Located along Highway 97 at the north end of the City of Kelowna, Kelowna International Airport (YLW) is a gateway into BC’s southern interior, and is among the busiest airports in Canada. As part of a Master Plan looking forward to 2025, the City of Kelowna retained Maple Reinders to construct a two storey non-combustible expansion to the existing Air Terminal Building. The expansion included a 1650 m2 addition to the main floor of the terminal and a 260 m2 addition to the existing second floor. The expansion included a pre-board screening area, and new departure lounge amenities including a White Spot Restaurant and Wine Store featuring local Okanagan Valley products, a wired business centre, as well as second floor administration offices. The building shell is a combination of exterior curtain wall, exterior EFIS stucco systems or brick all of which match existing systems. The building structure is concrete topping on metal deck supported by open web steel joists. Mechanical systems are generally rooftop units except for where it was practical to extend existing systems. Electrical systems were provided as an extension of existing service on site.