Demolishing an airport terminal and a nine-story concrete parking garage could be considered quite a feat for any demolition contractor. Imagine trying to remove one located at Canada’s busiest airport and hub for international travelers, while maintaining a regular schedule of flights at the nearby terminal. That is exactly what has been happening since April at the Toronto Pearson International Airport. A fleet of compact equipment from Priestly Demolition, Inc. — an Aurora, Ontario-based company — has been tearing down the old parking facility adjacent to the previous Terminal 1, or “T1” as it has been coined by locals. Demolition of the airport parking structure is just a piece in a much larger project that involves re-constructing the airport from the ground up.