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REGINA PROJECTS

MÂMAWÊYATITÂN CENTRE

City: Regina, SK.
Branch: Allmar Regina

Scope: Washroom Accessories.

The Mâmawêyatitân Centre is an innovative 113,000 square foot in Regina’s North Central neighbourhood officially opened in 2017 .

Initially conceived in 2003 as the North Central Shared Facility, Mâmawêyatitân Centre brings together many public and community services including the new Scott Collegiate, Albert Scott Community Centre, Regina Public Library Albert Branch, and a Community Police Centre. A Cree word meaning “let’s be all together,” Mâmawêyatitân (pronounced ma-ma-waya-ta-tan) speaks to the shared use of the building and the cooperation of the partners. The centre is the first of its kind in Canada and offers integrated services in one central place to build and enhance the community. It brings people together to connect, to learn, to play and to develop skills and to celebrate culture.

General Contractor: Quorex Construction Services Ltd.
Architect: P3A

 

THE WILLISTON

City: Regina, SK.
Branch: Allmar Regina

Scope: Hollow Metal Doors and Frames and Architectural Hardware and Mailboxes.

The Williston is a luxury apartment with a range services, including chef-cooked meals, concierge servicescafe, sports pub, gourmet dining room, hair salon and nail spa, library, events center, fitness center, and more.  The Williston is a joint venture between Porchlight Developments and Marwest ManagementThe Williston offers 1 or 2 bedroom and 1 or 2 bathroom apartments in both lifestyles on four floors, each with a private covered balcony. This is the epitome of active ageing – all the fun and none of the chores.

General Contractor: Parliament Developments Ltd.
Architect: Raymond SC. WAN Architect

 

ECOLE CONNAUGHT SCHOOL

City: Regina, SK.
Branch: Allmar Regina

Scope: Hollow Metal Doors and Frames and Architectural Hardware and Lockers.

Completed in 2017, the École Connaught Community School is a cutting-edge 21st century learning environment that pays homage to the cherished 1912-era school it replaces on the same site. Following an integrated design process with a large community stakeholder group, the design combines modern interpretations of valued elements of the original school with a sustainable 21st century school design targeting LEED® Gold from the Canadian Green Building Council.

École Connaught’s gymnasium and main entry features a classical brick and Tyndall stone façade, built with reclaimed materials from the original school. The south side of the building contains a more playful arrangement of windows, metal cladding and large second-floor overhangs facing the playfields. The steel overhangs provide a signature architectural statement while offering shelter to each learning community’s independent dedicated entrance. The school also contains an integrated early learning centre adjacent to the playfields on the south side.

General Contractor: Quorex Construction Services Ltd.
Architect: Number Ten Architectural Group

 

YORKTON FIRE SERVICES

City: Yorkton, SK.
Branch: Allmar Regina

Scope: Hollow Metal Doors and Frames and Architectural Hardware.

Yorkton Fire Protective Services relocated back to 9 Smith Street East in March of 2010, after a year and a half hiatus due to the demolition of the old station and the construction of the new fire station. A grand opening for the new station was held on June 25, 2010.

General Contractor: Logan Stevens
Architect: Ross McIntyre

 

MOOSE JAW INDOOR SOCCER

City: MooseJaw, SK.
Branch: Allmar Regina

Scope: Hollow Metal Doors and Frames and Architectural Hardware.

Opened in 2010, the $9.52 million indoor soccer facility also features a walking track and provides programming seven days a week.

Architect: MQN Architects
Builder: Cardinal Construction