World Class Building

Located along the South Saskatchewan River in downtown Saskatoon on Treaty 6 territory and the traditional homeland of the Métis, the stunning Nutrien Tower at River Landing opened in 2022, forever redefining the city’s skyline.

Four years in the making, Nutrien Tower through its many features pays homage to the province of Saskatchewan while being a picturesque, modern-designed workplace where employees can innovate, inspire, and engage.

A Sense of Place




Nutrien Tower was designed and outfitted to reflect the culture and rich heritage of our city and province.

A Symbol of Pride

A Symbol of Pride

Our new home celebrates 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

  • At 88 metres, it is the highest office tower in the province and has redefined Saskatoon’s skyline.
  • Nutrien Tower was designed to evoke the image of a sheaf of wheat swaying in the wind.
  • On the 18th floor, an employee lounge and rooftop winter garden features real trees, a spacious patio with fire pits, and an indoor games area available for all tenants. From this spectacular vantage point, Nutrien’s Cory and Vanscoy potash mine sites can be seen in the distance.
  • Nutrien Tower was built to achieve a best-in-class LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating. For example, special glass was selected in consideration of the cold winters that retains heat while enabling 95 percent of employees to enjoy natural light at their desks.
  • In support of our equity, diversity, and inclusiveness goals, a smudging room recognizes the Indigenous people of the surrounding lands and the history of the River Landing site. Other features include gender-neutral washrooms and first-aid rooms equipped for nursing mothers.
  • Received Rick Hansen Accessibility certification, representative of going above and beyond building code to ensure the building is accessible to those with disabilities. Examples include braille on all signage and wider corridors for those with limited mobility.
  • Tracking to two-star Fitwel certification thanks to the inclusion of employee-engaging wellness amenities like a tech-free zone and a reflection room set up for prayer and/or meditation.
  • Through unique architectural finishes and custom graphics, each floor tells a piece of Nutrien’s story, while showcasing the significance of potash mining to Saskatchewan. Themes include mining, technology, transportation, farming, the natural environment, and community.
  • Exterior LED lighting allows for colours to be changed to reflect support and celebration of important events around the city and province. Examples could include orange for Every Child Matters, multi-colour for LGBTQ+ Pride.
  • With investing locally a priority, Nutrien awarded the construction contract to Ledcor, whose teaming agreement with Whitecap Dakota First Nation contributed 11 percent of total construction hours. In addition, all furniture was sourced through Saskatoon businesses.
  • The 10-foot tall Nutrien sign on the outside of the new building is the tallest sign in Saskatchewan.
  • As a company focused on the environment, 77 percent of construction waste totaling approximately 135,000 kg was diverted away from landfills.
  • Nutrien’s space includes 230 glass doors which are also referred to as “vault doors” because these double-glazed pivot doors weigh over 350 pounds each.
  • As a design requirement by the Meewasin Valley Authority, the exterior glass facade has many angles so the sun reflects off it, reducing the risk of birds flying into the glass.


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