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  1. 1. MV[a] MICHAEL VOIT [ a r c h i t e c t ] Professional Portfolio 1
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  3. 3. MV[a] Professional Portfolio M I C HAEL D. V O I T, AI A, L EED AP B D + C Architec t, State of Texas #18403 214.728.4465 mdvoit@gmail.com v2-120516
  4. 4. Michael D. Voit, AIA, LEED AP BD+C Introduction I am a registered architect with substantial experience in client and community service, design creativity across a wide gamut of project types, team and corporate management, and servant-style leadership in a project and management context. In addition to my professional capabilities, my MBA experience provides an uncommon perspective on practical process, management, and leadership practices. The works presented in this portfolio reflect projects over a twenty-year professional career with a particular focus on educational, 1 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] faith-based, municipal, and other institutional projects. Each documented project was developed on a foundation of unique programmatic and creative client-centric solutions. The projects reflect my goal of developing lasting client relationships by helping clients achieve their needs and vision through a process centered on listening, creativity, collaboration, and execution. Thank you for the opportunity to present this collection of my professional works and experience. Professional Portfolio 2
  5. 5. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] University of Texas at Dallas Founders Hall Renovation and Addition Size 106,580 sf Construction Cost $16,900,000 Completion Date 2010 3 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 4
  6. 6. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] 5 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 6
  7. 7. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Ursuline Academy of Dallas French Family Science, Math, and Technology Center Size 70,000 sf Construction Cost $15,000,000 Completion Date 2009 LEED For Schools 2007: Gold Certification 7 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 8
  8. 8. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] 9 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 10
  9. 9. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Lovers Lane United Methodist Church Shipp Chapel and Hospitality Corridor Addition Size 50,600 sf Construction Cost $10,300,000 Completion Date 2010 11 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 12
  10. 10. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] 13 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 14
  11. 11. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Haltom City Public Library Size 30,000 sf Construction Cost $6,000,000 Completion Date 2007 15 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 16
  12. 12. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] 17 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 18
  13. 13. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] University and K-12 Education 19 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 20
  14. 14. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] University of Texas at Dallas Founders Hall Renovation and Addition Size 106,580 sf Construction Cost $16,900,000 Completion Date 2010 The University of Texas System identified an urgent need to upgrade an original building on its Dallas campus - The Founders Building, a 106,000 sf structure built in the 1960’s. The University set programming objectives for an adaptive reuse of this existing wet lab facility. The University’s operational goals were to maximize use of space in a building that had limited efficiency because central utility corridors occupied each floor, and to transform the building into a student/faculty hub for undergraduate teaching. The new design developed new HVAC systems on the roof that feeds through the building, thereby 21 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] eliminating utility corridors on the floors and maximizing available classroom space. The design enhanced the building’s appearance with a new entry connection to the east, which provided new student gathering spaces that overlook the building entry and the mall. The project also provided new classroom space, faculty office suites, computer laboratories, and general physics teaching laboratories in a totally new environment. The exterior is further enhanced by the use of multi-color LED lighting which is used to announce campus events and sports victories. Professional Portfolio 22
  15. 15. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Dallas Community College North Lake South Campus Size 33,163 sf Construction Cost $8,000,000 Completion Date 2009 Dallas County Community College District desired to expand its North Lake College campus with a satellite facility, entitled the South Campus. This expansion provides convenient entry-level classes in the area of the City of Irving which was previously underserved. The building contains classrooms, computer and science labs, a GED testing suite, library, and bookstore along with administrative offices. Additionally, a large multipurpose room serves as either a lecture space or as a community event space. ping center and parking lot. Demolition of these items, along with the enhancement of the existing stream and design of additional green space, not only added value to the space but is now more visually appealing. A master plan of the site was created for this expansion of the college which envisions a second and third academic building in the future. The site was a particularly unique feature of this project. The original property was bisected by a stream and contained an abandoned shop23 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 24
  16. 16. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] University of North Texas Health Science Center Patient Care Center Size 120,000 sf Construction Cost $22,000,000 Completion Date 1998 The six - story Patient Care Center is part of the educational outreach of the University of North Texas Health Science Center. The clinic provides an on-campus educational resource for the university’s medical students and staff. The facility features patient exam rooms, blood labs, faculty offices, and student educational spaces. and aided in creating a notion of scale or relief to the facade. The sloping site allowed limited parking under the east face of the building The facility was designed to conform with campus architectural standards of the time. Precast concrete carries on the expression similar to the adjacent library and education buildings. Mirrored glass block helped screen the waiting rooms from the harsh west sun. Vertical fins provide additional fenestration shading on the other exposures 25 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 26
  17. 17. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Baylor University Master Plan Size 428 acres Building Area 3,000,000 s.f. Completion Date 2002 The 428 acre main campus on the Brazos River accommodated 12,000 students at the time of the study. The 2002 master plan included a detailed inventory of approximately 3,000,000 SF of university buildings, a land acquisition plan and detailed master plan with recommendations regarding building sites, land use, vehicular circulation and parking,pedestrian circulation, open space, landscape development, phasing, architectural design guidelines, graphics, and signage. the University’s planning and growth goals by building on the existing 2002 Plan and its physical framework systems. The framework systems include development patterns, open space, pedestrian and vehicular circulation, parking, service, utilities, and campus architecture. Each of the systems are evaluated with respect to each other and their effect on campus appearance and functionality. In 2007, Baylor University desired to update the 2002 Master Plan and Planning Initiatives for the future of the University. As in the 2002 Plan prepared by the same team, the update will address 27 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 28
