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The Government of Nunavut officially signed the contract last week for a new airport in Iqaluit. Here's a glimpse at what the project will look like when it's finished.

The Government of Nunavut officially signed the contract last week for a new airport in Iqaluit. Here's a glimpse at what the project will look like when it's finished.

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  • Sub-Head September 17, 2013 Iqaluit International Airport Improvement Project
  • Speakers • Honourable Leona Aglukkaq • Deputy Minister Robert Long • AIP Spokespersons • Adel Bellemlih • Noel Best
  • Government of Canada • P3 Model • Commitment to Infrastructure
  • Building an Airport • Safety • Efficiency • Comfort -- In that order.
  • What is included in project? 1) Repaving the runway 2) New runway lights and other safety- related systems 3) New combined services building (CSB) 4) New airport terminal building (ATB)
  • Why does Iqaluit need a new airport? • Runway has reached end of life-cycle • Terminal can no longer handle volume of traffic • Increasingly difficult to meet safety standards • Combined Services Building too small
  • Statistics • One of the largest private sector employers • More than 20,000 aircraft movements in 2012 • 30 % of all aircraft activity in Nunavut • Current passenger numbers exceed 140,000 • More than 40 % of all Nunavut travelers get on or off planes in Iqaluit
  • Why a Public Private Partnership? • Timely Delivery • Risk Transfer • Innovation • Job Creation P3 projects come in on time, on budget, and are performance-based long-term contracts that make the best use of taxpayer dollars.
  • Inuit Involvement • An alternative to the NNI Policy has been carefully developed • Worked with Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated (NTI) and larger Inuit firms • Mandatory minimum requirements for Inuit firms and Inuit labour • Strong emphasis on Inuit training
  • After the Contract Ends • Long lasting infrastructure • Hand-back conditions • 10-years of functionality
  • Key Dates Description Date Contract Signed September 2013 Construction Start May 2014 Interim Service Commencement for Existing Airport Operations & Maintenance July 2014 Power On in New Buildings September 2016 Operations Commencement in New Buildings August 2017 All Construction Complete December 2017 Contract End 2041
  • Air Terminal Building Exterior - Airside
  • Air Terminal Building Exterior - Landside
  • Air Terminal Building Interior Airside
  • Air Terminal Building Interior Landside
  • Combined Services Building Exterior Airside
  • Conclusion
  • Questions?
  • The Big Picture Old Res Current AirportCanadian North Cargo
  • The Floor Plan