The new Canberra Airport passenger terminal was built in two phases on the original airport footprint. A central atrium directly interconnects all of the various activities of the departure level and the three-storey glazed structure presents an iconic entrance image as viewed from the passing highway and the axial landscaped approach road.
With the aim of developing Australia’s Greenest airport, the terminal has been designed to a high environmental standard, employing a variety of building and services systems including high quality and long life building materials.
Where the mechanical consultant was charged with delivering a heating solution to meet Green Star Ratings, Automatic Heating worked collaboratively to design and specify appropriate boiler systems. The installation of equipment including ultra-efficient Eurogen Condensing Boilers saw considerable energy reductions.