  18. 18. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Collin College University Park Campus Master Plan Size 77 acres Completion Date 2005 Collin County Community College District (CCCCD) is a distinctive and expanding community college district with multiple campuses. Established in 1985, the Central Park Campus, with the expansion of its allied health and public service programs, has become the District’s education focal point. The District needed a plan for developing the Central Park Campus into a comprehensive community college campus over the next twenty years. CCCCD wished to define and plan a true college campus for the future, conduct a Needs Assessment of existing facilities, and prepare a preliminary program for the Phase I expansion. The 29 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Master Plan addressed planning principles and goals adopted by CCCCD and illustrated a series of physical framework plans and development priorities sequenced through 2020. The final campus concept plan conveys the anticipated patterns Collin County Community College District (CCCCD) is a distinctive and expanding community college district with of physical development over the short and long multiple campuses. Established in 1985, the Central Park Campus, with the expansion of its allied health and public terms, along with the characteristics that will form service programs, has become the district’s education focal point. The District needed a plan for developing the Central a campus for the college. comprehensive community college campus over the next twenty years. SmithGroup/F&S, with Park Campus into a JJR and Facility Programming and Consulting, was engaged by CCCCD to define and plan a true college campus for the future, conduct a Needs Assessment of existing facilities, and prepare a preliminary program for the Phase I expansion. The Master Plan addressed planning principles and goals adopted by CCCCD and illustrated a series of physical framework plans and development priorities sequenced through 2020. The final campus concept plan conveys the anticipated patterns of physical development over the short and long terms, along with the characteristics that will form a campus for the college illustrated with architectural visions. Professional Portfolio 30
  19. 19. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Kuwait University Jaber Al-Ahmad Library / Community and Neighborhood Center Library: Size 197,000 sf Construction Cost $18,000,000 Completion Date 1999 Community and Neighborhood Center: Size 122,000 sf The objective was to design a library for the disciplines of law, arts, science and commerce, which would contain 500,000 volumes, 4,000 periodical titles, 2,500 reader seats and two special collections. The special collections consist of the 5,000 SF United Nations Library containing Arabic and English language materials produced by the U.N., and the 8,900 SF Gulf Information Center, containing information on the Gulf States. The building was designed to be in harmony with the Shuwaikh campus’s older buildings and in support of the strong Islamic features and details of the region. An outdoor plaza directs pedestrians to the entrance. 31 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] It is designed containing fountains, landscaped and seating areas and is covered by a shading trellis. The Community and Neighborhood Center (unbuilt) would serve the visiting teaching staff at the Shuwaikh campus. The six building development would house a supermarket, clinic, game and entertainment, and lecture facilities. Outdoor trellises and native landscaping would temper the outdoor spaces and allow gathering and seating areas. Professional Portfolio 32
  20. 20. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Bryan Williams, M.D. Student Center Size 45,400 sf Construction Cost $6,600,000 Completion Date 2002 The 45,400 square foot facility adds a new component to the campus of this prominent medical center. Built strictly using donated funds, the Student Services Building includes a gym, elevated jogging track, aerobics, fitness and multipurpose space. outdoor swimming and recreation facilities. Expansive bay windows provide ample exterior views and nighttime character. The window form adds to the articulation and scale of the facades. The facility adjoins the original recreation facility for the campus. The two facilities open to each other to maximize the utilization of the facilities. The Student Center works with the steep grade changes of the site. The gym floor sits on the lower grade while the track is close to the elevation of the main entry. The locker rooms were located on the lower floor to accommodate future phase 33 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 34
  21. 21. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy Academic Center Size 23,400 sf Construction Cost $6,200,000 Completion Date 2009 The Pharmacy School project is an addition of the existing School of Pharmacy building on the campus of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Amarillo, Texas. The goal of the project is to design an academic and student support facility for professional degree students of the School of Pharmacy. The new, two-story building consists of two instructional classrooms, a clinical simulation training and assessment center, administrative and student support space, technology support space, and some shared common space. tending a simulated patient. The facility will also be available to licensed professional to maintain certifications and develop better patient skills. The contemporary, budget - sensitive design incorporates materials similar to those used in the existing School of Pharmacy as well as a similar color scheme. The building features tan brick accented with stone elements. The commons area features ample windows to allow natural light to brighten the interior. The simulation facility allows pharmacy students to interact with allied health students in a realistic simulation involving different health disciplines at35 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 36
  22. 22. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Texas Tech University Livermore Center Renovation, College of Engineering Size 40,000 sf Construction Cost $7,000,000 Completion Date 2009 The Livermore Auditorium renovation serves two important function on the Texas Tech campus. The renovated and re-purposed facility cleared away old warehouse functions and in order to accommodate new auditorium lecture, lounge, and classroom facilities for the Engineering Department. Labs were created on a new second floor. Where possible, existing interior brick walls were left exposed to reveal elements of the original character. In addition, the renovation addressed the extremely plain brick building which does not have the character of the Spanish Renaissance architecture prominent on the campus. signed to tie in with the campus style and give the building a new character. A design master plan was developed to explore expansion of the building and the development of a new addition adjacent to the Livermore Center. New cast stone fenestration and entries were de37 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 38
  23. 23. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] University of Texas at Arlington Studio Arts Center Size 36,400 sf Construction Cost $4,400,000 Completion Date 2004 The University of Texas at Arlington Arts Annex accommodates six studios for the Art Department, including Glass, Ceramics, Painting, Print making, Sculpture, and Metals along with common spaces for critique and display. The project process included meeting with all faculty and staff to develop a program and assist with planning the relocation of the several departments from the main campus to the new center. The design takes the form of a group of new preengineered buildings arranged around a shared courtyard on the industrial western edge of the campus. Floor plans are simple and flexible. Exterior patios allow for industrial activities adjacent to 39 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] the studio. The central courtyard allows sculpture installations and allows natural light to surround the center. The pre-engineered structures were desired by the campus to allow quick and economical construction. Painting Clay Printmaking Courtyard Glass Parking Sculpture Metals Professional Portfolio 40
  24. 24. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Gilbert Women’s Residence Hall LeTourneau University R.D. Apartment Suite A Legend Suite D Control Circulation U U Public Service Suite B Suite C Commons Suite A Suite B Suite C Suite D R.D. Apartment First Floor Plan 0 4' 8' 16' 24' LeTourneau University Size 28,000 sf Completion Date 1998 Women’s campus and to budget. The exterior materials of brick and castTo meet the needs of a growing residence hall move students from World War II era housing, Le- stone tie to other buildings on campus. Since its Tourneau commissioned a 96 bed women’s dorm construction, Gilbert Hall was the model for subas the first of several hundred new beds on cam- sequent dorm development. pus. A suite concept was desired by the university and the design provides three and four bedroom suites to accommodate six or eight women. Each suite has two bathrooms, sink counter, and shared living room. Accessible suites were also provided to comply with TAS / ADA requirements. A Residency Director suite is located on the ground floor. Common laundry and mail facilities are included in the plan. The hall is a represents a lean design on a tight 41 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 42
