The main entrance to the station will be at the top right of the station and will lead to twenty-six public parking spaces. The pedestrian marshalling yard, and field and maintenance building will be located to the left of the parking spaces. The pedestrian marshalling yard will serve as additional space for field workers, researchers and others to prepare to go into the field. This can include setting up tents, packing and double checking field supplies.
Above the field and maintenance building there will be two entrances: the garage entrance and the maintenance staff entrance. To the left of the field and maintenance building, there will be field storage and space for future development. Science and technology equipment, vehicles and dry goods will be stored in field storage.
Below the space for future development there will be two housing triplexes. Each triplex will have three units and four bedrooms within each unit, along with common spaces that offer access to wireless internet. There are eight parking spaces allocated for the triplexes, along with housing storage to the left of the triplexes.
To the right of the triplexes will be the main research building. The research building will have two public access entrances at the bottom left of the building and the top right of the building. There will also be a field entrance, bicycle rack and field loading dock at the top left of the building. There will be twelve snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle parking spaces at the bottom right of the main research building. Directly above the main research building there will be the marshalling yard, which is also located below the pedestrian marshalling yard and the field and maintenance building. The marshalling yard will be a large open space, which allows scientists to wash and dry field equipment, and sort and pack field materials.
To the right of the marshalling yard there will be a public outdoor space, the qaggiq, and eleven preferred parking spaces. The qaggiq will be an outdoor space styled as a communal igloo, which will welcome staff and guests to the station. Community activities can also be conducted here.
Surrounding the site are various sensitive organisms that have adapted to specific environmental conditions (e.g. cotton grass, dwarf shrub, etc.).