Thanks to our amazing P3A staff for generously donating to Adopt-a-Family. The Z99 and Salvation Army initiative matches donors with families who require extra help at Christmas. P3A staff gave money, gifts, and food in support of two families. Pictured are Lauren, Meghan, Tamara and Tessa who organized and wrapped up the gifts.
P3A is pleased to welcome Dian Dela Santa as an Intern Architect! Dian began her education at SIAST Palliser Campus in Moose Jaw, receiving a diploma in Architectural and Building Technologies. With her passion for creating thoughtful designs and curiosity for how buildings go together she continued her education at Montana State University receiving a Bachelor’s in Environmental Design and Master’s in Architecture. Dian values the importance of collaborative design where all disciplines merge, integrating beauty and functionality.
Dian is also enthusiastic about projects that build communities together, and she involves herself in community projects that include hands on experience, such as Habitat for Humanity. Dian is grateful for being in a discipline where she can continuously improve design thinking from what she learns on site and building by hand.
Born and raised in rural Saskatchewan, Kelly holds a Diploma in Architectural Technologies from Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Moose Jaw. Kelly completed all of his co-op work terms with P3A and worked at the firm for a few years before moving to Victoria, BC. Now back in Regina, P3A is pleased to welcome Kelly back to P3A.
Kelly's passion for architecture has led him to volunteer in Asia where he was involved in the construction of a dormitory, children's school and a medical facility. His involvement and dedication have enhanced his knowledge and love for creating innovative and unique designs.
When he is not working, Kelly likes to spend time with his partner hiking, camping and walking their dog Iggy, drawing, curling and being involved within the community.
Welcome back, Kelly!
P3A is proud to announce that Trevor Coulthard has completed his requirements for licensure with the Saskatchewan Association of Architects and is now a fully licensed architect.
Trevor completed both his Bachelor of Environmental Design and Master of Architecture from the University of Manitoba. His thesis explored the iconic prairie grain elevator and investigated how a contemporary seed bank becomes an honest and clear manifestation of its place.
Trevor worked for P3A as a student in 2013, and he joined the firm full-time in 2016. As an Intern Architect he has been involved in the design and construction of a variety of complex civic and institutional projects.
P3A is pleased to welcome Carson Churchman! Carson recently completed the Architectural Technologies program specializing in Building Science at Saskatchewan Polytechnic in Moose Jaw, graduating with Honours.
Carson completed all three of his work terms at various commercial firms in Regina executing Construction Documents, Specifications, Preliminary Designs and Contract Administration.
Welcome to the team, Carson!
Rachel is a graduate of the Bachelor of Science program at the University of Calgary, majoring in Biology. During her studies she was dedicated to academic achievement and volunteer experience. She is published in the International Barcode of Life Bulletin for her contributions to the 2015 article, “DNA Barcoding in the Classroom: Investigating Fish Labelling”. She volunteered as a Peer Support Administrator for the Women’s Centre of Calgary where she helped provide a safe, supportive space for the community.
Since obtaining her degree, Rachel has completed a Certificate in Business Administration II at the University of Regina and has gained significant experience in administration, accounting and project support. She is very excited to be joining the P3A team!
Wyatt Eckert, Partner at P3A, has been appointed as the President of Construction Specifications Canada (CSC). CSC is a national multi-disciplinary, non-profit association with chapters across Canada, whose mission includes “delivering progressive education, certification, publications and professional networking opportunities for the design and construction community.”
Wyatt has been involved with CSC for over 15 years, holding various Chapter roles in newsletter, website, events, education, and as Vice-Chair (and subsequently Chair) and Chapter Director. He then joined the Executive Council as 4th Vice President in 2016. As President, Wyatt is looking forward to continuing his work with CSC and engaging in opportunities for collaboration and growth.