Bill Prindle, LEED AP, has rejoined HDR’s Justice Program as a project director based out of the firm’s Dallas office. Prindle’s extensive work with correctional facilities across the U.S. includes the award-winning California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Correctional Healthcare Facility Stockton (CHCF), a project he previously completed while at HDR. A 35-year veteran in programming, design and construction administration, Prindle’s strengths include working with public agencies on large scale and design-build projects. He has served as the chair for the AIA Committee on Architecture for Justice, as a member of the NFPA Subcommittee on Detention and Correctional Occupancies and as a trainer for the American Jail Association’s “Surviving Jail Design and Construction” seminars. Additionally he has been a speaker at AIA, ACA and AJA conferences.
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