220 Wall Street

A LEED Gold, Class A office building project, 220 Wall Street, is located in Saskatoon’s vibrant, growing warehouse district. PIC Group Investments Inc. were seeking ‘efficient differentiation’ and a signature building in the emerging warehouse district.

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Location: 220 Wall Street, Saskatoon

Client: PIC Investment Group Inc.

Architect: Kent Sutherland

Status + Schedule: 2010 – 2014

Construction Cost: $10M

Area: 50,000 square feet

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Structural: JC Kenyon Engineering Inc.

Mechanical: MacPherson Engineering Inc.

Electrical: Ritenburg & Associates Ltd.

Specialty Consultant: D-Code Engineering Ltd.

The building is 50,000 square feet of commercial office space on a one level underground parkade. The younger aesthetic of this new business area is exemplified by exposed, industrial materials – perforated steel, wide flange beams, and exposed brick. The history of the site, originally developed in 1912 as the Western Distributors and Perrin Plow & Stove Co. Ltd. buildings, is depicted in railway tracks installed in the new sidewalk (in the same location as they existed in the early 1900’s as a loading dock). The “memory” of the 2 historic buildings that existed on the site is depicted by sandblasted outline in the concrete floors of the new building.

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