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By Dan Rudy 

Residential school big feature for Institute concepts

 

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In these two conceptual renderings for Wrangell's Institute site, options are given for how to allocate space at the 134-acre property between residential, educational, and healthcare interests. At right, Concept 2 garnered a slight edge among attendees to Monday's meeting. However, due to the lay of the land and existing timber roads, it may be the most difficult to implement.

WRANGELL - The planning team for future development at Wrangell's former Institute site returned this week for a second round of public discussions.

At a presentation Monday night, information gleaned from previous sessions in March had been narrowed down into three different concepts.

Project lead Chris Mertl of Corvus Design was joined by architect James Bibb of NorthWind Architects and analyst Meilani Schijvens of Rain Coast Data. A surveyor with R&M Engineering joined them the following day for open door design sessions with city staff and members of the public.

Mertl prefaced Monday's...



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