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Old Posted May 6, 2021, 9:05 PM
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Regina Construction IV

Because someone had to.

Link to part III.
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Old Posted May 6, 2021, 9:11 PM
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REGINA CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS:

Federated Co-operatives Limited/AGT Foods - $360 million - Canola Processing Plant/Renewable Diesel Facility - Completion 2027 - North Regina
Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) announced plans to build Canada’s largest renewable diesel facility, along with a canola processing plant, in Regina. FCL said it plans for the two facilities to be located north of the Co-op Refinery Complex and will be known as the Integrated Agriculture Complex. Regina’s AGT Foods, will be a partner for the canola crushing plant.

https://regina.ctvnews.ca/fcl-to-bui...gina-1.5742977
https://www.620ckrm.com/2022/01/17/f...lex-in-regina/
https://www.cjme.com/2022/01/17/co-o...ant-in-regina/

Cargill - $350 million - Canola Processing Plant - Completion 2024 - Global Transportation Hub
The new state-of-the-art facility is projected to have an annual production capacity of 1 million metric tonnes.



https://www.cargillregina.ca/
https://globalnews.ca/news/7783844/c...-plant-regina/
https://www.cargill.com/2021/cargill...lity-in-regina
Global Transportation Hub Thread

Red Leaf Pulp - $350 million - Wheat Straw Pulp Mill - Construction to begin 2022 - West Regina/Global Transportation Hub
Established in 2019, Red Leaf is developing the first non-wood pulp mill in Canada, producing a unique unbleached product demanded by the USD $350-billion paper and packaging market. The initial plant will have the capacity to produce approximately 182,000 tonnes of market pulp annually from waste wheat straw collected and aggregated from local producers.
https://www.620ckrm.com/2021/06/01/3...d-for-regina/?
https://www.newswire.ca/news-release...892642966.html
https://www.redleafpulp.com/project

Viterra - $??? million - Canola Processing Plant - Completion 2024 - North Regina
The plant has an initial targeted crush capacity of 2.5 million metric tonnes annually.





https://www.viterra.ca/en/dam/jcr:51...isual-Aids.pdf
https://globalnews.ca/news/7811093/v...-plant-regina/

Sask Power - $120 million - Head Office Renovations - Completion 2023 - Downtown
The building is over 55 years old, has exceeded its life expectancy, and poses health and safety risks unless renovations, including asbestos removal, are completed. The work is currently being done a few floors at a time to minimize the cost and impact on operations.






Sask Power - $67 million - Logistics Warehouse Complex - Completion 2026 - Global Transportation HUB
The complex will house service and support operations, including logistics, metering, fleet, and distribution and transmission operations.



https://www.saskpower.com/about-us/m...ina-properties
Global Transportation Hub Thread

Ecole St. Pius X and Argyle School - $47 million - New Joint School Rebuild - Completion 2023 - South Regina




https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vRO...FSlZh0fvc/view
Update June 9th 2021 - https://www.cjme.com/2021/06/09/work...ool-in-regina/


Regina Police Service - $44 million - Headquarters - Completion 2022 - Downtown
Contractor: Westridge Construction Ltd.
The project includes updating the current police headquarters and connecting it to the old STC building.





https://leaderpost.com/news/local-ne...ice-hq-project

YWCA - $60million - New Facility - Under Construction - Completion 2024 - Cathedral Area
The building's features include residencies, community and picnic space, a café, grocery space and a sweat lodge for ceremony. The facility will also house Mobile Crisis Services and Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan.







https://ywcaregina.com/wp-content/up...ent-report.pdf
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saska...dral-1.5364728
https://www.degreesmagazine.ca/openi...rs/2019/12/10/

Globe Theatre - $31.5 million - Theatre - Completion 2023 - Downtown
The project includes restoring the building envelope, stone restoration, window replacement, and a complete renovation of the interior.


https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saska...ding-1.5257511
THREAD - https://skyscraperpage.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=248565

City of Regina - $16.5 million - Wascana Pool Renewal - Outdoor Waterpark - Completion 2023 - Wascana Centre North

https://www.regina.ca/parks-recreati...-pool-renewal/
THREAD - https://skyscraperpage.com/forum/sho...d.php?t=247060

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Great to see funding for renovations to the Saskatchewan Science Centre. The bathrooms definitely need an overhaul.

https://www.cjme.com/2021/05/06/feds...cts-in-sask-2/
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Because someone had to.

Link to part III.
Thanks yveseluj
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It would be nice if one of you guys could post a run-down of what is happening in Regina.
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Great to see funding for renovations to the Saskatchewan Science Centre. The bathrooms definitely need an overhaul.

https://www.cjme.com/2021/05/06/feds...cts-in-sask-2/
That is great news! I love the Science Center but it’s pretty much the exact same today as it was when I was a kid 30 years ago.
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Looking forward to the Globe Theatre renovations and restoration. On a side note, I am still hoping the city will replace ALL of the Scarth Street brick. Looks so bad and it definitely needs more tree cells and flower planters.







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[QUOTE=one_brick_at_a_time;9273234]Looking forward to the Globe Theatre renovations and restoration. On a side note, I am still hoping the city will replace ALL of the Scarth Street brick. Looks so bad and it definitely needs more tree cells and flower planters.

It is pathetic, and embarrassing. I have said it several times, but the city should never have proceeded with the City Square Plaza until they replaced the downtown sidewalks, and re-did the pavers on the Scarth Street Mall. (yeah, I know it's the Frederick W. Hill Mall, but I could care less).
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Agree 100%.
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I agree. That scarth streeth between 11th and 12th is a bloody eyesore and an embarrassment for the capital city of Saskatchewan.
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I hope with the new Winter City plan, maybe they will start using spaces again like the FW stretch. Downtown is mostly just a big parking lot, but this is a great stretch when you have city workers downtown in non-covid times.
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A grand, classic light up marquee sign and awning is my dream for the Globe renovations. So many theatres of Regina’s past had these.

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A grand, classic light up marquee sign and awning is my dream for the Globe renovations. So many theatres of Regina’s past had these.

Very clever -- I had to look at this carefully before realising it's downtown Regina.
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Very clever -- I had to look at this carefully before realising it's downtown Regina.
Hehe. The Chicago sign I liked the best because of the red.
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I imagine it would say Globe instead? That would be fantastic.
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I imagine it would say Globe instead? That would be fantastic.
Couldn’t find one that said Globe but you are correct.
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Great job, one_brick_at_a_time! That looks awesome!
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That would be wonderful. I was trying to figure out why the new signs at the casino were so blah compared to the old ones. Aside from the classic look that suits the building, there was more dimension and movement in the old one which is something I love. It feels more engaging.
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That would be wonderful. I was trying to figure out why the new signs at the casino were so blah compared to the old ones. Aside from the classic look that suits the building, there was more dimension and movement in the old one which is something I love. It feels more engaging.
LOL @ 'new' signs at the casino! What a joke. So out of place on a historic property.

Casino Regina's motto might as well be 'Taking even more of your money for the provincial coffers, without giving you any fun'
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LOL @ 'new' signs at the casino! What a joke. So out of place on a historic property.

Casino Regina's motto might as well be 'Taking even more of your money for the provincial coffers, without giving you any fun'
Yeah, the previous Casino Regina signs with the flashing bulbs and the style was way more in line with the historical design and class. Disappointment regarding the new ones. Cheap.
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