Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi Indian Head Start

The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi Indian Tribe (NHBP), was searching for adequate space that would allow for full functionality of their day care program by the start of school. The tribe needed their new facility to blend into the rural wooded area out of respect for the land. Without a timely solution, they would risk losing their grant money as well as their entire day care program. Our team proposed a solution that included the design and construction of a building and all required site work with completion in just 10 weeks. The overall design and building layout maintained existing green space and trees. The building includes; an office, kitchen, modified restrooms for children, and a large open area. With an aggressive timeline, the Head Start opened at the start of school allowing NHBP to keep their program and continue educating future generations.

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PERMANENT DAY CARE TO BLEND IN WITH NATURAL LANDSCAPE