Peter B. Dannenfelser II, AIA
Born and raised in Sacramento, California
Graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science
in Architecture. Year of Study Abroad - University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
President of Architectural Arts,
Three decades of professional experience with a focus on Commercial
Architecture –Space Planning, Tenant Improvement, Historic renovation,
Adaptive Re-use and new Shell Construction.
A partial list of completed State of California tenant Improvement
Cal Trans 25,000 s.f. Natomas Corporate Center
Air Resources Board 125,000 s.f. 2020 L Street
California Highway Patrol 8,000 s.f. 9th and R Street
California Conservation Corp. 16,000 s.f. 24th and R Streets
California State Fire Marshal 14,000 s.f. 12th and S Street
Ca. Department of Forestry 24,000 s.f. 13th and U Street
Ca. Dept. of Health & Human Services 225,000 s.f. North 7th Street
Department of Corrections 64,000 s.f. Aerojet
Ca. Lottery 85,000 s.f. Rancho Cucamonga & Sacramento
A partial list of completed Private Sector projects includes:
Law Offices of Thompson and Heller Wells Fargo Center
Prudential Securities Wells Fargo Center
Eastman Kodak Wells Fargo Center
Capital Campaigns Elks Tower at 921 11th Street
Planning and Conservation League Elks Tower at 921 11th Street
Verizon Wireless Tenant Improvements near Mather Park
HealthNet (repeat client – 3 separate projects) Aerojet/Gencorp
New or major modification Shell work:
Sacramento County Sheriff and Voter Registration 7000 65th St.
El Dorado Physical Therapy - Shell and T.I. Folsom, CA
The Phoenix School for Children - Shell and T.I. Dixon, CA.
GenCorp Visitor Center, Shell and T.I. Aerojet
SMUD Warehouse conversion to Offices 6000 Folsom Blvd.
GMC Car Dealership - Shell and T.I. Grass Valley. CA
Day Care Center - Shell and T.I. Natomas, CA
Pro Bono Work:
Designed accessible playgrounds for: Sac. Food Bank Services & WEAVE
Special interest in Historic Architecture. Citizen’s Advisory Board
renovation of the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium.
I am the architect for the current owners of the Elks Tower at 921 11th
Street (built in 1926) and serve as an advisor to the YWCA Building
Committee and the Masonic Temple Building.
Thank you for the opportunity to introduce Architectural Arts.