The Construction Compliance Office is the GTAA authority responsible for:
The governance and development of the Airport Construction Code defining all relevant regulatory and airport compliance requirements for the construction of facilities at Toronto Pearson Airport; and
Verifying compliance of facility construction in accordance with The Airport Construction Code, and specifically:
The Construction Compliance Office (CCO) shall for all purposes be deemed to be an independent entity having such jurisdiction to complete its role and is not under the direct or indirect control of the GTAA in method, manner and requirements used to accomplish its mandate of ensuring quality assurance of airport construction.
The Airport Construction Code is the governing document of standards and regulations adopted by the GTAA. It provides a comprehensive and precise set of requirements to assist in the planning and construction of the following:
Adherence is mandatory for all Toronto Pearson Airport construction.
The Construction Compliance Office administers its role through this code to regulate design standards and control construction practices of permitted projects.
The CCO issues a Facility Alteration Permit (FAP) for each construction project based on documented evidence of compliance to the requirements contained within the Airport Construction Code (ACC).
The CCO produces several documents during the design review and construction phase of each project:
Each project will receive the appropriate permit or certificate once the CCO has verified that the construction has reached the appropriate state of completion and the supporting documentation has been submitted and reviewed.
Further inquiries can be made by contacting the Construction Compliance Office at (416) 776-5400.