For the recently completed RAV Canada Line Rapid Transit System, Francl Architecture was retained to undertake the station design and construction documentation for two of the three new stations at Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Sea Island Centre Station is the second of three stations along the branch line at YVR, and will offer transportation service for a host of airport related employees and contractors, such as the nearby Air Canada facilities. Bounded on all sides by the major YVR access roads and the rail guideway, the form of the station responds to the speed and movement of its adjacent context, with the lightness of the gently curving roof and glazed walls contrasting with the strong linear edges of Grant McConachie Way and the rail guideway. The site constraints of the main station platform added a layer of complexity to the functional planning of the station, with the necessity for connecting bridges to both the north and south side, along with an additional entry building the north, and an accessible ramp to the south. During the design process, on-going coordination of system wide requirements ensured compliance with all functional requirements. The location of the main station on a largely unserviced site between major roadways posed added challenges to the routing of electrical and mechanical services.