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Architectural Partners Announced for Biindigen Well-Being Centre

Parkin Architects is pleased to announce our collaboration as one of the architectural partners for the Biindigen Well-Being Centre in Hamilton, Ontario, alongside mcCallumSather and David T. Fortin Architect.

The Biindigen Well-Being Centre will serve as the new home for De dwa da dehs nye>s Aboriginal Health Centre, Niwasa Kendaaswin Teg, and Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services. Located in the McQuesten Neighborhood, which has a 6% Indigenous population, the centre is designed to meet the community’s diverse needs as a health facility, residential development, and community center.

“Parkin is honoured to be participating in this exciting project to create a new community hub that will promote Indigenous healthcare. We look forward to working with our partners to develop a healing environment that integrates both traditional and modern medicine, revitalizing an urban site in the process,” said Brent Whiteley, Principal at Parkin Architects Limited.

To read more about this amazing project, click HERE.

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