EllisDon has been selected to provide construction management services for the CORE Program at Vancouver International Airport (YVR) following a competitive bid process.
The Airport Authority is committed to integrating sustainability into its operations by improving energy efficiency in its facilities and advancing overall energy conservation. The CORE Program was developed to better meet the airport’s energy needs while improving sustainability. As part of the program, YVR will receive upgrades to its heating, cooling and electrical infrastructure.
“We are very excited to be an integral part of the CORE Program team and to begin building a relationship with Vancouver Airport Authority, the organization that manages YVR,” said David McFarlane, senior vice-president and Pacific Region area manager.
The program is comprised of four projects that seek to improve the safety and performance of these facilities, while also addressing terminal expansion and increased capacity requirements in alignment with the YVR 2037 Master Plan.
“The CORE Program demonstrates a firm commitment by the Airport Authority to reduce their carbon footprint, increase resilience, and minimize impacts to the surrounding environment and community,” said Jonathan Waltr, senior project manager, Sustainable Building Service, EllisDon. “EllisDon is excited to align ourselves with such a progressive client, and share our experiences as industry leaders in sustainability in the construction field.”
Construction is slated to begin in April, with completion expected by 2022.