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Our Featured Projects.

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Conceptual Design of Water Park

Architechniques, Ltd. has provided preliminary design and feasibility studies and consulting services on projects ranging from renovations and  to the Tasting Room, new Events Center, overall Master Planning  of the Resort, and planning and renderings of the planned Casino, Water Parks, and Hotels.  


Architechniques, Ltd. provided full architectural and engineering services for this 9,500 square foot medical office building.  This building includes 15 exam rooms, two procedure rooms, two full nurses' stations, provider offices, laboratory and phlebotomy spaces, spacious waiting area, and private registration, referral and counseling spaces. 

John A. Logan Baseball Field Turf Replacement

The scope of work for this project included Architechniques, Ltd. working with Hurst-Rosche Engineers, Inc of Marion, Illinois in designing and overseeing the removal of existing natural turf  infield and sufficient earth sub-base to accommodate installation of new aggregate, drain pipes and synthetic turf.  The General Contractor, ATG Sports, work includes the clearing and grading of the existing surface along with installation of the geo-textile fabric, under-drains, base aggregate, and artificial turf product with infill. the installation of the storm sewers and the decommissioning of the existing irrigation system in the infield area.  Other items of work included a new turf home bullpen area, as well as new fence and fence protection.  This project was made possible by a donation to the John A. Logan College Foundation by the Harrison Bruce Foundation.



John A. Logan Extension Center West Frankfort, Illinois

Architechniques, Ltd. provided programming, design, and full architectural and construction administration services for this project.   The design for this project featured a nearly complete demolition of all interior spaces of the existing vacant building purchased by John A Logan College. New construction of the interiors featured two standard classrooms, a new computer lab, a multi-purpose biology/chemistry lab, a multi-functional space, new conference rooms and meeting spaces which could be used for classrooms, and office and tutoring spaces. Other items required in the renovation included total HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical and Special Systems replacements, and a new roof system on most of the building. This project was completed in August of 2013 and for the first time John A. Logan College can offer a complete Associates degree at this extension center without the students having to leave the site.


SIH- JALC Nursing Simulator

Architechniques, Ltd. was the designer, Architect of Record and provided contract administration services for this project. 

The need for this project came about through collaboration between John A. Logan College and Southern Illinois Healthcare.  This result is a high-tech training center and features simulation labs, which mimic real-life scenarios seen in medical and hospital settings.  This allows the instructors to simulate the indicators and treatment of; heart attacks; cardiac arrest; stroke; trauma and childbirth.


Elements in the design include a simulated OR/ER room, and

ICU and three in-patient sleeping rooms, all of which feature simulation mannequins connected to simulation computers and monitoring devices.  The unit also offers control and monitoring stations and camera and audio recording of the simulation scenarios for playback in the education center.

The design of the space provides staff offices, conference rooms, classrooms, computer labs and work and storage areas.


The project consisted of not only interior finish out of the vacant spaces but also structural modifications to be able to install the new HVAC and medical specialty equipment as well as extension of mechanical and electrical services to the unfinished space.

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Architechniques, Ltd.

817 South Park Avenue

Herrin, IL 62948


Tel: 618-942-6918

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