Halifax / Stanfield International Airport Terminals

ATB, which stands for The Air Terminal Building, started operating in August 1960. The cost of this construction was $4.5 million. However, it included immigration, health, as well as customs opportunities for international passengers, a control tower, administrative offices, a restaurant, and two observation decks as well. Gilleland and Strutt built it, and the chief contractor was Ellis-Don. Nowadays, the terminal operates for over four million passengers annually. The construction is often occurring there, as the HIAA became a manager of the airport in 200, they invested more than $200 million for improvements of the terminal building.