PETERS AND ASSOCIATES ARCHITECTS, P.C. ARCHITECTURE | PLANNING
PETERS AND ASSOCIATES, ARCHITECTS, P.C . has built a reputation designing practical, no nonsense, and cost effective solutions for our clients. We do not design monuments to ourselves. Our professional staff realizes that each project must be designed to meet specific project goals, to satisfy the needs of our client, and to meet established budgets. We pride ourselves on our reputation of providing responsible design solutions, with the best interest of our clients of primary importance.
“Mr. Peters is extremely knowledgeable of nursing home regulations and has done an excellent job of designing a project that was readily approved.” Jo Ann Mulligan Administrator Louisville Care Center
“Their experience in long term and assisted living facilities for the elderly was very advantageous.” Russel Anderson, Owner Bavarian Meadows Assisted Living
ABOUT US Peters and Associates, Architects, P. C. is a highly experienced firm, which has a diversity of professional experience. Founded in 1983, the firm has served a variety of clients, including municipalities and political subdivisions, corporations, private individuals and developers. The projects we have done are located throughout a ten-state area in the Midwest and Southwest. Peters and Associates, Architects, P.C. has extensive experience in design of all facets of long term care, including renovations, additions, and complete new facilities. Since the firm was founded, we have completed in excess of ninety (90) individual design contracts in the long term care field. Our clients have found that professional assistance from a firm with a strong background in long-term care design makes a big difference. We also work with clients in the planning and programming phase. If we can be involved early in the process, prior to beginning architectural design, we can assist with evaluation options resulting in a building program that is more on-target to the needs of the facility. Through this team approach at initial phases, our experience in planning and programming will result in a design that fulfills the needs more effectively. We encourage you to take advantage of our experience with pre-design services in addition to the normal design process. We also have the personnel and experience to provide LEED design and certification, life-cycle cost analysis, and master planning. The most important element of our service is our continuity of personal contact with our Client, which is essential to the successful completion of your projects. Our project team consists of a multi-discipline group of professionals that take pride in providing planning, architecture, and engineering services second to none. We have developed an excellent working relationship with our consultants to provide a cohesive project team from project onset through completion. Peters and Associates, Architects, P. C. has demonstrated a consistent ability to represent the best interest of our clients, to design our projects within established budgets, and to perform our service in a timely and professional manner. 5
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Sustainable Design The project team is dedicated to innovative, environmentally sensitive design solutions and we recognize that saving energy begins with teamwork. We have learned that a significant reduction in energy consumption can be achieved by involving our clients in the initial establishment of the project’s energy goals and in the examination of decisions made during the design process. We realize the significance of “green” concepts and will provide the necessary leadership in order to take advantage of such concepts. The project team will identify and recommend sustainable concepts, allowing the client to make informed decisions relative to the planning of 6 various facility components.
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BIM Process Peters and Associates, Architects, P. C. has adopted the Building Information Modeling (BIM) process as a standard of practice to provide our clients with the best possible solutions on schedule and within budget. This process has proven to reduce coordination issues by modeling facility components in a comprehensive, three-dimensional virtual environment. The BIM process is no longer a linear, top-down organizational method like that of its predecessors, but an integrated process through which information is continuously shared between all disciplines. 7
TEAM DEDICATION TO PROJECT Peters and Associates, Architects, P.C. takes pride in its consistent reputation for client service. Being a small firm with a commitment to client service, we realize that each of our projects must be fulfilled with the highest possible degree of responsiveness on all levels of design and administration services. It is our intention that, upon the completion of a project, our client should feel that it has received the highest attainable degree of professional services. The timely completion of projects is also a major component of our professional reputation. We are sensitive to the concerns of our clients that a project be completed on time, and we have succeeded in meeting even our own stringent schedules on past projects. Our Team can be selected with full confidence in our ability to deliver responsible services, on time and within established budgets. Our reputation has been enhanced further through our consistent ability to design projects within established budgets. Our track record in this area is significant for all clients who are accountable for the expenditure of funds, be they public or private. We know that cost overruns are undesirable for all concerned, and we have proven our commitment to bringing projects in on budget. We use a specialized consultant to do project cost estimating throughout the project. Peters and Associates, Architects, P. C. has been extensively involved with meeting facilitation throughout our 29 years in the architecture and design industry. As meeting facilitators we are able to help clarify concise, meaningful, and achievable goals. We have the experience necessary to keep public discussions on task and on time. The projects we have done represent a broad range of building types from extensive renovations to complete new facilities. Our clientele includes such varied entities as municipalities, political subdivisions, corporations, developers, and private individuals. The fact that we have served well the needs of such disparate clients as these testifies our commitment and ability to represent each clientâ€™s interests. 8
