|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||$ 278 mln|
|Design||HKS Architects, B+H Architects|
|Contractor||PCL Construction Management|
Description: Mosaic Stadium
New stadium in Regina will be built a couple hundred meters from the previous Mosaic Stadium. Initially it was also expected to retain its traditional open layout, but along the 2012’s first renderings the stadium was envisaged as enclosed, with at least partial cover.
Final design was revealed on May 22, 2014 and construction followed just a few months later. Delivery date is expected to be early 2017.
While the anchor tenant, Saskatchewan Roughriders, are expected to provide $25 million and the province grants further $80 million, it’s the city of Regina that will take up one of the largest expenses in its history. The city’s own resources are expected to be at $73 million, while a massive $100 million will come in a loan from the province. Overall the stadium is expected to cost $278 million (US$250m / €180m).
Regina: Mosaic Stadium substantially complete
Both contractor and investor confirm that Canada’s latest football stadium is ready for tests. Some tasks remain, but looking at Mosaic Stadium you know why they announced completion!
Regina: Field installation begins at Mosaic Stadium
Playing surface is currently being installed at the new Mosaic Stadium. Delivered by FieldTurf, it’s expected to be ready in 5 weeks. A CBC.ca report.
Regina: Mosaic Stadium opening game revealed
The City of Regina announced Monday that the University of Regina Rams football team will be hosting the first event at the new Mosaic Stadium.
Canada: Mosaic Stadium already almost 80% complete
General contractor invited members of the press to see progress on the Mosaic Stadium site. The stadium is already 77% complete and only one stand requires significant work.
Canada: Impressive football areas for Roughriders
Though these facilities might not stand the comparison with top US stadia, Canadian Mosaic Stadium will host some of the most impressive football facilities among modern stadiums.
Regina: Will new Mosaic Stadium hold the Grey Cup?
The Riders won't play at a game at the new Mosaic Stadium for more than a year, but the idea of hosting a Grey Cup game there is already floating around.
Regina: Mosaic Stadium reaches 60%
City officials and PCL Construction provided an update to the media on Monday focusing on the roof, lighting and seating for the new stadium. A GlobalNews.ca report.
Regina: Mosaic Stadium 44% complete
It might not seem like it when you look at construction photos, but the project is nearly half-way into construction process. New Mosaic Stadium will be delivered by 2017.
New construction: Here’s Mosaic Stadium growing
Almost a year since groundbreaking, the east side is starting to take shape and almost reached final height. New 33,000-seater is will be ready in 2017. Updates available from now on thanks to City of Regina.
Regina: Roughriders doing their best to relocate fans
Season ticket holders of Saskatchewan Roughriders received surveys with 90 (!) questions regarding their preferences for the new Mosaic Stadium.
Regina: Ground broken for Mosaic Stadium
Construction is officially under way in Regina, expected to last until 2017. So far only excavation works will be carried out, but changes are hoped to come already in the summer.
Canada: Financing the reason for no retractable roof
When Regina announced the new stadium back in 2012, it was considered to possibly include roof over the pitch. This turned out far too expensive, might double the price tag.
Canada: Impressive design for Roughriders unveiled
Considered crucial to the revitalization of Regina, the new stadium design was finally unveiled yesterday. Along renderings the new, quite familiar name was disclosed, starting the 20-year naming rights deal.
Regina: Contractor and designer appointed for new stadium
Later than expected initially, but the selection was finally made. PCL Construction Management will deliver the $280 million stadium, designed by B+H Architects.
New design: New Regina Stadium
Before we know the final design, here are the first renderings of Canada’s latest stadium project, expected to break ground this year. The price for 33,000-capacity ground is expected to reach $278 million.