  25. 25. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Ursuline Academy of Dallas French Family Science, Math, and Technology Center Size 70,000 sf Construction Cost $15,000,000 Completion Date 2009 In January 2006, Ursuline Academy announced a lead gift of $5 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to support science, math, and technology education at Ursuline, including construction of the French Family Science, Math, and Technology Center. The Foundation awarded an additional $2 million grant for the project in May 2007. Melinda French Gates is a member of the Ursuline Class of 1982. istry, Physics and Earth Sciences. Public spaces feature study and conversation areas for the students, display student work, and off er electronic connections to other high school campuses for the sharing of information. The project was awarded a LEED Gold certification under LEED for schools rating system by the U.S. Green Building Council - the first school in the Southwest to attain this level of certification. The facility, an addition to an existing building on an established traditional campus, contains new science laboratories, specialized classrooms for math and technology, and faculty office clusters. The science labs are designed for Biology, Chem43 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 44
  26. 26. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Lorenzo De Zavala Middle School, Irving ISD Size 145,000 sf Construction Cost $17,220,000 Completion Date 2002 45 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] The twenty-one acre site for this new campus presented two principal challenges. First, a Federally certified Wetland and Waters of the United States flow through the center of the site, and second, the grade rises over one full story toward the south. The design team worked with the Corps of Engineers to preserve the wetlands, and incorporate the natural grade changes. Overlooking the wetlands, the school allows the natural heart of the site to form an integral part of the children’s’ education. The school was designed to incorporate the team concept of teaching using pods of classrooms. Each pod contains four classrooms, a science classroom, and dedicated locker vestibules and a Commons classroom that functions as a computer lab. Six pods are located on each of two levels, allowing separation by grade level. A circulation spine borders the pods with expansive views to the wetlands. A one story building on the southern portion of the site serves as the public entry. It houses the cafeteria, media center, administration, and arts/music classrooms, and is connected to the classroom building by an enclosed bridge spanning the wetlands. The gymnasium and locker rooms are in a third building terminating the north end of the spine. Professional Portfolio 46
  27. 27. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Clifton, Pierce, and Kinkeade Early Childhood Centers, Irving ISD Size 33,000 sf each Construction Cost $10,500,000 Completion Date 2002 Irving ISD chose to expand its offerings to three and four year old children in Early Childhood centers. Each center was designed in a “L” shape and includes 18 classrooms, a motor skills room, media room/library, multipurpose room with a full service kitchen, and administrative offices with a clinic. work for these projects also included the selection of fixtures, furniture, and equipment for all areas. The schools were adapted from an original prototype. Three schools were built - each adapted to its unique site. Each classroom provides networked computers, a television, cubbyholes for storage, a children’s rest room, sinks, and a separate entrance to the patio. Classrooms are paired and share a patio and common kitchenette/art space. Three of the classrooms are designed to meet the requirements for teaching children with special needs. The scope of 47 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 48
  28. 28. 1 M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] 2 3 4 5 6 1 E 2 3 E E INTERIOR DESIGN St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School Master Plan and Middle School Expansion 5 6 KENWOOD STREET ARCHITECTURE PLANNING 4 E ARCHITECTURE INTERIOR DESIGN 8350 NORTH CENTRAL EXPRESSWAY PLANNING SUITE 500 EXIST. READING EXIST. CLASSRM EXIST. CLASSRM DALLAS, TEXAS 75206 EXIST. CLASSRM EXIST. CLASSRM 8350 NORTH CENTRAL EXPRESSWAY 214-559-4851 EXIST. GIRLS SUITE 500 214-526-7237 FAX DALLAS, TEXAS 75206 214-559-4851 EXISTING PARKING GIRLS 250 SF LOBBY 450 SF 214-526-7237 FAX UP CHAPEL CLASSRM 720 SF UP UP EXIST. CLASSRM EXIST. STO. STO. 60 SF DN EXIST. FP OFFICE 190SF D 280 SF 370 SF EXISTING SCHOOL D MECH OFFICE D CHURCH WORK UP 200 SF BOYS 270 SF STO. BOYS GIRLS 270 SF WAITING 430 SF 270 SF OFFICE 130 SF GIRLS CLASSRM 800 SF 270 SF STO. 380 SF 130 SF CLASSRM 800 SF DN STO. CLASSRM MUSIC 800 SF 2600 SF IDF. 80 SF 800 SF C C CLASSRM 800 SF EXISTING PRESCHOOL CLASSRM MARTEL AVE. UP STAGE CHAPEL Schematic Design 80 SF CLASSRM C St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School 800 SF DN DN CLASSRM 800 SF SCIENCE 1600 SF EXISTING PRESCHOOL CLASSRM 800 SF PREP THE DESIGN DOCUMENTS DEPICTED HEREIN ARE INCOMPLETE AND MAY NOT BE USED FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION 420 SF SCIENCE 02-28-03 St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School PLAYGROUND KITCHEN THE DESIGN DOCUMENTS DEPICTED HEREIN ARE INCOMPLETE AND MAY NOT BE USED FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION RONALD J. SHAW, 4310 B 02-28-03 AT ST AT DN UP 2600 SF 798 4 AS 800 SF KITCHEN RED ARC TE T L . S HA ST CLASSRM ER W RO B RED ARC TE T L . S HA CT TE HI , J R . REGI S 1600 SF CAFETORIUM E OF T E X 798 4 E OF T E X ARCHITECT COORDINATED DRAWINGS. ENGINEERING DRAWINGS WERE ENGINEERED AND DRAWN BY THOSE DISCIPLINES NEW PARKING (APPROX. 168 SPACES) ARCHITECT COORDINATED DRAWINGS. ENGINEERING DRAWINGS WERE ENGINEERED AND DRAWN BY THOSE DISCIPLINES ER W B 800 SF C EXISTING PARKING (MODIFIED) CT TE HI , J R . B B RONALD J. SHAW, 4310 CLASSRM Schematic Design MUSIC STAGE CAFETORIUM 7000 SF ADMIN GYMNASIUM RO B VEST 190 SF REGI S 5500 SF AS GYMNASIUM ABRAMSSTREET EXIST. MECH 250 SF EXIST. CLASSRM ALDERSON ROAD D CLASSRM DN STO. 60 SF BOYS REVISIONS REVISIONS FIRST FLOOR 0 A 16 SECOND FLOOR 32 0 16 A Schematic Design 32 Schematic Design REVERE PL. A SITE PLAN A 0 Floor Plans Size 50,000 sf St. Thomas Aquinas is a Dallas Catholic church and school. To accommodate growth, the school desired a master plan which looked at growth potential and development options. 1 2 over the first to create a shaded and sheltered area adjacent to the cafeteria. 3 4 5 6 30 Site Plan 60 JOB NO: 2000-14 12/23/02 DATE: DRAWN BY: GZ FILE: JOB NO: 2000-14 DATE: 12/23/20 DRAWN BY: GZ FILE: C 1 2 3 4 5 6 C COPYRIGHT 2002 COPYRIGHT 2002 o,o Completion Date 2002 Subsequent to the master plan, the school desired a new and separate classroom building for the upper classes, grades 6-8. The two-story middle school addition would include administration, classrooms and labs, cafeteria with stage, kitchen, drama, gymnasium, and chapel. A design was also developed to accommodate the school’s younger children at a nearby closed school to be purchased by the church. Like the primary plan on the church campus, the closed school for the younger children required plans for accessibility and TAS compliance. The design of the facility would complement the gothic character of the campus without being overly traditional. The second floor would extend 49 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 50
  29. 29. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Woodgate Intermediate School and Midway High School Performing Arts Center, Midway ISD Midway ISD is a small independent school district south of Waco, Texas. To accommodate enrollment growth and curriculum needs the district required a new fifth and sixth grade intermediate school and a theater complex as part of the expanded Midway High School. The Performing Arts Center provides space for high school productions and performances and supports meetings and gatherings for the larger community. The Center seats 1,100 and features a 40 seat orchestra pit. Woodgate has the form of a long bar. Each grade occupies its respective side of the bar. The cafetorium and library radiate out from the center of the bar. Administration occupies a circle at the center of the bar between each grade. Banded brick of different sizes provide a sense of scale and drama to the exterior. Bold yellow canopies and green columns provide further character and identity. 51 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 52
