EOP Architects 201 West Short Street | Ste 700 Lexington Kentucky 40507 859 231 7538 322 East Main Street Louisville Kentucky 40202 502 805 0311 www.eopa.com Â© 2018 EOP Architects. All rights reserved.
About EOP Architects With offices in Lexington and Louisville, Kentucky, EOP Architects has designed projects throughout the United States as well as China. Rick Ekhoff and Paul Ochenkoski
commitment to client service and a
founded the firm in 1981; Richard
passion for creative challengesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;have
Polk joined shortly afterwards and
fostered our success and defined our
was promoted to principal in 1989.
reputation for outstanding design. The
Together, the three established
firm has received numerous regional
a cultural foundation and core
and national design awards, and
philosophy focused on design and
earned the 2010 AIA Kentucky Firm of
the Year Award.
In 2006, leadership was expanded to
Project types include academic,
include architect Brent Bruner and
hospitality, mixed-use, recreation/
interior designer Chris Estes. And in
fitness, workplace, research, health
2019 three architects were elevated to
care, residential and retail. Clientele
principal: Ben Simmons, Daniel Ware
has included both the public and
and Kevin Gough.
private sector and ranged from federal, state and local government
These valuesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;combined with
institutions to Fortune 500
client diversification, an unwavering
corporations and private developers.
1981 Firm Founded in Lexington
Repeat Client Business
We shape our buildings; thereafter, they shape us. Winston Churchill
The design of any new school must incorporate an integrated security system. This security system must allow for easy identification of all personnel and visitors, more efficient use of video monitoring, integrated alarm systems and electronic access control, while maintaining a healthy, vibrant and exciting environment for learning.
EOP is enhancing security for the Brenda Cowan Elementary School, Lexington’s largest elementary school. Some of the security improvements include: • Installing security alarms to all exterior doors • Upgrading facilities to include cameras, security systems and other enhancements • Securing all vestibules with double-entry access • Employing external vendors to monitor possible threats on social media and other public forums
Great design is a recruiting tool and leads to increased enrollment, engagement & retention Campus identity promotes a sense of culture, pride & place.
Dynamic learning environments promote intellectual curiosity & academic growth. Energetic social spaces promote meaningful student interaction & relationships.
We incorporate affordable, efficient sustainable elements into every project Some projects will pursue LEED certification; others will not. Regardless, we make it a priority for each project to integrate sustainable and energy-efficient solutions. Energy costs are on the rise; we can help you capitalize on all opportunities for energy and cost savings. EOP led the sustainable design effort with Berea Collegeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lincoln Hall, the first LEED-certified building in Kentucky, and Bereaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Boone Tavern, the first LEED-certified hotel [Gold].
Learning spaces are the backbone of the school We design spaces that are conducive to various teaching and learning styles. Our passion is to create dynamic learning spaces that promote curiosity and growth.
General Classrooms We design comfortable and functional rooms from large lecture halls to small classrooms. Flexible Design In some designs, desks give way to tables and chairs for ultimate flexibility. Specialized Classrooms We understand how to design for problem-based learning classrooms or patient assessment suites. Classroom Technology We plan for wireless technologies, include smartboards where possible, and video projection units.
Deep Springs Elementary School Lexington, Kentucky
Breckinridge Elementary School Lexington, Kentucky
Auditoriums must accommodate a wide variety of users and uses
We work closely with school leaders to create safe, innovative learning environments Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re committed to creating energetic, efficient environments by listening to you, recognizing project challenges and distilling those ideas into real solutions.
Performing Arts We design scene shop and storage spaces, costume and prop workrooms, dressing rooms, offices and ticket booths. Multi-use Auditoriums We put the emphasis on user need and flexibility so the facility can reach its maximized potential. Media Centers We understand the needs of todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s modern library. Lecture Halls Our halls seat up to 250 students with state-of-theart technology like multimedia projection systems and wireless Internet.
Student life is enhanced by spaces encouraging interaction and socialization
Building Information Modeling addresses issues before they are problems in the field
We were the first architecture firm in Kentucky to commit to using BIM on 100% of our projects. 38
For more information, contact: Rick Ekhoff, AIA, LEED AP email@example.com
Paul Ochenkoski, AIA firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Polk Jr., AIA, LEED AP email@example.com
Brent Bruner, AIA, LEED AP firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Estes, CID, LEED AP email@example.com
Ben Simmons, AIA, LEED AP firstname.lastname@example.org
Architects EOPEOP Architects
322 E Main Street
201 West Short St Kentucky | Ste 700 40202 Louisville Lexington ph: Kentucky 502 805 40507 0311 ph: 859 231 7538
201 W Short St | Ste 700
322 East Main St Lexington Kentucky 40507 Louisville Kentucky 40202 ph: 859 231 7538 ph: 502 805 0311