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P3A welcomes Marshall Tomlinson as an Architectural Technologist. Marshall was born and raised in Regina, where he attended Winston Knoll Collegiate. He then completed two years of the Computer Aided Drafting and Design program at SIAST Palliser Campus before moving into the Architectural Technologies program.
Marshall brings a variety of experience to P3A, gained not only through his architectural career, but through his time working at a steel mill in Alabama, his involvement in residential design, and his participation in his community. These experiences, combined with interest in both local and regional planning and architectural developments, make Marshall a great fit for P3A.
P3A, in association with Populous and Mott MacDonald, has been appointed as lead design firm for the Saskatchewan Roughrider spaces at the new City of Regina Stadium project. The Riders selected P3A from a field of talented firms to design the Business Office, Football Operations, and flagship Rider Store at the stadium. The goal is to reflect the reputation of the Riders as the class of the CFL in the new spaces, while also providing the Riders an opportunity to enhance recruitment and display the values of the community owned team. P3A is thrilled to be assigned the task. As part of Rider Nation, we look forward to creating a fantastic environment for the Riders.
The University of Regina Gateway is complete, marking the most prominent corner of the Main Campus at Kramer Boulevard and University Drive South. The design was conceived through a comprehensive and collaborative process and incorporated the talents of local designers, architects, and artists, in addition to partners from Wascana Centre Authority and the University of Regina.
The project is highlighted by playful large-scale letters, which invite interaction with pedestrians and provide easy identification for passing vehicles. With improved lighting and landscaping, the Gateway provides a safe and vibrant entry into the campus.
P3A Intern Architect Brad Pickard was recently interviewed by CBC's Morning Edition and the Leaderpost about an idea for a new indoor Famers’ Market for the City of Regina. The idea was initially presented on a design blog by OPEN with the intent to provoke a discussion around design and reinvigorating an empty building downtown that is currently for sale. As a result, it sparked conversations about urbanism, architecture and innovation.
This idea is part of Brad’s volunteer work in the community to promote and be an advocate for design through both the OPEN design collaborative and RAD (Regina Advocates for Design) groups. P3A is pleased to support both groups in their effort to encourage thoughtful and innovative design in our communities.
The Mackenzie Infant Care Centre (MICC) unveiled an infant care space at Balfour Collegiate in a previously underutilized portion of the school.
MICC was established in 1986 to support The Shirley Schneider Support Centre (formerly Balfour Special Tutorial) in their efforts to help pregnant and parenting teens continue their schooling. The program, operated by the Regina Public School System, provides counseling and support services, wellness and nutritional training, and two daycare locations along with an academic curriculum.
MICC is an important asset for young mothers, allowing them to focus on their education while their children are being cared for close by.
P3A would like to congratulate Amber Burt, Ashton Fraess, and Nitish Joshi on becoming Autodesk Certified Professionals in Revit Architecture 2014.
Amber, Ashton, and Nitish have all successfully completed the Autodesk Certification Examination for Revit Architecture. The exam is performance-based, testing participants on their ability to perform tasks using this BIM software. This certification represents their skills and knowledge, as well as P3A’s ability to effectively deliver projects using the program.
P3A welcomes Travis Crumley in the role of Contract Administrator. Travis comes with over 13 years of experience in the commercial construction industry. His experience ranges from working as a journeyman carpenter to site foreman to site superintendent. Through these experiences Travis has developed the ability to manage complex projects involving the coordination of his staff and sub-trades while also balancing client expectations in regards to project budget and scheduling.
Travis is great addition to the P3A team.