Sanostee is a small town in northwestern New Mexico. The Bureau of Indian Affairs contracted with Cromwell to provide schematic programming and preliminary design of a replacement school for the community. That information was incorporated into a Design Build solicitation. The scope of the project included a replacement school to accommodate grades Kindergarten through 3rd grade with a target enrollment of 60 students. The project was designed to be LEED-NC Silver, and included general and specialized classrooms, educational support areas (kitchen/dining, library/media center), an administrative area, athletic and recreational facilities, and utilities and site development consisting of access road(s), parking, sewage lagoon, curb and gutter, exterior lighting, sidewalks and playgrounds. The campus was built on approximately 40 acres of tribal trust land. Cromwell partnered with Garver Engineers for the execution of this project.