PROJECT TEAM LEADERS DONALD S. PETERS President, Architect of Record Donald S. Peters founded Peters and Associates in 1983 as a continuation of nine years experience in the Architectural profession. His diverse experience includes multiple project types and all facets of the design and construction process. Bachelor of Architecture University of Nebraska, 1974 • Architectural Registrations: Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, South Dakota, Iowa, and National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB). • Professional Experience: 37 years
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JONATHAN BELL Project Architect, Designer Since receiving his master’s degree from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Jonathan Bell has been an active team member and Project Manager for a wide variety of project types. His experience includes religious, financial, civic, and health care facilities. These projects include major renovation and new construction ranging from $50,000 to $13,000,000. Jonathan has extensive experience in graphic rendering from a background in Art that compliments his abilities as a planner and designer. His expertise includes coordination of projects with design architects, direction of consulting engineers, and compliance with building, fire and safety codes. • Architectural Degree: Master of Architecture, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 1995 • Professional Experience: 16 years
JESSE MCCONNELL, LEED BD+C, ASSOCIATE AIA Project Manager, Designer, Planner Jesse McConnell has been an active team member for a wide variety of project types. His experience includes religious, civic, and health care facilities. These projects include major renovation and new construction ranging from $50,000 to $13,000,000. Jesse has extensive experience in computer rendering that compliments his abilities as a planner and designer. His expertise includes coordination of projects with design architects, direction of consulting engineers, and compliance with building, fire and safety codes. • Architectural Degree: Master of Architecture, Master of Community & Regional Planning University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 2009 • Professional Experience: 12 years
LIFE CARE OF ELKHORN - ADDITION/RENOVATION
The project was originally an upgrade to the major service areas of a large one story nursing care and rehabilitation facility. The upgrade was composed of a 3,000 plus square foot addition to house administrative offices, front lobby, new main entrance with a porte-cochere. The addition expanded the main dining room along with over 10,000 square feet of renovated area used for dining and activity, physical therapy, nursing and care giver staff offices. The project continued to expand in scope throughout the complete design and construction due to the Owners efforts to continually enhance their overall image of the facility.
BAVARIAN MEADOWS ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY Remsen, Iowa
This project was a 22,000 plus square foot, single story free standing Assisted Living Facility. The project provided 22 unit living quarters with activity and dining areas along with large kitchen, staff, and lounge areas. A resident laundry, whirlpool, and fire place enhanced this facility along with front and rear porches. Half a dozen garages along with a stone columned porte-cochere were constructed to augment the facilities amenities.
LOUISVILLE ASSISTED LIVING ADDITION
This project features 22 Assisted Living units of one and two-bedroom configuration Co-located with the existing skilled care facility, the project was designed as two stories, to take advantage of the existing topography. The design incorporates a dramatic two story lobby and lounge area at the main entrance.
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL HEALTH CENTER SKILLED NURSING PRELIMINARY POD DESIGN Hartley, Iowa This Patient-Centered Care unit was created as a result of the clients request for a home-like environment for their Alzheimer patients. The pod design included 14 private patient rooms with private toilets. The client requested to have only a central bath in lieu of private bathing facilities in each room; which is now becoming common in patient centered care facilities. A centrally located nurse workstation allows the nurse to have visibility to all patient rooms and exits. The kitchen was designed to allow patients and staff to cook desserts and minor meals. The central atrium space is designed to bring in important natural daylight giving patients and staff a better indoor environment. This pod is connected directly to the main nursing home which provided other services such as physical therapy and food service. Peters & Associates Architects, P.C. strives to work with the client to provide the best option that meets their needs and the workflow of their staff.
