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A Case Study: Toronto Pearson is Canada’s largest and busiest airport, in Canada’s largest and busiest city, the hub for some 443,000 flights a year and handling over 41 million passengers annually. The GTAA completed a $4.4 billion redevelopment of Toronto Pearson from 1998 to 2008. Further development is on-going and necessary to support the annual growth in traffic, including a multiyear Terminal 3 Redevelopment program.
The Engineering Data team is responsible for the creation and maintenance of all building, site and utility information, and publishes information to stakeholders via specific department websites. The team uses a number of applications and tools to deliver mapping, drawings, and web based products to their internal and external clients.
In this webinar, Mike Robertson Manager of Engineering Data for GTAA will describe:
- The value the airport derives from having up to date information shared across all the airport's stakeholders including the many contractors that work on the continually improving the airport
- The systems used to produce maintain and deliver information used both by the airport functional departments and by external contractors