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The P3A staff were pleased to welcome the Roughriders defensive secondary for a BBQ lunch, fresh from the dramatic victory over the Ottawa RedBlacks. Weldon Brown #35, Terrell Maze #20, Paul Woldu #21, Marshay Greene #1, Rod Williams #37, Macho Harris #3, Tristan Jackson #38, and Captain, Tyron Brackenridge #41, were in attendance.
Tyron took the opportunity to tell us about his charity, the Tyron Brackenridge Fields with Dreams Foundation. All the best with this worthwhile cause and the P3A Team will be pleased to lend support. P3A would like to thank “The Wolfpack” for taking the time to stop by the studio, and wish the boys success this season.
Miller Thomson Lawyers office renovation is a modernization of the client’s space and image to align with their national presence. The clean, modern space involved two floors of renovations and the sequenced move of staff during construction. P3A would like to thank PCL for their collaboration during the construction period.
The 2014 Plywood Cup was a great success for P3A’s HMCS Unicorn Team. With lots of hard work and support, the team raised $7485.50 for the Hospitals of Regina Foundation, which placed the team #1 for fundraising.
This year, the dedicated team featured Ashley “The Brawn” Bull, Travis “The Contractor” Crumley, Rebecca “The Machine” Henricksen, and Marshall "The Pinch Hitter" Gaetz.
The day got off to a soggy start, but spirits were high and excitement was in the air. Despite battling the elements through construction, the HMCS Unicorn stayed afloat for two-thirds of the race! Determined to complete the course, Rebecca “The Machine” swam the boat to the finish line in a valiant effort.
P3A is delighted to take part in a successful and fun-filled day, and would like to thank the Progress Club for organizing the event. We are proud to help raise funds for such an important cause within the community and the HMCS Unicorn Team is thrilled with their accomplishments this year.
P3A congratulates the 2014 recipient of the P3A Dr. Joseph Pettick Memorial Scholarship, Jihyun Choi. We are pleased that Jihyun has been awarded this scholarship and congratulate her on her recent graduation exhibition at the MacKenzie Art Gallery. Jihyun’s work titled “Embraced” (2014) is featured here as a representative piece of her outstanding work.
P3A’s Brad Pickard will be joining Devin McCarthy of DSRA Architects to co-lead a two-week workshop in collaboration with Dalhousie University and OPEN design collaborative. The course, titled HFX Tactical Architecture, will bring together undergraduate and graduate students from Dalhousie University, School of Architecture.
HFX Tactical Architecture draws inspiration from the movement of citizen-led interventions, more popularly known as tactical urbanism. The course will explore the notion of tactical urbanism through the lens of design and architecture. The intent is to develop a series of student-led projects that address a particular public need at specific locations in Halifax.
P3A congratulates Brian Jacobs on his retirement. Since joining P3A as an Architectural Technologist in 2007, Brian was an integral part of our team having worked on numerous commercial, institutional and educational projects. Along with his technical education and experience, Brian also has an accomplished background in fine arts and in farming. His experience, dedication and helpfulness will be greatly missed.
We want to thank Brian for his time at P3A, and wish him and his family all the best.
P3A has been awarded the contract to rehabilitate the Globe Theatre in the historic Prince Edward Building. The first stage of the project is an analysis of how the existing building can be better utilized to enhance the audience experience and improve the function of the theatre.
P3A’s collaborative design approach, heritage architecture skills and experience working with the Globe Theatre were all instrumental in our selection. James Youck noted, “The opportunity to engage with a key member of Regina’s cultural scene, as well as the challenge of adapting the Prince Edward Building, drew the firm to the project. It is a great fit with our values and mission.”