b'16 YVR TERMINALSBecause YVRs initial emission and energy targets were relativelyThe Pier D expansion project included many challenges, but aggressive, the design team worked very closely with the Airportworking through them over the course of five years provided the Authority to align on revised targets to suit the architectural designopportunity for teams to bond. Working on this project with the requirements and operation of the expansion. For example,whole team was one of my proudest achievements, but also one the occupancy of the building drove up outdoor ventilation airof my best experiences, throughout the 19 years of my career, requirements, which was a key driver on heating and coolingHammar remarks.loads, explains Hammar, from Integral Group. This could only be realized during detailed design and not during initial pre-planning. Lessons and Advice for OthersThe system uses heat recovery strategies to minimize the impact.Rufenacht emphasizes that a terminal expansion of this size The mechanical design team focused on locating mechanicaland complexity requires a concerted team effort between the equipment where maintenance and operations staff would haveAirport Authority, consultants and contractors. The tone and easy access to minimize pre-emptive failures and help protectrelationships between parties is quite often set by the owner and building assets.can mean the difference when set early, he advises. A successful partnership mindset can take you through any challenge, including To prevent workers from walking through the terminal to accessunprecedented events like a global pandemic. the site, PCL coordinated closely with airport personnel to develop a logistics and conveyance route that allowed workers and vehiclesMetten agrees that projects like the Pier D expansion require to be security screened outside the terminal and escorted orcooperation between all parties, and challenges need to be bused through a dedicated route adjacent to runways and acrossconsidered as a group responsibility and met with teamwork. The taxiways to a secure site compound or groundside island. Thisbuilding is exceptional because of the dedication and experience of allowed for the most efficient, safe and secure movement of peoplethe team, he remarks.and materials to the site, Fernandes explains. We are proud toSimilarly, Fernandes stresses the importance of choosing the have completed the project safely with thousands of trips andright team members, who have experience on similar projects without security incidents, he adds. THE NEXT BIG SHIFT IN AIRFIELD MANAGEMENT TAKES OFF WITH AIRFIELD 4.0Pinpoints service and AXONmaintenance needs EQProvides greater control under challenging conditions Allows upstreaming of data OurAXON EQintelligent inset lights include built-in sensors to capture dataLINCand interconnectivityessential to making airport operations more streamlined and predictive. 360 Goes beyond existing individual light control and LINC 360is a high bandwidth bidirectional power line communication system thatmonitoring systemsfacilitates two-way data transmission, creating a data-driven future.5G connectivity to the cloudLINC Nodeforms the second leg of the ADB SAFEGATE connectivity strategy.LINCAlarm and warning It connects smart airfield assets to the cloud providing real-time monitoring fromNode notifications pushed from the any place on any device.cloud to mobile devices TheseAirfield 4.0building blocks harness smart Industry 4.0 technologies to revolutionize airfield operations and enable real-time, data-driven decision making. adbsafegate.comJanuary | February 2023AirportImprovement.com'