PLEASANT VIEW INDEPENDENT/ASSISTED LIVING Albert City, Iowa This 16 unit project was designed to complement the services of an existing skilled nursing facility. Each of the spacious one and two bedroom units features a private balcony. The Independent living facility has a separate entrance, parking and common areas. The building is connected to the skilled facility and shares a common kitchen.
MABLE ROSE ESTATES ASSISTED LIVING Bellevue, Nebraska
This 46 unit project provides spacious assisted living accommodations in a suburban setting. This design compliments the residential scale and detail of the surrounding neighborhood, allowing the facility to blend as an integral part of the community.
COMMUNITY MEMORIAL HEALTH CENTER ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY ADDITION Hartley, Iowa This addition to an existing skilled facility consists of 16 units, featuring a front entry porch with outside seating. A central dining room affords views in two directions, and compliments a private dining room for family gatherings.
PRAIRIE VIEW HOME - ASSISTED LIVING ADDITION Sanborn, Iowa
The project was a ten unit 11,300 square feet assisted living addition connected to the existing Nursing Home. Notable features included a large common area with a sloped ceiling sky lighted with Kalwall panels, private dining and private main dining rooms, kitchen and a barber/beauty.
MILLARD GOOD SAMARITAN CENTER THERAPY AND CHAPEL ADDITION Millard, Nebraska A major renovation project, this design provides a new entrance, parking, activity spaces, chapel, and administrative offices. The design features a drive-through canopy and presents a fresh new street appearance. Renovated spaces included resident rooms, dining and therapy areas. Window replacement and insulation of exterior walls completed the project.
COVINGTON HEIGHTS CARE CENTER THERAPY AND SUB-ACUTE ADDITION Sioux Falls, South Dakota A full function therapy facility for both inpatient and outpatient use, this unique project featured a drive-through canopy for an inviting street image. The project also involved conversion of an existing building into a dedicated sub-acute care facility.
Peters and Associates, Architects, P. C. provides a full range of Architectural and Planning services. Our staff gives each project personal attention and involvement from inception through closeout. We believe that continuity of personal contact with the Client is essential to the successful completion of our projects. Our projects also have the attention of the principals and/or key personnel of the consulting civil, structural, and mechanical/electrical engineering firms. Each of these individuals is highly qualified and experienced, and offers the best of professional services in their respective discipline.
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE SCHEMATIC DESIGN • Review of building program with Owner • Analysis of project requirements • Schematic Design • Submit Statement of Probable Construction Cost • Owner review and approval • Develop and explore possible phasing plans
BIDDING AND NEGOTIATION • Issue of final bid documents to appropriate regulatory agencies for approval • Distribution of construction documents for bid • Issue necessary addendums and clarifications • Evaluation of qualifications of prospective subcontractors
CODE REVIEW CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION • General and broad based code review done at the start • Preparation of construction contracts of every project • Conduct Pre-Construction Conference • Work is continually checked for code compliance • Review of contractor’s schedule of values throughout the entire design phase and production of • Review of shop drawings and samples construction documents • Administration of construction contract • Positive line of communication between us and numerus • Construction observation, periodic site visits appropriate code officials in our multi-state work area to the construction phase to review progress, quality • Code documents and Drawings listing applicable code of the work and compliance of the work with contract requirements from appropriate IBC, Life Safety Codes, documents and others as required • Review of contractor’s application for payment and issuance of certificates for payment DESIGN DEVELOPMENT • Definition of building finish materials and systems PROJECT CLOSEOUT • Design of building structural system • Prepare punch list inspection report • Design of building mechanical and electrical systems • Determination of dates of substantial completion and • Preliminary project review with regulatory agencies final completion, and issuance of certificates for same • Revise Statement of Probable Construction Cost • Review of written guarantees and warranties • Owner review and approval • Certify final application for payment CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS MASTER PLANNING • Preparation of construction documents that include • Objective and independent analysis working drawings and specifications • Interview of User Groups • Preparation of Bid Package, information to bidders, bid • Establish overall project parameters form, contract forms, and conditions of the construction • Identify general goals contract • Prioritize specific goals • Revise Statement of Probable Construction Cost • Determine fiscal responsibility / concerns • Owner review and approval • Develop Master Plan 28
