAM!wsp.comJanuary | February 2023AirportImprovement.com'