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FREDERICK W. HILL MALL

The Frederick W. Hill Mall is central to the urban heart of Regina. Our firm played a significant role in the revitalization of the Mall and its heritage buildings between 1990 and 1997. The City of Regina and Regina's Market Square downtown business group were clients during this period, for a number of distinct planning, design, and construction phases. The first project was to renew the pedestrian mall floor plate and define it as a "signature precinct". This commenced with a public consultation process and the project was then fast-tracked so as to be completed prior to freeze up within the same year. The project included major underground services upgrades, piling, concrete planter/benches and interlocking pavers.

The second phase of the project involved the creation of a ground level climate controlled walkway on the east side of the pedestrian mall. The walkway is accommodated within the depth of the original, large recessed storefronts. It incorporates a traditional shopping arcade with smaller display windows and series of doorways to the exterior. The final phase of the project was the restoration and rehabilitation of many of the heritage façades on this block. The façade restoration and rehabilitation, paving and street furniture of the mall, and climate controlled walkway serve to strengthen and consolidate the heritage character of the Frederick W. Hill Mall and establish it as a destination for visitors, shoppers, and commerce.

Frederick W. Hill Mall
Regina, Saskatchewan

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