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Architect sought for Arizona youth camp pavilion

The Hualapai Indian Tribe is looking for an architect for a community pavilion on its youth camp in Arizona

The £600,000 project includes a new community pavilion and a nearby restroom and laundry facility.

The pavilion must accommodate up to 200 people in rowed seating and should not include catering facilities. It is expected to be around 390m².

The second building will feature a 45m² restroom facility, 15m² plant room and 13m² laundry.

The Hualapai are a tribe of Native Americans whose traditional territory stretches from the Grand Canyon to their tribal capital in Peach Springs.

The Hualapai Youth Camp is situated within a ponderosa pine forest close to Route 66 and Peach Springs.

The deadline for entries is 4pm Arizona Time on 17 April. Submissions should be sent to with the subject line ‘Hualapai Youth Camp Pavilion Projects -Architecture & Engineering Proposal’.

Preference will be given to Indian-owned businesses.


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