We understand preserving culture and tradition is important when designing a tribal facility. Tradition is displayed in the entrance of this 67,000sf school, boasting our structurally engineered glass-walled cultural area showcasing a helical salmon sculpture. With its log-wrapped tube-steel columns arranged in a circular fashion supporting a system of stacked 27-inch deep roof beams cantilevering in two directions nearly 24 feet, the tribes' aboriginal territory inlaid map is well protected.
Paschal Sherman received a AIA Spokane Design Citation Award in 2006.
David L. Peden, S.E., LEED AP
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