Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe – Yavapai Indian Cultural Center

The Yavapai Indian Cultural Center project will provide the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe with a facility designed to support Yavapai cultural preservation and education. The new, 21,706 gsf building will accommodate a museum, a cultural center, and a large auditorium. Within the cultural center multipurpose classrooms, a small conference room, a video recording/post production room, and an audio recording/mixing space will be incorporated into our designs. Outside the building, a dance space will be provided with design services to reinforce activities that serve the area. Convergent Technologies is currently providing design expertise for audiovisual systems design and supporting infrastructure, acoustics, noise & vibration control, telecommunications systems design and supporting infrastructure, electronic access control and video surveillance systems design, local area network, wireless local area network and private branch exchange telephone electronics. Additionally, Convergent Technologies is working to integrate the aforementioned systems to develop criteria that relates culturally to Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe. This project is currently on hold after completion of Construction Documents phase, awaiting funding.

Location: Prescott, Arizona
Architect: SmithGroupJJR, Phoenix, AZ
Gross Square Footage: 21,706 gsf

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