The Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes

A former hospital built in 1964, the St. Ignatius Community Health Clinic operates with full clinic services. In 2012, the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes decided to expand and remodel the existing clinic.

The project includes durable materials such as stone, brick, and metal siding. Angled columns form trusses that support a drive-under canopy and continue into the lobby and waiting rooms spaces. Large clerestory windows illuminate the waiting room, which has been designed to improve patient flow, wayfinding, and privacy.


2017 – Engineering Excellence Awards – Top Honors for Building/Technology Systems

Photo credit: Chris Chapman Photography

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