Nadleh Whut’enne Yah Administration and Cultural Building

Fort Fraser
British Columbia

The cultural hub of the Nadleh Whut’enne First Nation in Fort Fraser, the administration and cultural building serves many functions, including Band Administration, health clinic and offers classroom, recreation, assembly spaces and supports a community kitchen. The building design is based on a 100+ year facility lifespan, with green building principles grounded in, and inspired by, Passive House design concepts

Lighting is beautifully integrated into the architecture while providing effective illumination for the various functions of the building and respecting the need for low maintenance in this remote community

Nadleh Whut'en First Nation Council

Evans + WAI Architects in Joint Venture

WSP Group


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