Regina – Buildings & Civil Construction

In 1914​, Ernest Poole rented a small office on 12th Avenue as a home for his contracting company. Today, PCL Regina is the leader in buildings and civil construction in Southern Saskatchewan. We have been a part of building the Queen City for over 100 years, with landmark projects like City Hall, Regina General Hospital, Hill Towers I and II, RCMP Heritage Centre, Mosaic Stadium, and the First Nations University of Canada just to name a few.
With an emphasis on innovation, LEAN effectiveness, and sustainable construction, we specialize in the commercial, civil, and industrial markets in Southern Saskatchewan. In addition, our versatile Special Projects division provides PCL-level expertise and service on even the smallest of projects.
We are proud to be involved in our local community. Some of the groups PCL Regina passionately supports include the United Way, Hospitals of Regina, Regina Minor Football, Kids Sport, Crimestoppers, Humane Society, Regina Food Bank, Hope’s Home and many others. 
Walk through our doors and you will find an abundance of history and a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
Small or large, interior or exterior, above ground or below, old or new—if you can imagine it, we can build it.


PCL Construction Management Inc.

Regina - Buildings & Civil Construction 1433 1st Avenue Regina, SK S4R 8H2 Canada 306-347-4200
General Inquiries
To apply for a job at PCL, please visit the Careers at PCL page. Please do not submit resumes through the e-mail links above.


  • Mosaic Stadium Construction Reaches Substantial Completion

    ​Regina, Saskatchewan (August 31, 2016) – PCL Construction Management Inc. achieved a significant construction milestone today: substantial completion of the new $278.2 million Mosaic Stadium in Regina.
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  • PCL Reveals New Dome at Saskatchewan Legislature

    ​At dusk on May 16, 2016, PCL Construction Management Inc. and the Saskatchewan Ministry of Central Services were proud to unveil the finished restoration of the copper dome on the Saskatchewan Legislative Building. 
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