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P3A welcomes Jennifer Bailey as Communications Coordinator. Jennifer has over 13 years of communications experience, previously working in the non-profit sector. With a Bachelor of Arts Degree in English, and a range of experience including writing, editing and project management, Jennifer is a welcome addition to the team.
P3A was in attendance at the grand opening of the Kelsey Trail Health Region’s newest long term care facility. The event was attended by members of government including the Honourable Greg Ottenbreit, Minister Responsible for Rural and Remote Health.
The addition of 36 new beds in an innovative cottage model and renovation of the existing Newmarket Manor to reflect the Eden model of care has been a great addition to the Region.
Congratulations to the residents and their families, contributors, the Town of Tisdale, and Kelsey Trail Health Region. Thank you to our valued partners in the design and construction process.
P3A received the Premier’s Award of Excellence in Integrated Design during the 2015 Design Week in Saskatoon. The University of Regina Gateway was recognized for its integrated design process. The dramatic and highly interactive sign was the result of a collaborative design effort between P3A, Crosby Hanna and Associates, BBK Engineering, Ritenburg and Associates Engineering, visual artist Lorne Beug, the Wascana Centre Authority, and the University of Regina.
Thanks to Westridge Construction, Alliance Energy, Pro Metal Industries and Accent Masonry. Without their superb execution this project would not have been possible.
P3A would like to congratulate Rob Beug on his well deserved retirement. Rob began his career at P3A in 1998 after working at architecture firms in Vancouver and Toronto. As one of the founding partners of P3A Rob was integral in building the team we are today, sharing his expertise and setting an example for clients and staff who had the pleasure to work with him over the years. Rob had a key role on many award winning projects and championed sustainable design as a keystone at P3A long before it became the norm in the industry.
We wish Rob and his family the best and thank him for his immeasurable contributions to P3A.
After an earthquake that left Nepal disaster stricken, and knowing individuals in our officer were personally affected by this, we teamed up with Habitat for Humanity to raise funds that would go towards building homes for the Nepali people.
Through a silent auction and several fundraising events, we raised $10,000 for Habitat for Humanity Canada to aid in their efforts in Nepal. Funds will be used to assist in inspecting individual buildings and returning families to their homes where possible, and to build temporary and permanent housing for those in need.
We would like to extend a huge thank you to all of those who sponsored, donated and supported our fundraising efforts!
P3A’s Brad Pickard and Brenda-Dale McLean travelled to Calgary to take part in an interactive public art installation in collaboration with Saskatchewan-based OPEN and Calgary-based Tomorrow Collective.
Composed of 1000 orange pool noodles and orchestrated by a team of architects, designers and engineers, the piece invites the curious to pop through or linger, emanating an orange glow with each step.