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P3A has won the Saskatchewan Masonry Design Award of Excellence in both the Institutional and Commercial Large Footprint categories.
Held every four years, the Saskatchewan Masonry Design Awards recognizes excellence in masonry construction. The Award of Excellence goes to a project that best exhibits the construction and aesthetic qualities inherent to the craft and execution of masonry construction.
The Saskatchewan Disease Control Laboratory located at Innovation Place in Regina won the Award of Excellence in the Institutional category.
The Spectra Credit Union in Estevan won the Award of Excellence in the Commercial Large Footprint category.
Arcola Community School won an international award which recognizes Saskatchewan as a leader in 21st century education practices and design. P3A accepted the honour at the Pacific North West Conference for the Council of Educational Facility Planners International. P3A designed the school with Fielding Nair International.
James Youck, Principal and Architect for P3A, credits the collaboration with the community for the successful result: “Our team worked very closely with the community, students, and teachers to arrive at a theme they felt represented what the school meant to them. They are very proud to be part of the school design and are leaders in education.”
P3A will be presenting at the CEFPI (Council of Educational Facility Planners International) Pacific Northwest Regional Conference. The conference, held in Regina this year, will provide a venue for the team to discuss the role of community, education, and student engagement throughout the design process. Arcola Community School will be used as a case study for this presentation.
P3A is pleased to be featured as the cover story in the April issue of Award magazine. Thank you to Bill Armstrong for the wonderful opportunity to showcase our firm’s roots, values and open-minded, integrated approach to architecture, design and planning.
P3A joined students, teachers and guests to participate in the official opening of Arcola Community School.
Click on the links below to read news coverage of the Open House:
Image Source: Don Healy, Regina Leader-Post
P3A's Sarah Turnbull contribution to the article Retail Psychotherapy can be found in the January/February 2013 edition of Canadian Interiors Magazine.
P3A is proud to contribute to the concept design for a new 33,000 seat stadium as part of the ongoing Regina Revitalization Initiative. P3A is the sub-consultant to Mott MacDonald Consults and Pattern Design. We are pleased to have been selected as the local architectural firm working with this remarkable team of stadium advisors.
The design of the stadium responds to our prairie climate and expansive sky with a high-performance spectator roof that improves comfort during the summer and winter while enhancing the exciting atmosphere of an outdoor Saskatchewan Roughrider game.
For more information on the project and the Regina Revitalization Initiative follow the link here.