Łáu,Welnew Tribal School

OWNER/DEVELOPER:

Wsáneć School Board

ARCHITECT:

McFarland Marceau Architects

SECTOR:

Education K-12

AME ROLE:1

Mechanical Design

Completed:

2022

Location:

South Saanich Indian Reserve No.1, BC

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

The Łáu,welnew Tribal School, initially constructed in 1989, has undergone multiple renovations throughout the years. As part of this project, the existing school buildings were expanded, and the gymnasium was replaced. To ensure seamless integration, a comprehensive investigation of the existing building systems was conducted.

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In designing the project, careful consideration was given to future growth and expansion of the school. The proposed design solutions prioritize sustainability by incorporating energy-efficient and environmentally-friendly features. The ultimate objective is to streamline operations, reduce energy consumption, and minimize operational costs.

By focusing on enhancing the school’s infrastructure, this project aims to create an enriched and sustainable learning environment for both the students and the community.