P3A was honored with Lieutenant Governor’s Heritage Architecture Excellence Award for Conservation for the Regina Courthouse. The Award will be presented by the Lieutenant Governor at Government House on Tuesday, June 9, 2015. P3A is proud to work on a number of heritage projects throughout Saskatchewan, and recognizes heritage projects to be an important part of our ever changing built environment.
P3A is proud to announce that Jocelyn Tanner has completed the requirements for registration with the Saskatchewan Association of Architects.
Jocelyn graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Environmental Design followed by a Master of Architecture. Upon graduation, Jocelyn was awarded the Alpha Rho Chi Bronze Medal for her demonstration of leadership, service, and the promise of professional merit evident in her attitude, personality, and work ethic.
Since joining P3A in 2011, Jocelyn has demonstrated a commitment to achieving innovative and practical solutions that respond to a client’s needs and enhance our built environment.
P3A is pleased to be working to restore one of the oldest functioning theatres in Saskatchewan. The Lyric Theatre was originally opened as a space for Vaudeville shows and silent movies in 1912, and has taken on many roles since.
P3A, along with the board of directors for the Lyric Theatre, have come up with a plan for the conservation and rehabilitation of the current theatre space. The project has just moved into Phase III which includes restoration of the front façade, and renovations of the lobby, concession, bar, elevator and washrooms.
All new upgrades and additions focus on rehabilitating this important cultural and heritage feature in the City of Swift Current.
P3A is pleased to be a part of a new facility in North Central Regina. Formerly known as the North Central Shared Facility, it is has been renamed the Mâmawêyatitân Centre.
The Mâmawêyatitân Centre is a unique partnership between Regina Public Schools, the City of Regina and the Regina Public Library. It will be the new home of Scott Collegiate, the Albert-Scott Community Centre, Albert Branch library and a community police station. The building explores the possibilities of shared space, with two thirds of the programmed areas designated to be utilized and shared between the partner organizations, allowing for integrated program delivery.
Riverview Village Estates in Swift Current is a non-profit life-lease retirement housing project, providing residents with a range of independent and assisted living options, as well as a number of indoor and outdoor amenity spaces.
P3A has partnered with Riverview Village Estates to create additional suites and amenity spaces to support a growing demand. The project involves an addition and renovation to the current facility which will bring together existing and new spaces.
P3A is pleased to announce that Orange Tree Village has been approved by the Regina Planning Commission. P3A is looking forward to heading the design for this one-of-a kind multi- generational community.
Orange Tree Village is an innovative mixed-use project that facilitates healthy activity and connections. The design will contain living space for aging residents, an elementary school, a pharmacy, a coffee shop, a nail salon and other services. Connections throughout the building will encourage interaction between residents, students and patrons with the aim of increasing the quality of life for all users.
P3A is happy to announce that the schematic design for administrative spaces located on Ranch Ehrlo’s Pilot Butte Campus have been approved.
The design for the new administrative building will enhance the agency’s ability to move forward collaboratively and holistically. The space will help to consolidate staff and departments, as well as provide meeting spaces for students and visitors.