Stó:lo Resource Centre

Project Description

The Stó:lo Resource Centre(SRC) was completed in 2010 in the heart of S’ólh Téméxw (‘Our World; Our Land’) on the Coqualeetza Grounds in Chilliwack, B.C. Prior site of the Coqualeetza Residential School. Based on the traditional form of Qoqolaxel (the innovative inverted gable ‘Watery-Eaves’ longhouse at the junction of the Chilliwack & Fraser valleys), the Stó:lo People built a Siy:ám House; a place of respect, a place of culture, knowledge, economy, & sharing. Light House is proud to have managed the facility’s path to achieve LEED Gold Certification.

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Project Details

  • LocationChilliwack, BC
  • TypeCommunity Centre
  • Size25,000 sq.ft.
  • CompletionMay 2013
  • CertificationLEED Gold Certified
  • ClientStolo Nation Society
  • Services ProvidedLEED Project Management