Ken Lundy P.Eng.
Vice President of Infrastructure, Planning & Environment
Toronto Port Authority
Catering to 2.5 million passengers per year, the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport is undertaking a 3-year rehabilitation project on the airport’s airfield surfaces, including the main runway.
This session will explore the project’s plans to replace pavements, lighting and electrical infrastructure on the airport’s runways, taxiways and apron areas, using a “shave and pave” process. It will further look at the decommissioning of one of the tertiary runways, which is to be converted into a taxiway and the construction of a ground run-up enclosure.