Garvin County, Oklahoma, located 60 miles south of the state capital of Oklahoma City, has been using the same prison for so long that it’s in need of total replacement rather than a renovation, justice leaders believe.Read more
Each year, the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Justice publishes the Justice Facilities Review to showcase projects across the United States that integrate exemplary strategies in justice facility design and construction.
This year, the JFR jury selected 23 projects, including eight citation awards for architectural and design excellence.Read more
Each year the American Institute of Architects Academy of Architecture for Justice publishes the Justice Facilities Review, which showcases projects throughout the United States that integrate exemplary, proven strategies in the design and construction of justice facilities.
The Justice Facilities Review provides industry professionals with a peer-generated indicator of progressive trends within justice facility architecture.Read more