The Construction of the New Terminal at Pearson International Airport, Toronto
The new terminal at Pearson International Airport in Toronto will eventually both consolidate and expand the facilities provided by the former Terminals 1 and 2.
The terminal uses Architecturally Exposed Structural steel as its primary expression of the large, curved, vaulted space that encloses the departures level of the building.
Special AESS "wishbones" line the rear wall of the terminal, bringing daylighting in, to complement the daylight received through the skylights that line the length of the vault. The "wishbones" were fabricated by Walters Inc. of Hamilton, Ontario.