P3A is grateful to our guests for another successful Open House! Every year, P3A hosts our holiday ‘come and go’ to celebrate the past year with colleagues, employees, and clients. Many thanks to everyone who attended and who brought an item in support of programming at the North Central Family Centre.
Congratulations to Ashley Bull, Architectural Technologist at P3A, who has obtained his Certified Specification Practitioner (CSP) designation. There are only a few people in Saskatchewan who have achieved a spec-writing designation, so it is a great achievement.
To become a CSP Ashley logged thousands of hours related to reviewing and writing specifications, technical research, document coordination, consultant coordination, and code reviews; and completed the Construction Specifications Canada (CSC) Principals of Construction Documentation course and Specifier course. This designation required a lot of time and effort and P3A is proud of Ashley’s accomplishment.
The Design Council of Saskatchewan honoured P3A with 4 Premier’s Design Awards:
We are grateful for the recognition. Thanks to all P3A team members who worked on each of these projects!
P3A is honoured to receive a Bronze MASI Design Award for Christ the Redeemer Roman Catholic Parish in Swift Current. The MASI Awards recognize excellence in interior design in Manitoba, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. The addition to the church included a sanctuary, offices, and flexible spaces. Although constructed of modest materials, the sanctuary’s bold form, surface and details make it recognizable day or night as a symbol of faith and pride.
P3A is proud that the College Avenue Campus Renewal project was awarded 2019 Lieutenant Governor Heritage Award for Physical Heritage Conservation. P3A, in association with Donald Luxton and Associates, was selected by University of Regina to lead the project which involved the rehabilitation, renovation, and adaptive reuse of the historic campus. We are grateful to the University of Regina, and all our partners and consultants for contributing to the restoration of this significant heritage landmark.
(Pictured from the U of R: Carol Reyda, Project Manager, Facilities Management; Dave Button, Vice President Administration; Neil Paskewitz, Associate VP, Facilities Management).
P3A is proud to announce that Kate Jackson has completed her requirements for licensure with the Saskatchewan Association of Architects and is now a fully licensed architect.
Kate completed her Master of Architecture at the University of Waterloo. Her thesis, House (Craft): Mobile Housing for a New Generation, was accepted with commendation. Kate worked for P3A as a student in 2013, and she joined the firm full-time in 2016. As an Intern Architect she has been involved in the design and construction administration of a series of complex heritage projects.
P3A is proud to have the mâmawêyatitân centre featured in the September issue of Canadian Architect magazine! https://www.canadianarchitect.com/september-2019/