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Tsleil–Waututh Admin & Health Centre North Vancouver, BC

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LTA was selected as the successful proponent in a competitive RFP process for this project, which began with a comprehensive Feasibility Study. The Tsleil-Waututh landholding, on a sloping site in North Vancouver with rich natural topography, is 246 acres in area. The Nation wished to develop a Master Plan with a particular focus on a community campus that would serve as the hub of the community's administration, health, education, governance functions, social services, commercial functions, cultural engagement functions, and security functions to preserve official records and a significant collection of historical artifacts.

A key requirement was to create a Master Plan expressive of Tsleil-Waututh philosophy, cultural heritage, and to establish a framework within which the community can grow as their future needs evolve.

LTA is now continuing on the design of the central village area to be anchored and dominated by the Multiplex and Health Centre. In this process we are developing a campus concept in the context of community growth, natural attributes, civil infrastructure, and other compatible future land uses.

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  • Client:Tsleil–Waututh First Nation
  • Type:First Nations
  • Size:2,880m² (31,000ft²)
  • Status:Under Construction
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Tsleil–Waututh Admin & Health Centre

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Tsleil–Waututh Admin & Health Centre

North Vancouver, BC

LTA was selected as the successful proponent in a competitive RFP process for this project, which began with a comprehensive Feasibility Study. The Tsleil-Waututh landholding, on a sloping site in North Vancouver with rich natural topography, is 246 acres in area. The Nation wished to develop a Master Plan with a particular focus on a community campus that would serve as the hub of the community's administration, health, education, governance functions, social services, commercial functions, cultural engagement functions, and security functions to preserve official records and a significant collection of historical artifacts.

A key requirement was to create a Master Plan expressive of Tsleil-Waututh philosophy, cultural heritage, and to establish a framework within which the community can grow as their future needs evolve.

LTA is now continuing on the design of the central village area to be anchored and dominated by the Multiplex and Health Centre. In this process we are developing a campus concept in the context of community growth, natural attributes, civil infrastructure, and other compatible future land uses.

Details

  • Client Tsleil–Waututh First Nation
  • Type First Nations
  • Size 2,880m² (31,000ft²)
  • Status Under Construction

Program

  • Band administration offices including spaces for: Chief and Council; Justice; Finance; IT; Human Resources; Treaty, Lands & Resources Program; Public Works; and Economic Development plus Health Centre and Community Development offices.
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