b"14 YVR TERMINALSThe sights and sounds of British Columbia are seen through theSustainable Efforts and Materialsuse of technologymulti-layered displays, projections, interactiveThe airport and Pier D expansion teams collaborated to meet or sound and video, Stern summarizes. As you move throughexceed the Airport Authoritys environmental management goal of the terminal, local wildlife and species from around the province30% reduction in greenhouse gases. A heat recovery system helps appear and disappear. circulate air and reduce heating and cooling demands within the WSP partnered with EOS Lightmedia to outfit the atrium withbuilding, which maximizes energy efficiency and reduces carbon color-changing and patterned lighting, and digital screens thatemissions. The high-efficiency heat recovery injects energy back to display animations of regional wildlife with sound effects. Kasianthe terminals central plant, explains Rufenacht. collaborated with acoustic engineers and content designers toPier D now includes 30 electric ground support equipment develop specialized speaker trees to create a three-dimensional,charging stations, eight charging stations for electric buses and immersive acoustic experience that fills the space with the naturalsolar hot water panels on the roof that supply domestic hot water sounds of British Columbia.ai167102266517_Airport Improvement Ad (Jan_Feb '23).pdf 1 12/14/2022 6:57:46 AM throughout the expansion. From a structural standpoint, the Pier D expansion was efficiently designed to reduce the amount of material used, and steel that was used was largely recycled, Metten reports. Concrete for the project contained cement-reducing fly ash, the wood columns were fabricated from glulam (glue-laminated) beams so that old-growth timber was not required and the roof surrounding the open-air atrium has hot water solar collectors.The enhanced building envelope performance includes triple-glazed window systems as well as increased roof and wall Planning insulation. The Integral team collaborated closely with the architect and Airport Authority using our parametric energy modeling software to define envelope performances C Plan Today.and systems to reduce emissions and consumption whilst aligning with the airports M Grow Tomorrow. aesthetic vision, Hammar says.Y Beyond the structure itself, the lighting CM systems include LED technologies and MY controls, helping reduce the light power CY density by 20% to 30% compared to previous Pier D systems. The electrical design also CMY included various types of metering systems K tied to the building management system to allow the Airport Authority to understand their power usage, notes WSPs Graham.Even the tabletops in the new food court have a sustainability feature. ChopValue, a local business, created 35 tabletops using 107,915 locally recycled chopsticks, many collected from the airports own food and beverage units, which yielded approximately 326 pounds of stored carbon. [The company] has created wall panels, wall finishes, objects and serving platters, so we asked him to make tabletops for our food court, Stern remarks. During construction, the PCL team and Mead & Hunt | Aviation .EXPERIENCE EXCEPTIONAL its trade partners focused on recycling to January | February 2023AirportImprovement.com"