Airport Fuel Hydrant System – Montreal
Part of the Aéroports de Montréal Development Program, this project involved the refurbishment of the Domestic Terminal, the demolition of part of the Aéroquai Terminal, and the modification of the hydrant fuel system to optimize aircraft refuelling following a significant reconfiguration of the departure gates. More than $6 million was invested to upgrade the facilities to accommodate the changes made during the refurbishment commissioned by the airport authorities.
Port Fuel Terminal with pipeline – Vancouver
FSM Group has been actively involved in the planning and development of jet fuel supply infrastructure for the Vancouver International Airport since 2005. With continued airport growth and the progressive disappearance of fuel facilities in the region, the need to provide the airport with reliable and safe fuel supply infrastructure has become increasingly important. The project currently underway requires an investment of $150 million and includes a transloading dock, a storage tank site, and a connecting pipeline to meet the growing demand at the Vancouver Airport.
Airport Jet Fuel Tank Farm – Toronto
For the past several years, the Toronto Pearson International Airport has experienced significant growth in its demand for jet fuel. Its facilities could no longer meet the continued demand and the growth in the number of flights to and from the City of Toronto. FSM Group completed work that included the construction of a transloading terminal, a storage tank site, and a connecting pipeline linking the fuel farm to the airport.