Salish Village

Ferndale, WA

Landscape Architecture, Architecture, Fueling System Design

The Challenge

Salish Village Travel Center is a 22 acre site in Ferndale, WA. Barghausen was contracted by our customer, Lummi Commercial Company, for site development, including:

  • An 11,000 square foot tribal convenience store with drive-through tobacco
  • Eight auto fueling islands
  • Eight high speed diesel islands 
  • A truck scale

In addition, the project site includes ample room for auto and truck queuing, ample parking for automobiles, 80 truck parking, and three 1.5 acre retail out-pads (one for wetlands, water quality, and storm). 

One very unique challenge our team faced with the Salish Village Travel Center was designing the project to Lummi Tribal design standards, including cultural artwork. In addition, the program for the facility was to include the most popular pre-prepared food and drink options as well as enhanced tobacco options consistent with most tribal convenience stores.

The Solution

Our customer, Lummi Commercial Company, engaged our team for the following services during the scope of the Salish Village Travel Center project:

  • Architecture
  • Fuel system design 
  • Landscape architecture

Why Barghausen?

Since 1982, Barghausen has provided high quality civil engineering, architecture, and land surveying services to residential and commercial services to clients nationwide.

From land use planning to fuel system design and more, Barghausen is a one-stop shop for not only sound project design, but also effective and hands-on project management - every step of the way.

Barghausen was founded with a deep commitment to customer service, expert engineering, and effective site planning. That’s why clients like Lummi Commercial Company trust Barghausen with even the highest demand projects for over 30 years.