Construction activity request
Construction activity requests can be used for the following:
Airside Construction activity request
- Prior to submission of airside activity request, all contractors must read the Airside Activity Program and complete AAP e-learning
- Effective March 11, 2022 airside activity request will not be granted without a valid AAP e-learning certificate
- Shutdown submission schedule:
- 7 business days for Gate/Stand closures
- 5 business days for Runway closures
- 3 business days for Taxiway closures
- Airside Activity Request Form
- For activity request submissions and any related questions please send to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Terminal Construction activity request
- Terminal work permit – Submit your request at least 5 days before the activity (CBSA approval requires an additional seven days). Send any questions to email@example.com.
Groundside Construction activity request
- Groundside activity notices – Submit your request at least 3 days before the activity. Send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Construction Activity Request Form (must be completed in Google Chrome)
For projects that require coring, drilling, chipping or cutting of floors, walls or other surfaces, contractors must:
- Follow the Surface Penetration Guidelines (PDF, 573 KB), which outline safe, responsible, and consistent procedures to help you plan and execute construction activities that require the penetration of floor and/or wall surfaces, such as coring, drilling, chipping and cutting.
- Complete the Surface Penetration Checklist and Sign-off Form (PDF, 228 KB) and attach all supporting reports and documentation signed by all applicable parties, before starting any surface penetration activities.
Working near the automated people mover
Contractors working near the Terminal Link Train (also referred to as the automated people mover or APM) are required to follow safety protocols outlined in the Working Near the Automated People Mover document (PDF, 4.7 MB). This guide identifies critical safety procedures, hazardous zones surrounding the APM system and dangers associated with working near the APM.
Contractor hot work activities
A Hot Work Fire Safety Permit (HWFSP) is required for any activities that involve open flames or produce heat and/or sparks, like welding, soldering or brazing. Our hot work safety process requires that the contractor with an FAP for a project takes full responsibility for all risks associated with all hot work activities carried out under the project scope of work, including those done by a sub-contractor.
Each HWFSP issued by the contractor must have an expiry date that cannot exceed 30 days from the date of issue, at which time the HWFSP shall be reviewed and reissued as required.
In issuing HWFSPs, the contractor must understand, incorporate and maintain all applicable mitigating fire safety measures, as detailed in his Project Specific Safety Plan (PSSP), which forms part of the conditions for the FAP issued to the contractor for his project.
Hot work checklist
Complete, sign and post the Hot Work Permits Sign-off Checklist (PDF, 467 KB) near the immediate location of any hot work activities.
Our Fire Prevention and/or the Construction Compliance and Permits Office representatives conduct random site checks to ensure that the hot work fire safety process is implemented for all project activities involving open flames or producing heat and/or sparks.
Airport Construction Code
For more information about the hot work safety process, read Article 18.104.22.168 of the Airport Construction Code (PDF, 3 MB).
Email the Construction Compliance & Permits Office at email@example.com.