The Winnipeg International Airport secure zone, an alternate landscape plan study
Stoyko, David Lawrence
This study examines an alternate landscape for the grounds of the secure zone at the Winnipeg International Airport. The objective is to achieve two main goals: (1) Reduce the negative impacts of operations at the airport on the local environment and community. (2) esign the landscape in a way that provides interest and meaning to those viewing the airport. The primary challenge of the plan is maintaining full operational ability at the airport. The research in this document provides a full analysis of the Winnipeg International Airport secure zone, including issues that are a concern to the community. A series of design recommendations are provided to achieve the two main goals through a new landscape plan proposal.