On the Horizon

In Saskatchewan, and growing communities around the world, our roots run deep.

In 2021-2022, we’ll establish fresh roots at River Landing in Saskatoon and open Nutrien Tower – a world-class building that will help us grow for decades to come.

A Sense of Place

A Statement of Pride

We’re designing and outfitting Nutrien Tower to reflect the culture and rich heritage of our city and province.

A Symbol of Pride

A Symbol of Pride

Our new home will celebrate the role of Canadian potash and agriculture in global food production.

A Statement of Purpose

A Statement of Pride

The Tower speaks to our purpose and commitment to aim high, raise standards and grow a better world.

At A Glance

  • Nutrien will be the anchor tenant of a new 18 story tower that will be located at River Landing in downtown Saskatoon. When completed, it will be tallest building in the province of Saskatchewan.
  • The top nine floors will house Nutrien’s executive leadership and corporate teams. Modern and flexible spaces will support our large and growing Potash, Procurement, Finance, Information Technology, Human Resources, Legal, Sales, and Sustainability teams in Saskatchewan.
  • Nutrien Tower is expected to be complete in late 2021 or early 2022 pending any construction delays.
  • The tower’s exterior design has been inspired by the profile of a wheat sheaf. It will feature decorative lighting that can be programmed to change colour to celebrate the seasons or significant community events.
  • The tower is expected to play a key role in downtown Saskatoon’s renewal and help River Landing reach its full potential as a cultural and recreational destination.
  • The tower is being built with an eye to the future, exceeding global standards for sustainability, safety and technology. From the ground up, Nutrien Tower will be an environmentally responsible, energy efficient building, with developers targeting LEED Gold Certification. 
  • Nutrien is also targeting LEED Gold for the interiors, along with Fitwell, wellbeing accreditation and the Rick Hanson Foundation Accessibility Certification.
Workplace of the Future Coming to Saskatoon

Workplace of the Future Coming to Saskatoon

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Saskatoon-based Architect Hired for Nutrien Tower

Saskatoon-based Architect Hired for Nutrien Tower

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From vision to reality: Nutrien Tower emerges from the ground

From vision to reality: Nutrien Tower emerges from the ground

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Nutrien Tower takes first big step towards reality

Nutrien Tower takes first big step towards reality

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Time Lapse Images

Here’s a look at the current status of Nutrien Tower which is going up between the Alt Hotel on the right of the screen, and the district’s East Tower. The three buildings will encircle a beautiful public gathering space which has been named Kay Nasser Plaza. View the live images here.

Tower

 

Tower Progress

 

Common Questions and Answers

When will Nutrien Tower open?
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Nutrien Tower is expected to open in late 2021 or early 2022. As with any large-scale project, weather and construction delays could affect our timeline to opening.

Why River Landing?
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River Landing is the heart of Saskatoon and becoming the place where people come together to celebrate, connect and build community. We wanted to be a part of it and help River Landing reach its full potential. We also know that our employees will appreciate River Landing’s easy access to the Meewasin Valley Trail, downtown green spaces and amenities, public transportation and a growing cultural scene.

Why do you need a new building?
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We’re growing. We needed a larger, and more flexible, workplace to accommodate our needs today and into the future. We also saw the value of a modern building with the technology and capacity to help our people connect, innovate and collaborate from anywhere in the world.

How many employees will work at Nutrien Tower?
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Approximately 350 employees will transfer to the new building with room for 75 additional employees in the future. Our Potash, Procurement, Finance, IT, HR, Legal, Sales, and Sustainability teams in Saskatchewan are large and growing so we have designed our spaces to accommodate more people,  over time.

What benchmarks have been set for environmental sustainability?
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Nutrien Tower will meet some of the world’s highest standards for green building design, construction and operation. We are seeking LEED Gold certification for Nutrien Tower – which means that the building will be designed and built with energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reduction, improved indoor environmental quality, and stewardship of resources in mind.

What is the overall economic impact of Nutrien Tower’s construction and operation?
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Overall, the cost to construct Nutrien Tower is estimated to be $135 million, drawing on the services of local suppliers and creating hundreds of jobs through the construction and commissioning phases of the project. When it opens, Nutrien Tower and its occupants will be major contributors to economic development and activity in downtown Saskatoon.

What aspects of the city and province are reflected in the Tower’s design?
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Much of the building’s interior design and décor will reflect the special city and province we call home. Artwork, fixtures and finishes will speak to our focus on potash, agriculture and the other crop nutrients we produce as well as the Saskatoon landmarks and Saskatchewan landscapes we all know and love.

What are key differences between Nutrien’s current building and the Tower?
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Our new building will make more efficient use of space by providing a diverse set of meeting rooms, collaborative spaces and flexible workstations. It has also been designed to better support the health and wellness of employees, including exercise, reflective and smudging rooms to help people disconnect, recharge and stay well.

What will happen to Nutrien’s current building?
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We are working with real estate consultants to lease our existing building after we relocate and then plan to sell the building in due course.

Questions? Email: Nutrien Tower