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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 matt@urbantech.com with the subject line ‘Hualapai Youth Camp Pavilion Projects -Architecture & Engineering Proposal’.

Preference will be given to Indian-owned businesses.

 

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