Jamestown K'lallam Tribe Public Safety Complex

Interior Render 2.png
6.png
Interior Render 1.png
Interior Render 2.png
6.png
Interior Render 1.png

Jamestown K'lallam Tribe Public Safety Complex

0.00

Client: Jamestown K’lallam Tribe

Location: Sequim, WA

Square Feet:  6,400 SF

Project Keywords: Courthouse Design, Public Safety, Design for Tribal Communities, Restorative Justice

Project Description:

The KMB architects design team worked with the Jamestown S’klallam tribe to design a highly function facility which met a variety of community needs. The building includes a Courtroom designed as a highly functional and multi-purpose space for hearing civil cases, while also providing a public meeting space for the local community. The second half of the building houses the tribes Fish and Wildlife program, which oversees permits and enforces capture limits. There is significant overlap in administrative function for the court house and Fish and Wildlife, creating a collaborative space with shared resources in the new facility. Additional program components include conference rooms, interview spaces, offices and public reception.

Add To Cart