Four Host First Nations Pavilion

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Location:
Vancouver, BC

Project manager:
Michael Keenan

Owner:
VANOC

Contract:
CCDC2

Consultant:
Hotson Bakker Boniface Haden

Project value:
$1,200,000

Completion Date:
02/01/09

LEED:
N/A

In 2009, Heatherbrae constructed the Four Host First Nation Pavilion in Vancouver, BC. This temporary structure showcased Canada’s aboriginal culture and heritage for the duration of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics. The pavilion featured a high-tech 3,000 square-foot sphere, surrounded by a Coast Salish Longhouse. The Longhouse, which features a 1,500 square-foot Trading Post, has been relocated after the Games as a permanent legacy.