ohkay owingeh community school | ohkay owingeh pueblo - ohkay owingeh, new mexico
taos headstart | taos pueblo - taos, new mexico
The Taos Pueblo Head Start facility uses an historic 1,000 SF former BIA Teacher’s Quarters as administrative offices with 7,500 SF of new head start and day care wrapped around it. The circular form of the main instructional area, with its expanding segments is meant to symbolize the protective circle of family and tribe as well as the expanding horizons developed through education. The building has 14” adobe walls, exposed vigas and wood deck, and clad wood double-hung windows to make it compatible with the architecture of the surrounding Pueblo.
santa clara regional adult day care | santa clara pueblo - espanola, new mexico
The Santa Clara Regional Adult Day Care is a 10,000 SF facility designed in 2002 to accommodate the needs of families caring for elders at home when the caregivers need a break, or to work, or simply to give the elders a place to socialize with their contemporaries. The building also contains offices for Seniors Programs staff and Community Health Representatives. It is located on a sloping site between the existing senior center and the Tribal Administration building.
los alamos judicial/police-jail project | los alamos, new mexico
This new facility includes Public Lobby/Integrated Support space, Judicial Administration and Court Staff, Court Programs, Courts, Prosecutor, Public Defender, Probation, Police Administration and Dispatch, Patrol and Criminal Investigation, Administration/Control Visiting, Intake/Release, Adult and Juvenile Detention, Detention Programs, Kitchen, Laundry and other support space and associated site improvements. *this project was managed by Larry Anderson previously with NCA Architects.
lummi nation k-12 school | bellingham, washington
The project consisted of the design and construction of the K-12 school building complex including both on-site and off-site work. Included in the building project are the main classroom wings, a library, two gymnasiums, administrative support spaces for elementary and high schools, a separate maintenance and operations building that incorporates a totem-carving shop, and a field house near the outdoor athletic fields. *this project was managed by Larry Anderson previously with WHPacific.
isleta assisted living facility and elderly center | pueblo of isleta - isleta, new mexico
The project consists of two 10 Unit Assisted Living Facilities with a total of 15,170 square feet and a 15,990 square foot Elderly Center on an approximately 3 acre site adjacent to the existing Isleta Pueblo Elderly Senior Center. *this project was managed by Larry Anderson previously with NCA Architects.
santa fe indian school administration building | santa fe, new mexico
The Santa Fe Indian School’s new Administration Building is a 19,000 square foot office building located on the SFIS campus and is the focal point of visitors, staff and students as they enter the campus. This facility features a 2-story dramatic Lobby/Reception area and offices for School Administration, Compliance and Accountability, Admission and Records, Human Resources, Trust Land/Natural Resources and Leadership. *this project was managed by Larry Anderson previously with NCA Architects.
laguna integrated justice center | laguna pueblo, new mexico
This facility projected at 93,590 square feet will include Tribal Courts, Law Enforcement and Detention. The project includes 68 Adult Male, 36 Adult Female, 8 Juvenile Boys, 8 Juvenile Girls, and 6 Juvenile Boys or Girls (Swing) beds for a total 126 beds. The estimated construction cost is $23,949,817 not including off-site utilities and highway improvements. *this project was managed by Larry Anderson previously with NCA Architects.
santa claran kitchen and dining renovation | santa clara, new mexico
camel rock casino bar addition and renovations | pueblo of tesuque, new mexico
first nations community healthsource | albuquerque, new mexico
navajo technical university student housing | navajo nation - crownpoint, new mexico
buffalo design's primary focus and expertise is the planning and design of facilities for Native American tribes and other Native American organizations; over 90% of our firm's work is for Native Americans. Clients return to buffalo design again and again because of our extensive record of providing design services that are both within budget and on time, two elements absolutely critical to any project.
buffalo design provides professional planning, architecture, interior design and sustainable design services in New Mexico and the Southwest for new construction and modernization of existing facilities. We assist our clients with the initial planning and research for proposed projects including master planning, code compliance reviews, architectural design, interior space planning and facility assessments and site evaluations for existing and new projects.
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