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Mott MacDonald to design new Roughriders’ Stadium

The City of Regina has released Mott MacDonald’s concept design for a new 33,000-seat stadium in Regina, Saskatchewan. The company was hired by the city of Regina in June 2012 to provide engineering, architectural and public private...

October 23, 2012   Canadian Consulting Engineer

The City of Regina has released Mott MacDonald’s concept design for a new 33,000-seat stadium in Regina, Saskatchewan. The company was hired by the city of Regina in June 2012 to provide engineering, architectural and public private partnership advisory services on the $278-million project.

The new facility will replace the city’s existing Mosaic Stadium, which was built in 1910 and is home to the CFL’s Saskatchewan Roughriders. The existing stadium, which is one of the oldest buildings in the Canadian Football League, will be demolished, releasing land for “urban regeneration.”

The new stadium will feature an innovative spectator roof, which will protect fans from the weather while still being an open-air facility. The architect for Mott MacDonald is P3A with advisors Pattern Design.

Construction of the stadium is due to begin late 2013, with completion expected in 2017.

Mott Macdonald is a U.K. based company associated with Hatch Mott Macdonald (Hatch and Mott Macdonald joined in 1996).  Mott MacDonald has recently established a buildings prsence in North America.


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