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2013 ANNUAL REPORT

Koch Hazard Architects


CEO LETTER In many ways, the last year was one of extremes for Koch Hazard. It was the biggest, as for the City of Sioux Falls, we helped design the $115 million Denny Sanford Premier Center. The smallest as, for the South Dakota Architecture Foundation, we designed the 880 square foot Sioux Falls Design Center. The highest in that we had the opportunity to give a third of our net income and a substantial amount of our time to important communitybuilding activities like Plain Green ‘12 and the Sioux Falls Design Center.

The broadest as we continued to help in Haiti, designing, pro-bono, an orphanage, and in Ghana, helping to design a library and community center. The brightest as we look forward to a future of strategic growth, we have named a new share holder, Keith Thompson, and promoted emerging talent, like Kristen Schulte, to help find new ways to better serve our clients, team and community. We are told that quality, vision and follow-through are the core characteristics of our practice that set us apart. Looking forward, we will strive to strengthen our core and continue to better serve the region’s more discerning clients.

The lowest in that we said farewell to several highly valued staff including Cory Bleyenburg, Angela McKillip and Whitney Parks, who moved on to other places and things.

highlights 2012 was a big year for Koch Hazard Architects and the South Dakota community. Here are just a few highlights. • • •

Koch Hazard Architects begins 51st year as an architect firm. SDSU Jackrabbit Village earns LEED Silver certification. KH donates 3-D Google Earth

model of downtown to Sioux Falls community Marketing campaign, by Lawrence & Schiller, Take a Moment Take a Look, wins Addy Award. Gloria Dei Lutheran Church featured on the

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cover of Stained Glass Quarterly Magazine. Sioux Falls Events Center breaks ground. Koch Hazard voted Best Architecture Firm by Sioux Falls Business Journal Readers for the 7th time in a row. Mary Jo Wegner Arboretum Education Center breaks ground. Brookings High School wins ABLE Award. Koch Hazard clients win three AIA South Dakota

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Design Awards for Brookings High School, Gloria Dei Lutheran Church and the Sioux Falls Design Center. Edward Lund and Keith Thompson are promoted to Associate Principal. Sioux Falls Design Center opens. Koch Hazard continues work on the Huron Regional Medical Center New Clinic. Parry Center for Clinical Skills and Simulation

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opens. Principal Architect Stacey McMahan helps lead a children’s library charrette in Accra, Ghana. Koch Hazard has five projects on Sioux Falls Business Journal Top Building Projects of 2012


CLIENTS & PROJECTS Sioux Falls School District

Howard Wood Field | Ed Wood Trade & Industry Center

Raven Industries

Corporate Headquarters

Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation

Illinois Central Rehabilitation

City of Sioux Falls

Denny Sanford Premier Center | Environmental Education Center

Good Samaritan Society

St. Martin Campus | City Center Apartments

Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority

Concourse Expansion | Terminal Expansion | Parking Improvements

South Dakota State University

Jackrabbit Grove

TEAM & CULTURE COMMUNITY & WORLD South Dakota Architecture Foundation | Sioux Falls Design Center Pecha Kucha Night LOOKING FORWARD

CONTENTS


CLIENTS & PROJECTS

Koch Hazard would be nothing without our great clients, team and community. Our clients set us in motion, literally and figuratively. They present us with their challenges and motivate us to find the innovative, high quality solutions they are seeking. The keys for us are careful listening, getting to the core of the challenge, then transforming the challenge into architecture that is relevant and responsive. Our team is vital. Providing great service to our clients requires the talented, well trained, motivated and conscientious people we have invited to our team. Our community inspires us to think about how to make a better future. We are inspired to design buildings for our clients that last longer, use less energy, have less environmental impact and contribute to the making of better places.

clients

8"

10'-0"

8"

10'-0"

8"

3'-4"

8"

15'-0"

8"

51'-4"

8"

FUTURE BLDG EXPANSION

136'-0"

8"

34'-0"

1'-4"

1'-4"

13'-0"

STORAGE RACKING OFF.

