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P3A won a 2014 Municipal Heritage Award for the entrance to the Walter Scott Building. The award recognizes individuals and organizations that are committed to preserving Regina’s heritage. The Walter Scott Building was recognized for its architecturally sensitive addition to the existing building. Throughout the design and construction of the rehabilitation project, P3A worked diligently to preserve the character of the existing building.
P3A is pleased to be highlighted in the January/February issue of Canadian Interiors Magazine. The article recognizes P3A’s success at the Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Design. The firm received awards for both architecture and interior design.
The Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame, located in Swift Current, received the Award of Excellence in Interior Design, while Regina’s Arcola Community School received an Award of Merit in Architecture as well as a Student Choice Award.
The article outlines the success of the two projects, stemming from collaborative community consultations.
The Partners of P3 Architecture Partnership are pleased to announce the appointment of Dalys Steidl to the P3A Leadership Team as the firm’s new Associate.
Dalys will formally join management under the title of Comptroller. In addition to accounting and financial reporting aspects of the firm Dalys will assist at the management level with Human Resources and promotion and will be actively involved with strategic planning and restructuring.
Architectural Conservation Alliance (ACA) has been selected to oversee the restoration of the Moose Jaw Court House, following a ceiling collapse and subsequent damage by the sprinkler system. ACA is joint venture between P3A and Jonathan Yardley Architect Inc. that provides heritage conservation expertise throughout Saskatchewan
The Moose Jaw Court House has significant historical importance as it is the oldest continuously functioning building of its kind in Saskatchewan. As such, it was designated a National Historic Site and a Provincial Heritage Property.
The design aims to restore the building’s original beauty and quality, while also upgrading functionality.