Archer & Buchanan Names New Senior Associate
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd., an award-winning residential and institutional design firm, is pleased to announce that Chad V. Peterson has been named a Senior Associate of the West Chester-based practice. Mr. Peterson has been with the firm for 14 years.
“Chad’s work on high-end residences and on recreation, equestrian and religious facilities has been creative, detailed and well-managed,” said Richard Buchanan, AIA. “He has a special expertise in heavy timber construction and design for adaptive reuse.”
Mr. Peterson’s recent projects include the award-winning preservation of a 1901 residence by William Lightfoot Price, numerous horse stables and riding arenas, and a 7,500 sf stone and timber JJR Tolkien-inspired home in Australia currently under construction.
In addition to his project responsibilities, Mr. Peterson manages the firm’s IT department including design, data and telecommunications technology. He also leads the firm’s mentorship program in which he trains intern architects.
“Chad is a methodical thinker and extremely organized,” said Peter Archer, AIA. “He is an asset to the firm whether designing projects, controlling technology, or training young architects.”
A resident of Coatesville, PA, where he serves as Treasurer for the Board of Trustees of the Graystone Academy Charter School, Mr. Peterson studied architecture at Temple University.