Personnel


STEVEN H. LOGAN AIA
biographic data


Education


University
of Illinois, Champaign, Illinois
Master of Architecture, Historic Preservation- 1983
Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
Bachelor of Arts- 1972


Professional Certification


Indiana
Registered Architect, #AR00890108
Nevada Registered Architect, #5749
NCARB Registration #52774


Professional Affiliation

American Institute of Architects, Indianapolis
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Experience

As principal in charge of Architecture for the firm of LOGAN ARCHITECTS, Mr. Logan brings to the firm a knowledge and an understanding of architecture that translates into a project that is complete and well thought out. Mr. Logan has expertise in all areas of architecture including, Historic Preservation, adaptive re‑use of buildings, the analysis and development of site plans for many building types including restaurant and retail facilities, and contract administration and observation.


Fine Dining restaurants include: the Abobo Grille-Indianapolis (82nd Street); Adobo Grill-Lombard, Illinois; Adobo Grill-downtown Indianapolis; Spicy Pickle, Fishers, Indiana; Mo's A Place for Steaks; Panache Bistro; Something Different and Snax Restaurant; and Moscow Nights Restaurant. Other restaurant Projects include two Roly Poly sandwich restaurant, a free-standing, drive-thru Subway restaurant, a free-standing Dominos Pizza restaurant, and The Shape Shop, a Weight Watchers restaurant. Retail projects include Table Tops (a retail housewares store), remodeling of Windsor Jewelry Co., and six retail shops at River Crossing Shopping Center, including Sweet Things, Hand ‘n Hand, M. Stevens Jewelers, and Aria's Rugs.


As Principal-in-Charge, Mr. Logan has previously headed the design team for The Restoration of the Indiana Theatre, in Bloomington, Indiana. Other recent historic preservation projects include: The Renovation and Adaptive Re-use of the Frosted Foods Building, Bloomington, Indiana; Feasibility and Preservation Study, and Proposed Planning Study for the Moses Fell Building, Bedford, Indiana; Stinesville Stabilization and Historic Feasibility Study, Historic Stinesville Main Street, Stinesville, Indiana; Preservation Plan/Study, and Preservation Planning Study, Indiana Theatre, Bloomington, Indiana; and renovation and remodeling of the Hood-Farmer House in the historic Lockerbie Square, Indianapolis, Indiana.


Mr. Logan has also provided the project management and design expertise for such diverse projects as the Bloomington Sportsplex, Indianapolis Sports Center Conversion, the Park Fletcher Facility for Eli Lilly, the Circle Theater Renovation, Table Tops , a retail housewares shop in an historic building on Monument Circle, and Union Station, Indianapolis, Indiana. To round out his exposure in all phases of design, Mr. Logan adds to his credit numerous designs of several larger homes and residential remodeling.


Prior to the formation of LOGAN ARCHITECTS Inc., Mr. Logan was Project Manager and Architectural Designer for a large architecture firm in Indianapolis. He was involved with many projects such as: the 101 WEST, a 300,000‑square‑foot speculative building, in Indianapolis, Indiana; expansion and remodeling of the Lilly Corporate Center, the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame; and Meridian @ The Interstate, a l50,000‑square‑foot speculative office building in Carmel, Indiana.


Mr. Logan is an ex-officio of AIA Indianapolis, and has a continuing and personal interest in the Indiana Film Society, the Central Indiana Bicycle Association, National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Indiana Historic Landmarks Foundation. Mr. Logan's community involvement includes being a member on the Board of The Meridian-Kessler Neighborhood Association, Past President of the Maple Road Redevelopment Association, and served as a commissioner on the Meridian Street Historic Preservation Commission, from 1998-2006.


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