E S O U R F I R M P ROV I D E S PROGRAMMING • Review of project design goals • Interview of User Groups • Establish specific project goals • Identify adjacency requirements • Review budgetary concerns • Develop Building Program PLANNING • Community Involvement workshops • Interview of User Groups • Public Surveys • Identify possible funding available and how to access it • Feasibility Studies • Space Needs Assessments USE OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY Our Design Team has made a commitment to serve the needs of our clientele, wherever their projects are located. Our personnel and each of our consulting engineers utilize digital technology in our communication, design and production services. This is an every day part of our process of doing business at a distance. Our entire design team, together with our consulting engineers and our clients, are linked by our ability to transmit drawings and information. • • • • • •
All design and drafting done with AutoCAD, REVIT Architecture All consultants fully integrated with our digital systems Electronic transfer of design and drawing images between Architect and consultants Digital interface with clients who have capability Web-based project management and communication Marketing Graphics Development
LEED CERTIFICATION • LEED Accredited Professionals on staff • Mechanical and Electrical Consultants are LEED Accredited Professionals. • Direct the project team gathering the documentation required for the building certification review. • Provide guidance in selecting building systems and materials to provide a Energy Efficient building. LIFE-CYCLE COST ANALYSIS • Coordinate with consultants to provide a life-cycle analysis of building components. • Submit documentation for review to local and state code officials, when applicable. • Provide documentation for client to make an educated choice of products/systems. PROJECT RECORDS • Provide final as-built drawings in digital/ CADD format to show actual final construction conditions. • Provide final as-build specification and other documents to show actual final construction conditions. • All records will be in both paper and digital formats. WARRANTY PHASE • Negotiate warranty phase as request by client to including but not limited to: • Provide continuing professional architectural and engineering services as required to insure compliance with warranty previsions by contractor. • Negotiate a time frame of warranty phase BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING (BIM) TECHNOLOGY • Provide final as-built BIM model of actual final construction conditions, to be used by Client. • Train Facility Manager on use of BIM Model. 29
Peters and Associates, Architects, P. C. has provided professional services for several clients for multiple projects. The most sincere compliment we have received is to be asked by a former client to provide services for additional projects. The following is a partial listing of clients who have utilized our services on multiple projects:
REPEAT CLIENTS The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society Sioux Falls, South Dakota 20 Design Contracts
Russel and Sandy Anderson Elkhorn, Nebraska
Community Care of America, Inc. Naples, Florida
Char-Mac Assisted Living Lawton, Iowa
3 Design Contracts
16 Design Contracts
2 Design Contracts
12 Design Contracts
Region IV Office of Developmental Disabilities Wayne, Nebraska 7 Design Contracts
Careage Management Sioux City, Iowa Bethesda Care Centers Colorado Springs, Colorado
Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska Niobrara (Santee) Nebraska 7 Design Contracts
Beverly Enterprises, Inc. Fort Smith, Arkansas
7 Design Contracts Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska Winnebago, Nebraska
7 Design Contracts Life Care Centers of America, Inc. Cleveland, Tennessee
3 Design Contracts St. John’s Catholic Church Valley, Nebraska
4 Design Contracts Village of Stuart, Nebraska Stuart, Nebraska
3 Design Contracts Flandreau Sioux Tribe of South Dakota Flandreau, South Dakota
2 Design Contracts Community Memorial Health Center Hartley, Iowa
2 Design Contracts United Methodist Church Gretna, Nebraska
4 Design Contracts Louisville Care Center Louisville, Nebraska
2 Design Contracts Springfield Public Library Springfield, Nebraska
2 Design Contracts
“Don Peters is a serious, thoughtful and competent architect. He is highly motivated and principled, and clearly demonstrates expertise in his profession.” Lee A. Jenkins, Administrator Countryside Home, Madison, Nebraska
2 Design Contracts
OMAHA , NEBRASKA COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO
GEOGRAPHICAL AREA OF PRACTICE Peters and Associates, Architects, P.C. has provided professional services for multiple projects at a distance. Our completed works are located throughout Nebraska, each surrounding state, as well as other distant states.
