Peter Bachmann brings his skill as a strategic thinker and consensus builder to the development and delivery of a variety of project types.
With more than 30 years of planning, design and management experience, Peter G. Bachmann, AIA brings his skill as a strategic thinker and consensus builder to the development and delivery of a variety of project types. Peter partners with clients, stakeholders, consultants and colleagues to achieve pragmatic solutions to complex, program- and mission-driven projects. His wide ranging experience includes K-12 public and independent, performing arts, adaptive reuse, historic preservation, workplace, commercial, municipal and mission-critical facilities.
Over the course of his career, Peter has developed long-lasting relationships and a keen understanding on how to bring individuals, organizations and communities together around common goals. A cornerstone of his approach is to make design solutions relatable and to synthesize solutions, resolve complex issues and support the needs of end users. Peter is a compassionate communicator and an advocate for program fidelity and fiscal stewardship.
A frequent contributor to the dialogue on architecture and the built environment, Peter has been a featured speaker at numerous conferences and has contributed to client and industry publications. He has spoken at the AIA National Conference on New Paradigms in Educational Design and Programming and at eastern region independent school events on topics ranging from the Pedagogy of Furniture; Fostering Creativity and Community; the Connection Between Play and Learning; Social Interaction and the Learning Environment; and Redefining the School Library. A native New Yorker, Peter is committed to design that strengthens the connection to context and brings people together around common goals and endeavors.
Peter is a registered Architect in 6 states, a member of the AIA Committee on Architecture for Education and the Society of College and University Planners. He is a graduate of Tufts University and the Rhode Island School of Design, where he received his Bachelor of Architecture degree. He has been a member of the JCJ team since 2009.