  30. 30. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Room # 1 2 3 4 6 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 31 32 33 34 2207 The Lamplighter School Facility Study Room Name Kindergarten Kindergarten Kindergarten Kindergarten Pre K Pre K Pre K Pre K Pre K Pre K Fourth Third Fourth Third Third Third First First First First Second Second Second Second Fourth Net SF 625 583 541 581 628 628 664 538 662 538 536 538 539 590 540 580 593 536 580 540 541 537 584 582 504 Avg Pupils 19 19 19 19 18 18 18 18 18 18 12 13 12 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 15 15 15 15 12 Room # 1 2 3 4 6 Table 3, Classroom Area per Student 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 31 32 33 34 2207 2 CLASSROOM “B” 1 2 CLASSROOM “A” 1 2 COMMONS 2 Completion Date 2010 The Lamplighter School is a highly respected private school in Dallas, Texas. The original plan was developed by Architect O’Neil Ford and features low height, small scale buildings, classroom pods, and a connection to nature and landscape. The school features two unusual features which are very important to the school: a barn and animal pen for a cow, pigs, and chickens, and a reading “well” in each classroom where kids and teacher sit together in a tiered depression to read and discuss material. The Facility Study explored existing facility capacities and how the classrooms and/or number 53 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] of classrooms could expand to accommodate additional students in a manner sympathetic to the original plan. The study prepared site and plan drawings to illustrate design options. In addition, charts and graphs were created to communicate quantitative data. April 28, 2010 1 SF/Pupil 33 31 28 31 35 35 37 30 37 30 45 41 45 45 42 45 37 34 36 34 36 36 39 39 42 Effective Well Area SF 77 133 126 130 146 141 130 142 118 130 137 138 115 211 127 248 206 124 168 128 136 139 168 168 N/A Functional SF 548 450 415 451 482 487 534 396 544 408 399 400 424 379 413 332 387 412 412 412 405 398 416 414 N/A Room Name Kindergarten Kindergarten Kindergarten Kindergarten Pre K Pre K Pre K Pre K Pre K Pre K Fourth Table 4, Efficiencies Third Fourth Third Third Third First First First First Second Second Second Second Fourth CLASSROOM "A" 1 206 sf 2 329 sf Total 535 sf CLASSROOM "B" 1 208 sf 2 332 sf Total 540 sf COMMONS 1 604 sf 2 168 sf Total 772 sf Functional SF/Pupil 29 24 22 24 27 27 30 22 30 23 33 31 35 29 32 26 24 26 26 26 27 27 28 28 N/A Net SF 625 583 541 581 628 628 664 538 662 538 536 538 539 590 540 580 593 536 580 540 541 537 584 582 504 The Lamplighter School Space Study DRAFT Avg Pupils 19 19 19 19 18 18 18 18 18 18 12 13 12 13 13 13 16 16 16 16 15 15 15 15 12 15 Table 3, Classroom Area per Student 2 SF/Pupil 33 31 28 31 35 35 37 30 37 30 45 41 45 45 42 45 37 34 36 34 36 36 39 39 42 Effective Well Area SF 77 133 126 130 146 141 130 142 118 130 137 138 115 211 127 248 206 124 168 128 136 139 168 168 N/A Functional SF 548 450 415 451 482 487 534 396 544 408 399 400 424 379 413 332 387 412 412 412 405 398 416 414 N/A CLASSROOM "A" 1 206 sf 2 329 sf Total 535 sf Functional SF/Pupil 29 24 22 24 27 27 30 22 30 23 33 31 35 29 32 26 24 26 26 26 27 27 28 28 N/A Professional Portfolio 54
  31. 31. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Faith-based and Worship 55 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 56
  32. 32. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Park Cities Baptist Church Family Life Center and Parking Garage Conceptual Site Plan May 7, 2003 VILLANOVA DRIVE RIGHT TURN ONLY PORTECOCHERE 45’ NEW DUMPSTER AND GREASE TRAP LOCATION OUTDOOR PLAY ARCADE LINK BLDG TULANE 35’ PRE-FUNCTION HALLWAY ARCADE COLLINS BUILDING PLEITZ (EAST) OUTDOOR PLAY COVERED WALK #1 COMMUNITY LIFE CENTER PRE-FUNCTION HALLWAY PRE-FUNCTION HALLWAY VESTIBULE VESTIBULE VESTIBULE OUTDOOR PLAY SANCTUARY REED BUILDING PICKWICK LANE COVERED PORCH #2 ACTIVITIES BUILDING NEW PRE-FUNCTION HALLWAY ELLIS CHAPEL COLONNADE COLONNADE OUTDOOR PLAY ACTIVITIES 40’ Park Cities Baptist Church Community Life Center, Underground Garage, and Concourse UNDERGROUND CONCOURSE DROP-OFF NORTHWEST PARKWAY NORTHWEST HIGHWAY (LOOP 12) Size 73,500 sf Construction Cost Withheld Completion Date 2007 57 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] The three-level Community Life Center houses a SITE STATISTICS AREA: 327,265 SF 1,200-seat great hall, children’s and youth education spaces, and a commons gathering area. Despite its large size, the multi-purpose facility respects the context of the campus and the residential area, with adherence to newly established height restrictions and a Georgian architectural style that harmonizes with its surroundings. The great hall features superior technology integration. Rather than solely being a centerpiece of the room, the technology supports the gamut of activities in the space. On one hand, reinforcing and supporting speakers and presentations, and on the other, engaging audiences with a high power audio, video, and lighting experience. Also, the A: USABLE SF FOOTPRINT B: GROSS SF FOOTPRINT 92,168 SF = 28.0 % LOT COVERAGE 127,665 SF = 39.0 % LOT COVERAGE ALL EXISTING USABLE SF AREAS INDICATED ARE TAKEN FROM OWNERS CADD FILES - NOT FIELD SURVEYED. PICKWIC UNDERGROUND PARKING GARAGE plan improved existing traffic conditions by incorSUMMARY OF LAND USE porating a 750-car parking garage under the CLC. The union between the CLC and the existing campus is an open two-story 5,000 sf gathering space. The plan also provides additional pedestrian circulation via an underground concourse that links several campus buildings. As a result, the campus maintains large areas of green space and its graceful atmosphere, an ambiance appreciated by both the church and the neighborhood. 0' 20' 40' 80' EXISTING CAMPUS BUILDINGS EXISTING CAMPUS PARKING LOT N.W. PARKWAY R.O.W. TOTAL 223,376 SF 85,313 SF 18,576 SF 327,265 SF Architect: Ronald J. Shaw License No.: 4310 The design documents depicted herein are incomplete and may not be used for regulatory approval, permit, or construction Professional Portfolio 58
  33. 33. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Stonebriar Community Church Master Plan, Sanctuary and Phase II Children’s Building Size 195,000 sf Construction Cost $28,000,000 Completion Date 2010 Stonebriar Church is a fast growing community in Frisco, Texas. A new 3,000-seat worship center is organized around an atrium and fellowship space where the congregation can gather before and after worship. Designed in the Romanesque style, the fundamental concept of the design is of a contemporary church that conveys the character and feeling of more traditional churches. Despite the size of the facility, traditional forms and details such as gabled roofs, arched windows, and stone accents provide a sense of scale and character often missing in large-scale theater style churches. future expansion along a generous central concourse. Additional surface parking was designed to support the expansion. The second phase, 2-story 60,000 sf children’s education building features 12 Nursery rooms, 19 Early Childhood rooms, an Indoor Play area, a central assembly space, a new playground, electronic check-in service hubs and a separate suite to serve children with special needs. Wide corridors, conducive to both circulation and gathering, support the addition and allow for 59 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 60
  34. 34. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Lovers Lane United Methodist Church Shipp Chapel and Hospitality Corridor Addition Size 50,600 sf Construction Cost $10,300,000 Completion Date 2010 61 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] The Lovers Lane United Methodist Campus consists of modern style buildings grouped around a central courtyard. Several separate components modernized and improved the campus. The centerpiece of the project was a new hospitality corridor which serves as a gathering space for the congregation and a connector to various buildings. Alcoves for seating and display open onto gardens, with a central gathering space located across from the Sanctuary. A new administrative office suite was relocated above the hospitality corridor, allowing room for the expansion of the nursery, children’s education and adult Sunday School classes. The Sanctuary renovation included several improvements, including sightline modifications to the Chancel and Pulpit, improved lighting and sound, and the installation of a new video system for Image Magnification. On the north end of the hospitality corridor is the new Shipp Chapel. Designed to seat about 300 people, the chapel was designed for both music and worship. Key features include a new pipe organ and stained glass windows. The entrance to the Shipp Chapel opens onto the Shepherds Memorial Garden, providing space for meditation, outdoor gathering, and a Columbarium. Professional Portfolio 62
