Seven Generations A+E to design two clinic facilities for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe

Seven Generations Architecture and Engineering has been selected to provide complete architectural and engineering services for the design of two new clinic facilities for the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe a federally recognized Indian tribe. 

Located in east central Minnesota, the District II East Lake Satellite clinic will be approximately 9,700 sq. ft. and The District I Vineland Clinic will be approximately 66,800 sq. ft. and include:

  • Dental treatment
  • Medical examination
  • Registration and waiting area
  • Lab & X-Ray, Pharmacy
  • Family Services offices
  • Behavioral Health offices
  • Community Support Services
  • Administration offices

In addition, The District I Vineland Clinic will also include:

  • Welcome area/Intake
  • Physical Therapy
  • Imaging
  • Public Health

The buildings Seven Generations A+E designs and creates are more than just structures built with four walls and with a singular purpose in mind. “We have the unique opportunity to get to see what these building mean for tribal citizens culturally.” Managing Director, Jeremy Berg said. “As the buildings get realized, there is a sense of pride and accomplishment for the tribes. They have struggled for so long to be recognized and to be on equal footing. These buildings are culminations of years of efforts by many tribal members who are passionate about this project. We can make a difference; we can help bring that passion to fruition.”