We take pride in our work and our employees. We are grateful for our clients and our community.

  • June 21st 2016

    Wyatt Eckert Elected to CSC

    Wyatt Eckert, Principal at P3A, was elected 4th Vice President for Constructions Specifications Canada (CSC). A national multi-disciplinary, non-profit association with chapters across Canada, the CSC’s mission “is committed to ongoing development and delivery of quality education programs, publications and services for the betterment of the construction community.”

  • June 20th 2016

    Trevor Coulthard Joins P3A

    P3A is pleased to welcome Trevor Coulthard in a full time position as Intern Architect. Trevor previously worked at P3A for two years as a Design Intern. Trevor has a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Manitoba and has just recently completed his Masters of Architecture from the University of Manitoba. Welcome back to the team!

  • June 14th 2016

    Orange Tree Village Website

    Orange Tree Village, under construction in Harbour Landing, is an innovative, multigenerational complex. Visit our client’s website at for more information about this unique project.

  • June 7th 2016

    James Youck Elected to SAA Council

    P3A is proud to announce that James Youck, Principal and Partner at P3A , was elected to the Saskatchewan Association of Architects (SAA) Council. This will be James’ second time serving the profession on the SAA Council. He was also appointed as 2nd Vice President, which puts him on track to serve as President in 2018. Pat Kelly (current P3A Principal and Partner) and P3A founders Joe Pettick and Colin Phillips have all served as Presidents of the SAA.

  • June 1st 2016

    P3A Wins Heritage Award


    P3A is honoured to receive the 2016 Lieutenant Governor’s Heritage Architecture Excellence Award for the Moose Jaw Court House rehabilitation project. The Court House has significant historical importance as it is the oldest continuously functioning building of its kind in Saskatchewan. The building was restored to reflect its original noble intent and its status as a noted heritage landmark. P3A is proud to be a part of heritage projects and contributing to the preservation of historical buildings.

  • May 31st 2016

    James Gallagher Joins P3A

    P3A is pleased to welcome James Gallagher in a full time position as Architectural Technologist. James previously worked at P3A as a summer student. James worked in the construction industry throughout Western Canada for over a decade when he decided on a career change a few years ago. He recently completed the Architectural Technologies program at SIAST Palliser Campus, graduating with Distinction. Welcome back James!

  • May 27th 2016

    The mâmawêyatitân centre is 50% complete!

    Construction of the Mamaweyatitan Centre is half way to completion! This unique facility integrates educational and community programs and will be a great benefit to North Central Regina.