The Government of Canada purchased this property to spearhead the redevelopment of downtown Regina and provide a one-stop shop for government services. It is currently known as the Alvin Hamilton Building, and was the first Regina project to obtain LEED certification (Silver). The base building work included the complete demolition and reconstruction of all mechanical and electrical systems, and all interior and exterior finishes. PCL's Special Projects division ensured that the only non-participating tenant, a three-level bank, maintained uninterrupted operations throughout construction.
The building consists of three lower levels and nine tower levels. The tower curtain wall system was retrofitted, and the exterior of the lower levels was completely replaced with new glazing, aluminium panels, and granite finishes. The interior and building systems were all replaced and finished, ready for tenant fit out. Due to expertise and a team-oriented approach, PCL was awarded a number of subsequent projects, including the completion of all tenant fit-ups and moves, additional reroofing, reconstruction of the adjacent parkade, and a similar retrofit of another building nearby.