Spanning 7,600 acres, Edmonton International Airport (EIA) is Canada’s largest airport by land area. Discover how EIA improved construction operations for its $1.1-billion-dollar expansion project by leveraging web mapping applications. Read this article by Corinne Kozak, technical services manager at EIA, which was published in International Airport Review.
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