To effectively respond to our large market area, we operate a company aircraft, which has greatly enhanced our mobility. The efficiency that private flying affords our personnel has enabled us to maintain the control over projects located at a distance, which is critical to their successful completion. We provide complete architectural services for all of our projects, including administration of the construction contract. The use of private aviation has made it practical for our firm to pursue projects at a distance. Drive times of 5 hours are normally reduced to less than 1Â˝ hours by flying, allowing more efficient use our time, and significantly expanding our market area.
Peters and Associates, Architects, P. C. takes great pride in the reputation we have established with the clients we have served. We offer the following individuals as references for our personal and professional qualifications and credibility. We invite you to contact these individuals directly for personal verification.
REFERENCES Other References
Featured Projects References Life Care of Elkhorn - Addition/Renovation - Elkhorn, Nebraska Judy Sealer Life Care Center of Elkhorn Administrator (Ret.) 315 Hopper Street Elkhorn, Nebraska 68022
Rev. James Kramper Pastor (former)
Community Memorial Health Center - Hartley, Iowa Jeannine Bunge Community Memorial Health Center Administrator 231 North Eighth Ave. West Hartley, Iowa 51346 (712-728-2428) Pleasent View Independent/ Assisted Living - Albert City, Iowa Darrel Behrens Pleasant View Home Board Chairman P.O. Box 246 Albert City, Iowa 50510
Mike Henry Tribal Health Director
Santee Tribal Health Clinic 110 South Visiting Eagle Street Niobrara (Santee), Nebraska 68760
Dan Myers President
Careage Management, L.L.C. 1512 Pierce Street Sioux City, Iowa 51105
Jeff Warren Owner
Warren Garage Door 1400 Square Turn Blvd. Norfolk, Nebraska 68702
Wendy Anderson Library Director
The Bess Johnson Elkhorn Public Library 100 Reading Road Elkhorn, Nebraska 68022 (402-289-4367)
John Meis City of Le Mars Community Development P.O. Box 1130 Director Le Mars, Iowa 51031
Mable Rose Estates Assisted Living Facility - Bellevue, Nebraska Jolene Mathison-Roberts Mable Rose Estates Assisted Living Facility Owner 2921 Leawood Drive Bellevue, Nebraska 68123 (402-291-8500) Prairie View Assisted Living Addition Wendy Nelson Prairie View Home Administrator 610 Eastern Street Sanborn, Iowa 51248
Bavarian Meadows Assisted Living Facility - Remsen, Iowa Russel & Sandy Anderson Bavarian Meadows Assisted Living Owners 1208 S 193rd Street Omaha, Nebraska 68022 (402-763-8875) Louisville Assisted Living Addition - Louisville, Nebraska Kari Wokenfuss Louisville Care Center Administrator RR 1, Box 191 Louisville, Nebraska 68037
St. Patrickâ€™s Catholic Church 1323 R Street Tekamah, Nebraska 68061
Covington Heights Care Center, Therapy and Sub-Acute Addition Carol Ulmer Covington Heights Health & Rehabilitation Center Administrator 3900 South Cathy Ave Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57106 (605-361-8822)
Lydell Woodbury Exec. Vice President
First Nebraska Bank 232 North Spruce Street Valley, Nebraska 68064
Wendy Deane Library Foundation Chairperson
Valley Public Library 207 Spruce Street Valley, Nebraska 68064
David Henry Tribal Vice Chairman
Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska 108 Spirit Lake Avenue West Niobrara (Santee), Nebraska 68760
Bruce Allen Flandreau Sioux Tribe Tribal Health Director(Past) PO Box 283 Flandreau, SD 57028
Steve Hallgren Planner
NW Iowa Planning & Develop. Commission 217 West 5th Street Spencer, Iowa 51301 (712-262-7662)
Jim Warren Mayor (former)
The City of Gretna 204 North McKenna Avenue Gretna, Nebraska 68028
Gretna Public Library 736 South Street Gretna, Nebraska 68028
K.C. Healthcare Enterprises, Inc. Post Office Box 389 Gothenburg, Nebraska 69138
West Bend Care Center 203 Fourth Street West Bend, Iowa 50597
Donna Steinneke Committee Chairperson Dr. Craig Bartruff, M.D. Owner Pat Zaugg Administrator
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