OFF.

OFF. (2)

(150 SF)

(150 SF)

(300 SF)

Community Tennis Association Dacotah Bank Feeding South Dakota George-Little Rock School District The Good Samaritan Society First Bank and Trust First Dakota National Bank

Huron Regional Medical Center Huron School District La Concorde Orphanage, Haiti Mount Vernon School District Northern State University Pipestone Museum Raven Industries

OFF.

(165 SF)

OFF.

(165 SF)

SERVER (105 SF)

R

FREEZER

MULTI-USE

(3,425 SF)

100'-8"

(4,620 SF)

W/C

(225 SF)

WAIT C

ADMIN / COMMUNITY WAIT

M

W

COMMUNITY (1,035 SF)

180'-0"

(CAP = 50)

(480 SF)

M

MAIN ENTRY

VEST.

K

320 PALLETS

RACKS FOR 1,530 PALLETS

JAN.

(125 SF)

PANTRY WAIT (520 SF)

WAREHOUSE / PANTRY BREAK

PANTRY STAFF (230 SF)

8"

W

PANTRY MGR

M

W

(200 SF)

(200 SF)

WAREHOUSE BREAK

128 PALLETS

WAREHOUSE OFFICE (610 SF)

(325 SF)

(740 SF)

COOLER

(1,420 SF)

CLEAN

(100 SF)

41'-8"

ED (180 SF)

COOL SORT

(2,450 SF)

PANTRY STORE (830 SF)

St. Joseph Cathedral Housing Sanford School of Medicine Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation Sioux Falls Christian Schools Sioux Falls Regional Airport Authority Sioux Falls School District Siouxland Heritage Museums South Dakota Architecture Foundation

South Dakota State University Southeast Technical Institute State of South Dakota Vance Thompson Vision Schwebach Insurance Sioux Valley School District Tripp School District

AGENCY LOAD (1,550 SF)

LOAD

UTILITY

(2,875 SF)

(1,145 SF)

33'-8"

PANTRY SORT (1,070 SF)

PANTRY RETAIL

8"

(2,585 SF)

siouxland heritage museums collections and research center (5)

(4)

(3)

(2)

(1) 1'-4"

Achieve South Dakota Beresford School District Billion Development Brookings School District Chamberlain School District Children’s Home Society City of Sioux Falls

280'-0" 1'-4"

Koch Hazard Architects

CONCEPT LAYOUT 10'-0" 1"1"== 20'-0" 10.01.12

FEEDING SOUTH DAKOTA

SIOUX FALLS, SD

view from northwest

30 june 2010


a loved but outdated athletic facility now has a new press box, revamped grand stand and a bright vision for the future

SIOUX FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT | HOWARD WOOD FIELD + ED WOOD TRADE & INDUSTRY CENTER


before

RAVEN INDUSTRIES | CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS

transformed

sustainable design Koch Hazard is the green LEEDer in South Dakota when it comes to building sustainably. KH currently has 8 certified and 7 registered projects.

into

a

modern,

collaborative

working

environment

designed

for

Raven’s

next

great

minds


a 1980’s remodel rehabilitated to create a timeless home for the Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation

SIOUX FALLS AREA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION | ILLINOIS CENTRAL DEPOT


CITY OF SIOUX FALLS | DENNY SANFORD PREMIER CENTER +

improving

quality

of

life,

stimulating

the

economy

and

providing

first-class

our clients & projects

huron regional medical center huron, south dakota

perspective

may 2012

experiences


designed to be simple and efficient to fulfill the City’s mission of sustainability

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTER


THE EVANGELICAL GOOD SAMARITAN SOCIETY | ST. MARTIN CAMPUS +

a

sensitively

planned

neighborhood

setting

to

foster

rich

senior

living

aia south dakota design awards Gloria Dei Lutheran Church and the Sioux Falls Design Center received honor awards, while Brookings High School was a merit selection in 2012.

