Fonds consists of personal, professional, and business records generated by Saskatchewan architect Clifford Wiens, 1953-1990. Although arrangement and processing are not complete, the records are found in three series: Personal, General Office Files, and Project Files. The Personal series contains biographical information, financial records, health records, insurance files, publications by and about Clifford Wiens, speeches, presentations, interviews, and files relating to exhibitions and shows. Contained in the General Office Files series are the administrative records of Wiens' architectural firm relating to financial matters, personnel, equipment and supplies, competitions, conferences, travel, insurance, maintenance, property, public relations, communications, and correspondence with professional associations, government agencies, boards and committees, juries, and businesses. The financial records are extensive, dating from 1958-1982 and including financial statements, expense reports, corporate tax returns, appointment books, ledgers, auditors' reports, accounts, and routine bookkeeping documents. By far the most voluminous series is the Project Files which comprise approximately 32 meters of textual records and 5,200 drawings and plans relating to all phases of conception, design, tendering, and construction of Wien's work from 1958-1990. The projects range from small repairs, renovations, and additions, to heritage restorations, to large public buildings and commercial complexes, and include schools, churches, office buildings, stores, warehouses, picnic shelters and campsites, monuments, markers, and roadside signs, houses and apartments, hotels and motels. Proposals for projects that were never built have also been retained. Arranged chronologically by project number, the files contain feasibility studies, requirements, proposals, contracts, tenders, change orders and change memos, test reports, drawings and plans, presentation boards, revisions, approvals, meeting minutes and notes, specifications, quotations and cost estimates, progress reports and invoices, transmittal forms, furniture lists, schedules, inspection reports, shop drawings, photographs, models, colour schemes, recommendations and observations, interior designs, consultants' reports, field instructions, correspondence with clients and contractors, and other documents.