  35. 35. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Episcopal Church of the Incarnation CHURCH VESTIBULE CLOISTER BRIDE PARLOR LIBRARY WOMEN'S MECH. STAIR JAN. OFFICE MEN'S VESTIBULE WORK ROOM CHAPEL LIBRARY/ MULTIPURPOSE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE PORTE - COCHERE OFFICE RECEPTION OFFICE SEC. OFFICE CONF. STAIR STAIR STORAGE Size 5,800 sf Construction Cost $1,900,000 Completion Date 1998 The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation is a very traditional neo-gothic church in Dallas, Texas. The campus is nearly ninety years old and characterized by brick and cast-stone tracery and arches. The church needed additional education, music, and administration space. Furthermore, brides needed a covered path to the front of the church to facilitate weddings. OFFICE COUNSELOR Interior renovations incorporated the gothic style in the interior and erased signs of dated and tired renovations from the early ‘70’s. The new arcade springs from the character of the existing church. Highly detailed and decorative arches connect an existing church entrance to a newly created opening at the church narthex. The addition is small but provided additional space and elevated the character of some older, flatroofed buildings which did not maintain the gothic style of the church. The addition wrapped around the east facade and a new slate roof and parapet was developed over the existing structure. 63 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 64
  36. 36. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Preston Road Church of Christ Master Plan and Addition Size 35,500 sf Construction Cost $6,600,000 Completion Date 2008 Preston Road Church of Christ acquired an adjacent property and desired a new campus master plan which connected a new Family Life Center to the existing facilities. After meeting and planning meetings the master plan included a space utilization study of existing spaces, and space program for expected growth, traffic and parking analysis. The Family Life Center expansion expands the church facilities to the north. The addition includes a multi-purpose fellowship hall and a kitchen opening onto a new two story commons that becomes the central circulation point for the church. Also in the new program are spaces for preschool, elementary, and youth. The key space 65 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] of the new addition is the central spine. The vaulted two-story space creates a new gathering space for the church community - a place to share coffee, greetings, and conversations. The exterior design complements the existing facility. A corner tower marks the intersection and announces the once hidden church to the community. Professional Portfolio 66
  37. 37. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Munger Place Church Size 24,000 sf (Renovation) Construction Cost $4,500,000 Completion Date 2010 Munger Place is both old and new. While the Munger Place Church building is approaching 100 years old, a local church wished to create a new church experience focused on community and music. Renovations were needed before new elements could be introduced to bring the church back to life. The client did not want a sanitized new church. Keeping a sense of age and character was important. Careful and select renovations restored the facility. Elsewhere, casework and paneling were re-purposed to create coffee bars and new hall counters. Aged plexiglass was removed from the beautiful stained glass to allow the beautiful light 67 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] to again enter the sanctuary. New administrative and children’s facilities were created in the bottom floor. Suspended lighting trusses and linear array speakers bring a contemporary but function edge to the space. A new rear projection screen was created within the organ chamber. Accessibility issues were addressed in the renovation. Professional Portfolio 68
  38. 38. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] First United Methodist Church of Allen Master Plan and Education and Narthex Addition Size 20,000 sf Construction Cost $2,500,000 Completion Date 2003 The project consisted of a two-story Children’s Education wing addition with preschool classrooms on the first level and elementary classrooms clustered around an open meeting area with a small stage on the second level. The plan also includes a new Gathering Space that serves the existing Sanctuary as a narthex on the first level and contains an 800 square foot meeting room and prayer chapel on the second level. al journey and a prelude to worship. During the week the labyrinth is a popular place of meditation for church members and visitors alike. On Sunday, the space is used for community functions including tables and displays for various church missions. The focal point of the Gathering Space is a labyrinth, a 40-foot diameter circular pattern, which is cast into the floor using a variety of colors of epoxy terrazzo. Carefully integrated into the architectural design, the labyrinth is a symbol of one’s spiritu69 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 70
  39. 39. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] ROOF HATCH & LADDER A551 E2 WORK ROOM 435 SF E1 MEETING ROOM #1 587 SF FLAT SCREEN MONITOR, N.I.C. REF. WITH ICEMAKER, COPIER N.I.C. N.I.C. FLAT SCREEN MONITOR, N.I.C. INTERIOR FACE BRICK LAY DISP FURNITURE N.I.C. AY DISPL A551 INTERIOR FACE BRICK PC, N.I.C. D1 OUTSIDE STORAGE 249 SF TYP. WOMEN ADA 68 SF MEN ADA 57 SF E STORAG FULL HEIGHT CUSTOM STORAGE CABINETS ADA JANITOR 49 SF F.D. ELEV 67 SF SHELL SPACE 14' L.F. OF WALL PADS (NO LOGO) OFFICE 131 SF VCT-1 WEIGHT ROOM 1098 SF ADA SEE NOTE 4 REF., N.I.C. PT-1 SHELVES CORRIDOR 77 SF MIRROR WALL TO 84" A.F.F. ADULT EXERCISE 459 SF PT-1 ELECTRICAL 78 SF WOMEN 53 SF MEN 52 SF LOUNGE AREA 977 SF STORAGE 78 SF SHOWER 64 SF ELEVATOR DN CPT-1 D BENCH N.I.C. WIRELESS SCOREBOARD MOUNTED AT FACE OF TRACK STRUCTURE DALLAS, TEXAS 75206 STORAGE 41 SF RAF-1 F.D. EWC 214-526-7237 FAX ROOF HATCH & LADDER STAIR 1 RAF-1 MEN 164 SF D D ROOF BELOW EQUIPMENT N.I.C. ELEV MACH 82 SF ROOF HATCH & LADDER E MOVEABLE PLATFORM N.I.C. YOUTH MEETING ROOM 1216 SF A551 SEE NOTE 9. 14' L.F. OF WALL PADS WITH LOGO SERVICE SINK EWC OFFICE 141 SF C1 CHECK IN DESK STAIR 1 MENS 206 SF D STORAGE 30 SF CUSTOM BUILT IN CONTROL DESK UP INTERIOR FACE BRICK 6 N.I.C. SNACK AREA 243 SF D2 DUMBBELL RACK N.I.C. LOBBY 2700 SF TROPHY DISPLAY CASES STORAGE 5 ARCHITECTURE - INTERIOR DESIGN - PLANNING E3 DOMESTIC WATER HEATER & VALVE ROOM 142 SF E E 4 A201 214-559-4851 TEL COVERED ENTRY Not Enclosed FLAT SCREEN MONITOR, N.I.C. MEETING ROOM #4 721 SF MEETING ROOM #3 435 SF FLAT SCREEN MONITOR, N.I.C. MEETING ROOM #2 457 SF 3 8350 NORTH CENTRAL EXPRESSWAY, SUITE 500 MANUALLY OPERATED FOLDING PARTITIONS 25 25 25 MANUALLY OPERATED FOLDING PARTITIONS 25 2 ARCHITECTURE - INTERIOR DESIGN - PLANNING C1 E WORK ISLAND N.I.C. 1 6 DALLAS, TEXAS 75206 5 25 214-526-7237 FAX 4 A201 214-559-4851 TEL 3 DW Christ the King Catholic Church and School Master Plan and Parish Community Center 2 8350 NORTH CENTRAL EXPRESSWAY, SUITE 500 1 RAF-1 PT-1 VESTIBULE 195 SF WALL PADS (NO LOGO) SHOWER 61 SF 42" HIGH PAINTED STEEL GUARDRAIL - CONTINUOUS (REFER TO PARTIAL ELEVATION 5/A251) WOMEN 160 SF F.D. BUILT-IN SHELVING AND CABINETS MOTORIZED FORWARD FOLDING BSKETBALL BACKSTOP, SEE NOTE 7. ADA ADA TOILET / SHOWERS 233 SF L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L DIVIDER NET 78 Athletic lockers 180 PE lockers F.D. VOLLEYBALL INSERTS (4) C STORAGE 495 SF (4) 15'-0" TIP AND ROLL BLEACHERS L L L L L L A202 C 2 78 Athletic lockers 180 PE lockers L L L L L L L L L Christ The King Parish Community Center A1 B1 2-COURT GYM 13867 SF A251 D4 D1 THE DESIGN DOCUMENTS DEPICTED HEREIN ARE INCOMPLETE AND MAY NOT BE USED FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION VESTIBULE 193 SF RONALD J. SHAW, 4310 EWC STORAGE 38 SF WALL PADS (NO LOGO) ADA COILING COUNTER DOOR DUMB WAITER 14 SF SEE NOTE 8 INTERIOR FACE BRICK OFFICE 130 SF BALL RACK OVERHEAD COINLING GRILLE AND COUNTER BENCH, N.I.C. SERVICE SINK COACHES OFFICES 272 SF TROPHY CASE N.I.C. STORAGE 108 SF PLAN NOTES STORAGE 140 SF N.I.C. 2. PROVIDE 2" VERTICALLY SUSPENDED 2'x4' ACOUSTICAL BAFFLES AT THE FOUR MANSARD SLOPED AREAS WITHIN THE TWO COURT AREA FOR AN APPROXIMATE COVERAGE EQUAL TO 3,200 S.F. GYM STORAGE 729 SF ROOF HATCH & LADDER ROOF HATCH & LADDER ELEC. ROOM 175 SF Size 43,000 sf Construction Cost $9,000,000 Completion Date 2012 est. 71 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] 8' 16' 3 6. PROVIDE WOOD BLOCKING AT CASEWORK LOCATIONS AS NEEDED. PROVIDE WOOD BLOCKING AT ALL WALLMOUNTED FLAT SCREEN MONITOR LOCATIONS AT 84" A.F.F. