Airport Fuel Hydrant System – Montreal
As part of the Aéroports de Montréal Terminal Development Program, a five-year project was undertaken at the Montréal Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport that included the refurbishment of the Domestic Terminal, the demolition of part of the Aéroquai Terminal, and a modification of the hydrant fuelling system in order to maintain optimal aircraft refuelling at new gate positions.
The $6 million expansion and modification of the hydrant system included the movement and addition of hydrant pits and the redesign of the layout of existing underground pipelines.
Port Fuel Terminal with pipeline (in progress) – Vancouver
FSM Group has been leading the long-term planning and development of fuel supply infrastructure for the Vancouver International Airport since 2005. With continued airport growth, and declines in local fuel supply, the need has arisen to develop new delivery infrastructure beyond the airport’s boundaries.
FSM Group is managing the $150 million project that includes a marine terminal, fuel receiving facility, and pipeline that will supply 100 per cent of the fuel required for the airport. Work will be completed in 2020.
Airport Jet Fuel Tank Farm – Toronto
For the past several years, the Toronto Pearson International Airport has experienced continued airport growth and shortages of jet fuel supply from existing delivery methods, resulting in a need to develop new delivery infrastructure outside of the airport’s boundaries. This multi-million dollar project included the construction of a rail offloading terminal and a new storage tank system complete with delivery pipeline to the airport.