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Concho, Oklahoma

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Property and Supply

About

Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes emergency medical services

Funded by the CARES Act of 2020, this facility supports the efforts of the Tribe to be prepared for another pandemic or natural disaster. The primary function of this facility is to store and track inventory to be delivered throughout the tribal lands. Things such as furniture, PPE supplies, medical supplies, toilet paper, clothing, etc.…  The facility has a climate-controlled storage area for temperature-sensitive items.  The day-to-day staff has office space with a break room and restroom facilities. The exterior’s aesthetical appearance mimics the area’s natural landscape with the rolling prairies and beautiful sunsets.  Energy efficient light fixtures and HVAC equipment are utilized to help reduce energy consumption.

Details

Size:

Approx. 5,900 SF

Location:

Concho, Oklahoma

Project Owner:

Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes

Year Completed:

Construction: 2021

Project Role:

Prime A-E Firm – Project Management, Architecture, Planning & Interior Design