The 2018 Prairie Design Awards celebrate design excellence in the region. Awards of Excellence and Awards of Merit were handed out in the categories of Recent Work, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, and Small Projects.
On Thursday, March 22, CSC’s Regina Chapter will hold a luncheon meeting on climate change. Held at Royal Regina Golf Club from 12 to 1 p.m., the event will feature a presentation by Darryl Dormuth (Associated Engineering) on “How Climate Change Affects the Design of Public Infrastructure.”
When looking toward the sky in any major city in Canada and across North America, it is not uncommon to find a copper roof or wall cladding system. The metal has contributed to elaborate ornamental applications and complex architectural details on historic buildings for centuries, but why do architects and design teams continue to specify this material?
Insulated metal panels (IMPs) are used across Canada, but have traditionally been most commonly used for cold storage facilities in the food industry—specifically Québec, Ontario, and British Columbia—mainly due to higher populations within these regions.
The Royal University Hospital (RUH) provides acute-care services for Saskatoon . Working with a building technology and energy service company (ESCO), it has invested $13.6 million to provide critical facility upgrades expected to save $1.4 million annually, along with providing a healthier environment both inside the hospital and in the larger community. Find out what was changed.
At the 24th annual Canadian Council for Public-private Partnerships (CCPPP) National Conference last month, awards were presented to the winners of the 2016 National Awards for Innovation and Excellence in Public-private Partnerships (P3s).