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. A A202 4 The project started with a phased master plan for this traditional Catholic Community. The design team worked closely with the Pastor, planning committees, and nearly 20 parish organizations to define the vision for the Community and develop a plan for improvement and growth. Key to the success of the master plan was the careful coordination between the needs of the Parish and those of the School. Although one entity, they have separate needs. The master plan developed plans to give the School greater identity, security, and space while allowing growth and greater identity for the Catholic Community or Parish functions. After completion of the master plan and initial fund-raising, work began on the 5 7. PROVIDE 8 NEW BASKETBALL BACKSTOP STRUCTURE. PROVIDE 2 NEW GLASS BACKBOARDS, HEIGHT ADJUSTERS, NETS, ETC AS SPECIFIED. PROVIDE FOR SALVAGE OF 6 EXISTING GLASS BACKBOARDS AND HEIGHT ADJUSTERS FROM EXISTING GYM FACILITY. A1 Plan Level 2 1/8" = 1'-0" 1 8. OWNER TO ADVISE ON EQUIPMENT LAYOUT FOR KITCHENETTE / CONCESSIONS. PROVIDE ALLOWANCE. N 9. CONSTRUCT ELEVATOR SHAFT FOR FUTURE 0' 4' 8' 16' UNDERGROUND CONCOURSE LEVEL. 6 Design Development BENCH N.I.C RAF-1 ROOF BELOW CPT-1 STORAGE 185 SF PLAN NOTES STAIR 2 180 SF LOBBY 316 SF ARCHITECT COORDINATED DRAWINGS. ENGINEERING DRAWINGS WERE ENGINEERED AND DRAWN BY THOSE DISCIPLINES 1. PROVIDE 3" FABRIC WRAPPED GLASS FIBER ASCOUSTICAL WALL PANELS FOR AN APPROXIMATE COVERAGE EQUAL TO 4,000S.F. DN 2. PROVIDE 2" VERTICALLY SUSPENDED 2'x4' ACOUSTICAL BAFFLES AT THE FOUR MANSARD SLOPED AREAS WITHIN THE TWO COURT AREA FOR AN APPROXIMATE COVERAGE EQUAL TO 3,200 S.F. ROOF BELOW REVISIONS 3. REFER TO SHEET A601 FOR STANDARD PARTITION TYPES. Level 1 Floor Plan 5. RETRACTABLE BLEACHERS ARE TO BE SALVAGED FROM EXISTING GYM FACILITY, MODIFIED AND STORED FOR REUSE. ARCADE 816 SF C1 N 2 TRACK 15035 SF 3. REFER TO SHEET A601 FOR STANDARD PARTITION TYPES. 3/12/2010 1:41:14 PM 3/12/2010 1:41:07 PM 4' RONALD J. SHAW, 4310 B D3 REVISIONS 4. REUSE EXISTING ATHLETIC FLOORING FROM CURRENT GYM IN THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS -FLOORING AT ADULT EXERCISE -DECORATIVE VERTICAL PANELS AT 50% PERIMETER OF THE YOUTH MEETING ROOM BENCH, N.I.C. LOBBY 656 SF THE DESIGN DOCUMENTS DEPICTED HEREIN ARE INCOMPLETE AND MAY NOT BE USED FOR REGULATORY APPROVAL, PERMIT, OR CONSTRUCTION 42" HIGH PAINTED STEEL GUARDRAIL - CONTINUOUS (REFER TO PARTIAL ELEVATION 5/A251) ARCHITECT COORDINATED DRAWINGS. ENGINEERING DRAWINGS WERE ENGINEERED AND DRAWN BY THOSE DISCIPLINES 1. PROVIDE 3" FABRIC WRAPPED GLASS FIBER ASCOUSTICAL WALL PANELS FOR AN APPROXIMATE COVERAGE EQUAL TO 4,000S.F. WASHER / DRYER N.I.C. WASHER / DRYER INTERIOR FACE BRICK 1 Christ The King Parish Community Center Christ the King Catholic Church DINING/ MEETING REF., DW, N.I.C. N.I.C. TEAM STOR. 175 SF STAIR 2 181 SF UP FACILITY OFFICE 253 SF COVERED ENTRY 219 SF 0' D4 D1 A551 A Plan Level 1 1/8" = 1'-0" A251 579 SF Design Development 14' L.F. OF WALL PADS WITH LOGO BUILT-IN KNEE SPACE ROOF HATCH & LADDER KITCHENETTE/ CONCESSIONS 423 SF COILING COUNTER DOOR B B WIRELESS SCOREBOARD MOUNTED AT FACE OF TRACK STRUCTURE A1 B1 VEST. 68 SF B ARCADE 482 SF A201 A1 Christ the King Catholic Church F.D. ADA F.D. C A1 SKY LOUNGE 1209 SF 138 PERSON RETRACTABLE BLEACHERS SEE NOTE 5 GIRLS LOCKER 503 SF F.D. WOMENS 208 SF OPEN TO BELOW FURNITURE N.I.C. 120 PERSON BLEACHERS L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L 4'x6' FULL HEIGHT FRMAED MIRROR L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L L ADA FURNITURE N.I.C. BOYS LOCKER 500 SF L L L L L L L L 4'x6' FULL HEIGHT FRAMED MIRROR C DECK 452 SF VEST. 69 SF TOILET / SHOWERS 234 SF F.D. L L L L L L L L L L L ADA A A101 4. REUSE EXISTING ATHLETIC FLOORING FROM CURRENT GYM IN THE FOLLOWING APPLICATIONS -FLOORING AT ADULT EXERCISE -DECORATIVE VERTICAL PANELS AT 50% PERIMETER OF THE YOUTH MEETING ROOM c COPYRIGHT 2009 2 6. PROVIDE WOOD BLOCKING AT CASEWORK LOCATIONS AS NEEDED. PROVIDE WOOD BLOCKING AT ALL WALLMOUNTED FLAT SCREEN MONITOR LOCATIONS AT 84" A.F.F. UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. C1 7. PROVIDE 8 NEW BASKETBALL BACKSTOP STRUCTURE. PROVIDE 2 NEW GLASS BACKBOARDS, HEIGHT ADJUSTERS, NETS, ETC AS SPECIFIED. PROVIDE FOR SALVAGE OF 6 EXISTING GLASS BACKBOARDS AND HEIGHT ADJUSTERS FROM EXISTING GYM FACILITY. A202 00823.000 JOB NO: DATE: 01/15/2010 DRAWN BY: BN QC CHECK: Checker DATE: FILE: 8. OWNER TO ADVISE ON EQUIPMENT LAYOUT FOR KITCHENETTE / CONCESSIONS. PROVIDE ALLOWANCE. STAINED GLASS WINDOW PROVIDED BY OWNER. CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE TRANSPORT AND INSTALLATION. 9. CONSTRUCT ELEVATOR SHAFT FOR FUTURE UNDERGROUND CONCOURSE LEVEL. 3 Level 2 - Floor Plan 5. RETRACTABLE BLEACHERS ARE TO BE SALVAGED FROM EXISTING GYM FACILITY, MODIFIED AND STORED FOR REUSE. SHELL SPACE 595 SF 4 5 6 A A102 00823.000 JOB NO: DATE: 01/15/2010 DRAWN BY: BN QC CHECK: Checker DATE: FILE: c COPYRIGHT 2009 design of the first phase as envisioned in the master plan. The Parish Community Center is currently under construction and will feature youth spaces, work out facilities, meeting rooms, and a two-court gym with locker rooms. Professional Portfolio 72
  40. 40. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] University Park United Methodist Church Multi-Purpose Addition and Renovation Size 33,000 sf Construction Cost $7,000,000 Completion Date 2011 est. 73 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Starting with a comprehensive, phased master plan, the design team worked closely with the Pastor and planning committees, to define the vision for the Community and develop a plan for improvement and growth. The master plan focused on current utilization of the existing facilities, the capacities of the facilities, and methods of growth. The first design phase included renovations to the children’s Sunday and Weekday School classrooms. The second phase included additional renovations and a new addition. The addition will contain a new entry and two-story gathering space, welcome desk, children’s facilities, and a multi-purpose worship / gym room. The exterior design is equally important. To tie with the character of the campus and the desires of the client, a Georgian style was employed. Cast stone and specialized brick patterns (Flemish garden bond) unite the new addition to the existing buildings. Professional Portfolio 74
  41. 41. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] La Chiesa San Massimiliano Kolbe di Varese Completion Date 1995 S.M. Kolbe is a parish in Varese, Italy, a small city south of Lugano, Switzerland. The church complex contains facilities for the entire parish and includes fellowship, education, sports, and worship for 500. for the entry of the celebrants past the community and toward the altar. Within the courtyard, one sees the belfry and has a connection with the small chapel. The church is expressed as a semicircular dome with arms partially extended around a freely shaped welcoming courtyard. The hemispherical structure is made of wood glulam and covered with a white glossy ceramic shell on the exterior. Wood beams and deck remain exposed on the interior. The dome is lifted on short columns and appears to float above a surrounding pond of water. The adjoining parish facilities are located on axis with the back entrance and altar. This axis serves 75 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 76
