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P3A is pleased to announce the appointment of Chris Roszell to the P3A Leadership Team as the firm’s new Associate.
Chris holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design (Arch.) and Master of Architecture from the University of Manitoba. While attending school he received numerous awards and scholarships and worked for firms in both Winnipeg and Regina, giving him important technical skills to augment his design education.
Chris joined P3A in 2007 where his strong design and technical skills have been refined working on a diverse range of buildings, including the University of Regina Research and Innovation Centre, and the Horizon Credit Union Centre.
P3A welcomed clients and consultants to their Saskatchewan-themed Annual Open House. The invitation asked guests to bring toys for CJME’s 44th Annual Santa’s Anonymous, and by the end of the evening the foyer was filled with toys.
The evening got off to a swinging start with a local jazz quartet, led by Cheney Lambert. Employees and guests mingled, fueled by a wonderful spread of food and refreshments. At the end of the event, guests were sent off with a package of Saskatchewan made goodies.
P3A would like to thank everyone who came out to the Annual Open House and who continue to support our business.
The project received 40 LEED points through its incorporation of a range of environmental initiatives including solar water heating, sun screens, and a glazed hose tower which doubles as a passive ventilation shaft to aid in cooling the building.
P3A has won Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Design in both Architecture and Interior Design. Held every two years, the Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Design recognize achievements in a range of design categories throughout the province. P3A accepted the honors at the Design Week 2013 Awards Gala, hosted by the Design Council of Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame, located in Swift Current, received the Award of Excellence in Interior Design.
The Arcola Community School, located in Regina, received an Award of Merit in Architecture as well as a Student Choice Award.
James Youck was seen serving time in the 2013 Jail-n-Bail in support of the Canadian Cancer Society this year. Thanks to the support of clients, consultants, staff, and friends James was able to raise over $4,000 for the event, one of the top ten fundraisers. P3A would like to extend gratitude to all those who contributed.
Sherry Hastings, Sarah Turnbull, Nicole George and Katrina Nagle attended the Miller Thomson Tool Belts & Ties Gala; a fundraising event that raised over $100,000.00 for Habit for Humanity. The highlight of the evening was guest speaker David Chilton of Wealthy Barber and Dragon Den fame. The ladies learned the key to retirement success was to spend less, save more and die younger!
P3A would like to congratulate the 2013 recipient of the P3A Dr. Joseph Pettick Memorial Scholarship, Miranda K. Brown. We are pleased that Miranda has been awarded this scholarship for a second year in a row and wish her all the best following her graduation this year.
Miranda continues to explore oil paint as a medium of choice. We have included two of her latest examples of work. The following information is ascribed to each piece:
Title: Who were you before you woke up?
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: 28 ½ x 24 ¾ cm.