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Lucy F. Covington Government Center
The Colville Tribal Government Center (later renamed), is a 160,000-square-foot building that was completed in 2015 when the former headquarters burned down in 2013. The $45.8 million dollar project was later renamed after Lucy F. Covington, who was the first woman president of the National Congress of American Indians. This is a three-story center with two wings connected by an atrium. The building’s exterior is made to resemble a weaved basket pattern, symbolizing a traditional craft for the tribes.
This building brings 65+ programs under one roof for all the tribal members it serves. It contains multi-use meeting rooms, a gym, café, support facilities and upgraded technologies. The overall building design is meant to respond to the surrounding nature, but also incorporate tradition, culture, progress, and growth. Paragon’s Airflow Sensing elements were installed in ductwork all around the building, providing ease of installation and accurate measurement of the airflow coming into each space.
|Duct Insertion Airflow Sensing Element|
|Project Type:||Government Building|
|Owner:||Colville Confederated Tribes|