  42. 42. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Various Church Master Plans Quest Class RM 204 722 SF 36 /28 Aldersgate Class Children’s Choir RM 206 / 208 1,090 SF 54 / 43 Christian Parenting RM 210 845 SF 42 / 33 Come as you are Prodigals Children’s Handbells Children’s Choir RM 212 400 SF 20 / 16 RM 214 400SF 20 / 16 Fellowship Bible RM 202 337 SF 16 / 12 Friends RM 216 420 SF 21 / 16 Mech. Seco Church Master Plan Experience: Northway Christian First United Methodist Allen Park Cities Baptist University Park United Methodist Highland Park Presbyterian Christ the King Catholic St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Chase Oaks Church Preston Road Church of Christ Stonebriar Community Church Spring Valley United Methodist Episcopal Church of the Incarnation Orchard Hills Baptist Scofield Memorial Heights Baptist Hampton Road Baptist Grace Church 77 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] An old cartoon shows a painter painting himself into a corner. Left with no exit, the painter paints a door and leaves the room...Unfortunately, construction is less forgiving. The best projects have a vision for growth, change, and optimal utilization for years to come. Master planning is a process by which the needs and wants of a client can be contemplated over time before construction. Spaces can be right sized and buildings correctly located before expensive drawings are commissioned or dirt turned. The best master plans are a tremendous value. When construction costs can exceed $200 per square foot, the master plan can pay for itself by identifying just a few spaces not to build. Lastly, experience has shown that master plans are a very good method for a client to develop staff or stakeholder support and consensus building prior to fund raising or initiating the ultimate project. Pre-K Supplies RM 189 Mice RM 188 585 SF 14 / 12 Bazaar/ Crafts RM 182 722 SF W Crayon RM 184 542 SF 13 /11 Clown RM 186 691 SF 17 / 14 M Supplies RM 190 124 SF Computer Lab Rotation RM 192 576 SF Ducks RM 194 547 SF 13 / 11 Electrical RM 180 Theater/ Gathering Harriet Carrol RM 198 112 SF Video Center Rotation RM 196 502 SF Art / Cooking Rotation RM 170 300 SF Infants RM 172 300 SF 7/5 Holly Lewis RM 168 236 SF Turtle RM 164/166 486 SF 12 / 10 Butterflies Toddler / 2’s RM 174 346 SF 8/7 Ponies RM 176 326 SF 8 /7 Sto. 73 SF Choir RM 112 612 SF Sanctuary Storage 385 SF Narthex 1195 SF Sanctuary Chancel 1104 SF Sanctuary 4689 SF Balcony Above (Not Shown) 1100 SF Bride’s Rm /Parlor RM 108 Rusty King 476 SF RM 110 110 SF Robing 227 SF Loggia 1140 SF Anna HosemannButler RM 104 234 SF W Bears 3’s / 4’s RM 162 544 SF 13 / 11 Drama Rotation RM 158 / 160 410 SF K R 1 Dining (SPOTS) RM 154 / 156 690 SF M Paula Huffaker RM 100-B 143 SF Volunteers C. Nicholas RM 120 RM 102 166 SF 142 SF Study RM 100-A 74 sf Mark Vowell RM 100 254 SF Elec. Utility RM 140 RM 138 Cheryl Murphy RM 132 116 SF Work RM 122 246 SF M Jan Hudgins RM 134 263 SF W M Utility RM 141 214 SF W Mechanical RM 136 Network RM 136-B 61 SF Carlos Nascimento RM 124 282 SF Library /Groom’s Rm /Conf. RM 130 428 SF Professional Portfolio D.Alexander / K.Watson RM 126 282 SF 78 Tony Holiday RM 142 141 SF
  43. 43. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Municipal and Corporate 79 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 80
  44. 44. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Insight For Living Headquarters Size 92,000 sf Construction Cost $19,000,000 Completion Date 2012 est. Insight for Living Incorporated is the broadcast and communication ministry of Pastor Chuck Swindoll and his wife Cynthia. Following completion of Stonebriar Church, the Swindolls desired to move their ministry’s headquarters closer to the church. The new headquarters would support administrative, production, and support staff, recording studios, video support and production facilities, meeting and gathering rooms, and short-term apartments. The project began by developing planned development documents to create a site adjacent to the church. Floor plans and exterior character were developed after very close consultation with the client. A Mediterranean style was selected to 81 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] complement the adjacent church and the character demands required by the city. Arches, clay tile roofs, and distressed stucco and stone would establish the traditional image. The site required careful attention to storm water management. To accommodate expected water retention, half the site water would be stored underground. The other half of the water would be diverted to an ornamental pond at the corner of the site adjacent to a major city intersection. The exterior design was developed in conjunction with Fusch Architects. Rendering by Fusch Architects Professional Portfolio 82
  45. 45. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Haltom City Public Library Size 30,000 sf Construction Cost $6,000,000 Completion Date 2007 Additional Library Experience Brownsville Public Library Coppell Public Library National Library of Kuwait Kuwait University Jaber Al-Ahmed Library Haltom City is a suburb of Fort Worth, Texas. As part of a plan to upgrade the city’s image and facilities, a new library was needed to replace an outdated and undersized facility. While most city facilities have a traditional character, the city desired that the new library appear more contemporary to conform with a new planned development adjacent to the library’s site. two large sloping monitors. The north elevation has an extensive amount of glass to allow plentiful daylight and allow for views to a planned park. The design was challenged by a freight rail line in close proximity to the site. To mitigate the train and horn noise and the harsh west sun a bar of service, staff, and meeting rooms was created as a buffer to the main library space. The building and interior spaces are defined by 83 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 84
  46. 46. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Senior Center at Frisco Square Size 10,000 sf Construction Cost $2,000,000 Completion Date 2004 85 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] The city’s original senior center no longer met the needs of its visitors. Programming meetings and tours of other centers led to an economical design which conformed with the strict architectural expression mandated within the Frisco Square development. In addition to the design of this facility, the project included master planning of a 3.5 acre site for the Senior Center and its future expansion. Meeting rooms, a lounge space, fitness space and a kitchen help to make this an exciting building for the City of Frisco. The interior design is traditional, with stained wood accents of wood crown molds and chair rails. The exterior features detailed brick patterns, cast-stone arches, awnings, finals, and other details to tie to the overall development and the desires of the seniors. Professional Portfolio 86
  47. 47. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Exxon Endangered Tiger Habitat and Southeast Asia Primate Exhibit, Dallas Zoo Size 3 acres Construction Cost $4,400,000 Completion Date 1999 87 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] The Exxon Tiger Exhibit: Tigers of Southeast Asia is a 2 acre valley site featuring Indo-Chinese and Sumatran Tiger habitats in a rotation concept. The site offers the zoo outstanding opportunities to devote focused attention on tiger conservation and breeding of these endangered species. The design approach was to concentrate the major viewing from a Thai-themed viewing structure within the heavily forested “jungle” bowl, spanning the center of the tiger’s habitat. The visitor’s journey along a meandering trail crossing streams with multiple views through bamboo groves and blinds. The trail provides chance encounters and discovery events to understand the behavior and situation of tigers in the wild. The dramatic peak of the experience places the visitors within the center of the Tiger Habitat. The primary tiger holding occurs in a separate structure off-exhibit and under the Thai houses. Directly adjacent to the tiger exhibit is a new primate exhibit. Large steel structures were developed to allow a comfortable enclosure and allow viewing by the public. Existing structures were reused and re-purposed for off-exhibit primate housing. The project was developed in conjunction with Ursa International. Professional Portfolio 88
  48. 48. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Northpark Central Office Building Renovation Completion Date 1995 The 20-story office building across from Northpark Mall needed new life and desired a class “A” image: the lobby was dated and poorly oriented to the street, the parking garage ingress and egress cutoff the lobby entrance from pedestrians, and the identity or character to the street and block was poor. One of the more interesting aspects of the project occurred before construction. To prepare the building for the project, a chalk pastel mural was drawn on site to represent the view and configuration of the lobby to come. The winning design of a competition, the design addresses the various deficiencies but re-routing car and service access on the site, carving out a new lobby entrance, and creating a focal entrance and identity wall for passersby. Lastly, accessibility issues were addressed throughout the building and site. 89 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 90
  49. 49. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Heritage Square Office Development and Renovation Completion Date 1995 As part of an upgrade of two office buildings at Heritage Square development in Dallas, Texas, a comprehensive development would include office space, underground parking and site amenities. Models, plans, and renderings were developed to communicate design concepts to the development managers and owners. 91 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 92
