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City of Regina Parks and Facilities Yard Development

Maximizing efficiencies and site flows

  • 52K

    Square Feet

  • Regina, Saskatchewan

    Regina, Saskatchewan

Helping the City of Regina consolidate nine departments, four buildings, and multiple yards into one facility

The goal of the City of Regina Parks and Facilities Yard project (PYFD) was to consolidate nine departments from various facilities into one existing City property. This facility would include shop and repair garage spaces, a large open office space, collaborative area, flexible staff staging areas, meeting areas, and complete locker, shower, and mud room facilities.

The site planning includes a new storage building that is partially heated and an extensive yard compound for fleet vehicles, including power where required. There’s laydown space in secure compounds for department equipment, additional laydown space for short- and long-term needs, and a new fuel island with above-ground tanks located to minimize the traffic flow through the site. In addition, the site includes a storage building with three distinct areas: a cold storage area, a cold vehicle-storage area for sensitive equipment, and a heated fleet-garage building.

Gaining approvals for the new facility required that the design could be built within the available budget—this meant extensive value engineering to meet the City’s requirements and accommodate as many needs as possible. The design team worked closely with the client group to strategize a phased approach to successfully design for today while maintaining flexibility to expand key areas in the future.

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