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We take pride in our work and our employees. We are grateful for our clients and our community.

  • October 5th 2017

    P3A Receives 2017 Bronze MASI Award

    P3A was pleased to receive a bronze award for Interior Design in the Special Projects category at the inaugural MASI (Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan) Design Awards for the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club (SRFC) Fit-Outs. P3A, in Association with Populous, designed dynamic football and business operations spaces in new Mosaic Stadium, including multi-purpose meeting rooms, training rooms, team locker room, auditorium, offices, boardroom, jersey shop, and the flagship Rider store. 

  • September 29th 2017

    2017 Premier’s Award of Excellence in Design

    P3A is proud to be awarded the 2017 Premier’s Award of Excellence in Design – Award of Merit in Architecture for École Gravelbourg School. The existing high school underwent renovations and an addition to accommodate the elementary school. The project vision was developed with students, staff and community members using a collaborative design process modelled after LEAN best practices. The dramatic update contains spaces that facilitate communication, engagement and instruction. The school is an example of how 21st Century learning spaces can be created in a dual track school.

  • September 12th 2017

    The mâmawêyatitân centre Officially Opens

    P3A attended the official opening of the mâmawêyatitân centre in North Central Regina. Named after a Cree word that translates to mean ‘let’s be all together,’ the facility is the result of a partnership between Regina Public Schools, the City of Regina and the Regina Public Library. P3A worked with the partners to bring this innovative 113,000 square foot landmark facility to life. The building houses the new Scott Collegiate, Albert Scott Community Centre, Regina Public Library Albert Branch, and a Community Police Centre. With almost 70% of its interior designated for shared space, the unique design offers community partners opportunities for integrating educational and community programs. P3A is proud to be the architect of record for this transformative project.

  • September 5th 2017

    Vanessa Ilg Joins P3A

    P3A welcomes Vanessa Ilg! Vanessa is a graduate of the University of Manitoba with a Master of Interior Design Degree and is NCIDQ certified. 

    Vanessa has worked in both Manitoba and Ontario, where she focused her professional practice on commercial design. She has experience with various design program typologies in government, city and private sectors. Vanessa joined P3A after her recent move back to Saskatchewan, where she originates from. Welcome to the team, Vanessa!

  • September 1st 2017

    Chris Roszell Appointed as P3A Principal

    P3A is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Roszell as a Principal in the Firm. Chris joined P3A as an Architect in 2007, and was appointed to the leadership team as an Associate in 2013. His strong design and technical skills have been applied to a diverse range of projects, including mâmawêyatitân centre, Research and Innovation Centre, and Horizon Credit Union Centre. Congratulations Chris! Well deserved!

  • July 4th 2017

    Landon Lucyk Joins P3A

    P3A welcomes Landon Lucyk as an Intern Architect. Landon previously worked at P3A for a term as a Design Intern. He has a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Manitoba and just recently completed his Masters of Architecture at the University of Manitoba. Welcome Landon!

  • June 26th 2017

    2017 P3A Dr. Joseph Pettick Memorial Scholarship Awarded

    P3A is pleased to announce the 2017 recipient of the P3A Dr. Joseph Pettick Memorial Scholarship is Métis artist Sarah Timewell. Sarah works predominantly in drawing, leather, and beadwork. She is inspired by nature and is fascinated by plants and culture. 

    In her new series Little Medicine Dress (working title), she recognizes the healing power of the plants around us. Native plants, with medicinal properties specific to her own ailments, are represented over the organ they support on the subtle form of a little black dress. After completion of the drawing series, the concept will be made into a single beaded dress. Sarah has an appreciation for often overlooked details and hopes to inspire others to slow down and reconnect with nature and culture.

    Date: April, 2017
    Medium: Coloured pencil and charcoal on black paper
    Size: 76 cm x 113 cm (each)