  50. 50. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Zakat House Competition Completion Date 1995 Winning proposal for an invited entry competition. The Zakat House proposal ties to regional architecture through the use of materials, color, form, and massing. A shaded entry and vehicular court leads to a monumental west entry. Beyond the entry is a multistory atrium with tempered sunlight from deeply recessed and shaded windows. Zakat House is a Kuwaiti charity organization 93 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 94
  51. 51. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Resume and Additional Information 95 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 96
  52. 52. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Michael Voit Resume Resume Career Highlights Professional Background Professional Background (Cont.) Creative registered architect with substantial leadership experience in design direction, office and studio management, marketing and business development, and client service across a wide range of institutional project types. Proven ability to successfully balance creative, technical, and financial issues and lead in all phases of project management and project delivery. Demonstrated success in programming, master planning, and design through collaboration and attention to each client’s unique vision, criteria and goals. Areas of experience include: •Creative Design Solutions •Leadership Skills / Methods •Client Relationships •Presentation Development •Staff Development •Market Research and Analysis •Contract / Fee Negotiation •Collaborative Teamwork •Sustainable Design Honors / Awards Led design efforts for the Dallas office’s Science and Technology (University) and Worship Studios. Directed the client-relations, business development, marketing, and staffing efforts for the office’s Municipal, Private School, and Faith-based practices. Served on Executive Committee which managed local office operations and corporate integration. Served on corporate National Design Committee. Achievements: •Highest number of new projects by principal 2009-2011 (Q2) •Highest billings by principal 2010-2011(Q2) •Developed and led office’s design and education initiatives •Selected to attend Corporate National Leadership Training •Highest marks (10/10) for design solution and creativity by SmithGroup Ursuline Academy client survey Principal and Design leader on a wide variety of project types including University, K-12 and private schools, and Faith-based projects. Led and managed client relationships and projects from RFP/RFQ’s and contracts through design, production, and construction administration. Educated staff about optimal production and design software use and integration with project workflow. 97 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] •Introduced, developed, and promoted LEED to office, including first accreditation •Designed and led LEED Gold certification efforts for Ursuline Academy. •Developed and implemented software integration for new office marketing, design, and production standards Corgan Associates Architects, Dallas, Texas, 1991-1992 Professor, Dr. Justus Dahinden, Zurich, Switzerland, 1990 Lockwood, Andrews, and Newnam, Houston, Texas, 1988-1990 Design Principal, Studio and Practice Leader: SmithGroup, Inc., Dallas, Texas, 2009 – 2011 (Following SmithGroup’s merger with F&S Partners Incorporated) Principal / Partner: F&S Partners Incorporated, Dallas, Texas, 1992 – 2009 (Merged with SmithGroup, Inc. in 2009) Achievements: Published Projects ASU Magazine, Outstanding Design, Ursuline Academy, 2011 Texas Construction, Award of Excellence, Green Building Category, Ursuline Academy French Family Center, 2010 Golden Trowel Award, Hon. Mention, PCBC Baptist Church, 2009 House of Worship Awards, Best Church Design – New Construction Project, Park Cities Baptist Church CLC, 2007 Design Ovation, ASID, Honorable Mention, Dallas Chapter, Park Cities Baptist Church Community Life Center, 2007 Cast Stone Institute, Hon. Mention, Church of the Incarnation, 2004 NIRSA, Outstanding Sports Facility Award, Student Services Bldg., 2004 TCA, Achievement Award, de Zavala Middle School, 2003 CEFPI Project of Distinction, de Zavala Middle School, 2002 CEFPI Impact on Learning Award, de Zavala Middle School, 2002 TASA/TASB Award for Innovation, de Zavala Middle School, 2002 Texas Construction Magazine, Award of Merit, de Zavala MS, 2002 Golden Trowel Award, Outstanding Masonry Design, State of Texas, Church of the Incarnation, 1999 NorthPark Central Design Competition, Winning Design Entry, 1995 Dean’s Merit Scholarship, University of Dallas, MBA Program, 2005 Dallas A.I.A. Ken Roberts Competition, Works selected for exhibition ENR, Ursuline Academy French Family Addition, December 2010 Dallas Morning News, School Dedicates Science Facility, May 2010 Texas Construction, Parking for Park Cities, October 2005 Texas Architect, Lorenzo de Zavala Middle School, Jan/Feb 2003 Dallas Morning News, Schools looking smart…, December 2002 Dallas Morning News, Environment central to design…, August 2000 Professional Portfolio 98
  53. 53. M I C H A E L V O I T [a r c h i t e c t ] Michael Voit Resume Published Projects (Cont.) Presentations Education License / Accreditation Professional Affiliations Texas Architect, Exxon Endangered Tiger Habitat, Jul/Aug 2000 Texas Architect, Midway High School Auditorium, Mar/Apr 1996 Texas Architect, NorthPark Central, Jan/Feb 1996 Ursuline Academy, Pythagorean theorem in architecture, March 2011 TLA State Conference, Take the LEED in Green Libraries, March 2009 North Texas Library System, Green design in libraries, September 2008 Worship Facilities Expo, 10 steps for Master Planning, October 2007 NE Texas Library System, Planning you library’s expansion, May 2006 Dallas AIA, Design Awards Unbuilt Project Presentation, 2006 Irving ISD, Several presentations to classes on architecture, 2002-2004 Production member for R/UDAT for Austin, Texas, 1991 Master of Business Administration, University of Dallas, 2007 - Graduated with Highest Honors (4.0) Bachelor of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin, 1991 State of Texas License #18403 LEED Accredited Professional- Building Design + Construction American Institute of Architects Texas Society of Architects AIA Dallas TSA, Texas Architects Committee, Advisory Trustee Dallas AIA, Design Award Committee Dallas AIA, Young Architects Forum Dallas AIA, Educational Outreach Committee Council of Educational Facility Planners International Board Member, Preston Highlands Neighborhood Association Preston Ridge Trail Advisory Committee Irving ISD Partnership for Schools R/UDAT Austin, Texas 1991 Additional Notable Projects F&S Partners; Dallas, Texas Kuwait National Library, Kuwait City, Kuwait UNTHSC Vivarium, Ft. Worth, Texas UT Austin Gregory Gym Addition, Austin, Texas Baylor Mayborn Museum Phase 1, Waco, Texas Park Cities Baptist Church Activities Bldg. Renovation, University Park, Texas Ursuline Academy Performing Arts Addition, Dallas, Texas Highland Park Presbyterian Classroom and Sanctuary Renovation, University Park, Texas American Airlines Admirals Club Renovation, Atlanta, Georgia F&S Partners Offices, Dallas, Texas Peat Marwick Corporate Offices, Dallas, Texas CompUSA Corporate Headquarters, Dallas, Texas Health Trust Medical Office Building, Longview, Texas City of Brownsville Public Library, Brownsville, Texas City of Coppell Public Library, Coppell, Texas Balch Spring Public Library (Design only), Balch Springs, Texas TCU Brite Divinity Housing, Ft. Worth, Texas SMU Underwood Law Library Renovation, University Park, Texas Brookhaven College Renovations, Dallas, Texas World Savings Bank, Plano, Texas TCU Sid Richardson Hall Renovation, Ft. Worth, Texas Professor Doctor Justus Dahinden; Zurich, Switzerland Sea & Sun Resort, Tel Aviv, Israel The Springs Neighborhood, Jacksonville, Florida Creditanstalt Bank, Vienna, Austria Schweizerische Kreditanstalt, Luzern, Switzerland Lockwood, Andrews, and Newnam; Houston, Texas Army Vehicle Facility, Red River Army Depot, Texarkana, Texas NASA Building 4B - Flight Training and Operations Addition, Houston, Texas Golden Aluminum Factory Administration Addition, San Antonio, Texas Corgan Associates Architects; Dallas, Texas Wilson Middle School Addition, Plano, Texas Sigler Elementary School Renovations, Plano, Texas Grapevine / Colleyville Heritage Middle School, Colleyville, Texas Science Place Museum Omnimax Addition, Dallas, Texas Dual United States / Switzerland citizenship - Right to work in Switzerland and EU 99 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t] Professional Portfolio 100
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  55. 55. MV[a] M I C H A E L D . V O I T, A I A , L E E D A P B D + C Architec t, State of Texas #18403 214.728.4465 mdvoit@gmail.com 103 MICHAEL VOIT [architec t]

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