gloria dei lutheran church | honor

sioux falls design center | honor

brookings high school | merit


much

needed

downtown

housing

CITY CENTER APARTMENTS

for

low-income

seniors


SIOUX FALLS REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY | TERMINAL & CONCOURSE EXPANSION

expanded and remodeled with functional flexibility. regional materials instill a sense of place and arrival

national smart growth award Maroney Commons in Howard, SD won the 2011 EPA National Award for Smart Growth Achievement.


a

sense

of

community

for

South

Dakota

State

University

students

SOUTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY | JACKRABBIT GROVE


TEAM & CULTURE Teamwork is learning and problem solving together. While not a perfect picture of togetherness, Koch Hazard values sharing knowledge and finding solutions to challenges through teamwork. Design Kitchen explores our work design ideas and the larger design context. Tech Forum is our venue for learning more about the technical aspects of architecture such as building information modeling, code compliance and energy efficiency. KH Academy offers construction site tours, bringing our work alive and closing the feedback loop with design and technical production. Other team building activities include events like pumpkin carving (carved pumpkins are donated to Children’s Home Society), Media One FUNski Snow Sculpture competition, a benefit for Children’s Inn, and organization of the Plain Green Conference & Speaker Series.


TEAM & CULTURE

plain green Plain Green is a conference and marketplace for green design and ideas. Founded by Koch Hazard and SDSU, Plain Green held its fifth conference in September at the Orpheum Theater.


COMMUNITY & WORLD

It is true that Koch Hazard’s primary purpose is to design great buildings for great clients. But a deeper look reveals our belief that thoughtful design can improve lives. From improved wellness for workers in healthy buildings, to lower crime rates in revitalized neighborhoods, we see that design carries powerful potential. Being part of a community involves taking action for the common good. We realize taking care of our environment is critical and it’s the reason we’ve worked hard to partner with others to create organizations and events that raise awareness about the power of design and sustainability. Sioux Falls Green Project, Plain Green Conference, Chartreuse Bright Green Research, South Dakota Architecture Foundation and the Sioux Falls Design Center all exist to help create a better future for our communities. Koch Hazard’s culture of sharing has also led us to offer our design expertise for schools, orphanages and community centers in developing countries like Haiti and Ghana.

international work

Following Stacey McMahan’s year in Haiti with Architecture for Humanity, Koch Hazard continues her mission in countries like Haiti and Ghana from Sioux Falls.


SOUTH DAKOTA ARCHITECTURE FOUNDATION | SIOUX FALLS DESIGN CENTER

The South Dakota Architecture Foundation, a 501C3, founded the Sioux Falls Design Center (SFDC). The SFDC’s mission is to inform and engage the public on the impact of design.


PECHA KUCHA NIGHTS


ROOF 21,500

DOOR INTERIOR 14,132

G

RES

YSTEM

TION N

ATION

ENVELOPE 37,158

LOOKING FORWARD

ED TIONAL

SOUTH AND WEST ELEVATIONS (EAST ELEVATION MIRRORS WEST)

INTERIOR ENVIRONMENT: VIEW B

STRUCTURE 2,950

NIMAL

LIANCES

MEP SYSTEMS 14,130

WS

FOOTINGS/FOUNDATIONS 10,115

NATURAL VENTILATION

WALL SECTION SOLAR SHADE

INTERIOR ENVIRONMENT: VIEW A

SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES: SECTION STUDY CONTEXTUAL RELATIONSHIPS: ELEVATION STUDY

PROJECT BUDGET: 99,985

SOLAR GAIN

FLEXIBILITY: STRUCTURAL AND ENVELOPE SYSTEMS CAN BE EASILY RE-CONFIGURED INTO VARYING FORMS AND EXPRESSIONS



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