2013 AAJ Justice Facilities Review Award Recipients

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Justice Facilities Review 2013

The Justice Facilities Review documents best practices in planning and design for Justice Architecture. Functionality and community impact, sustainability and economic feasibility, as well as aesthetic achievements are essential elements for identifying the success of these projects. Your submission should provide sufficient information to help the jurors understand the unique aspects of the project and the role that the architect and the team played in the development of the solution.

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►  Project profiles will be featured in upcoming AAJ Journals and the JFR13 book, which will be available print-on-demand this fall.


Waterloo Region Courthouse

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Firm: NORR Limited Architects and Engineers

Rankin Inlet Healing Facility

Nunavut Territory, Canada
Firm: Parkin Architects Limited

Richard E. Arnason Justice Center

Pittsburg, California, USA
Firm: HOK

San Diego County Women's Detention Facility

Santee, California, USA
Firm: HMC Architects

Published Projects

Court Facilities

John M. Roll United States Courthouse

Yuma, Arizona, USA
Firm: Ehrlich Architects

The New Yuba City Courthouse

Yuba City, California, USA
Firm: RossDrulisCusenbery Architecture

The New Chatham County Trial Courthouse

Savannah, Georgia, USA
Firm: Dewberry Architects Inc.

Lake County Judicial Center Expansion

Tavares, Florida, USA
Firm: Heery International

Franklin County Common Pleas Courthouse

Columbus, Ohio, USA
Firm: DesignGroup

United States Courthouse – Rockford, IL

Rockford, Illinois, USA
Firm: Dewberry Architects Inc.

Superior Court of California, County of Kings, New Hanford Courthouse

Hanford, California, USA
Firm: DLR Group

George C. Young U.S. Courthouse and Federal Building

Orlando, Florida, USA
Firm: DLR Group

US Federal Courthouse Design Competition

Los Angeles, California, USA
Firm: NBBJ

Correctional and Detention Facilities

The New Model Prison for Mexico's Federal Penitentiary System

Mexico City, Mexico
Firm: CGL Companies

Wake County Detention Center Phase 2 Expansion

Wake County, North Carolina, USA
Firm: Little Diversified Architectural Consulting

Law Enforcement Facilities

Johnson County Sheriff's Criminalistics Laboratory

Olathe, Kansas, USA
Firm: PGAV Architects

Toronto Police Service 14 Division

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Firm: Stantec Architecture Ltd.

2013 JFR Jury

The following jury members for this year's award program include:

Jay Farbstein, FAIA, Chair, JFA, Pacific Palisades, California 
Earl Cook, Alexandria Police, Washington, DC 
Duane B. Delaney, District of Columbia Court System, Washington, DC 
Tom Donaghy, AIA, Kishimoto.Gordon. Dalaya, Phoenix 
Tom Faust, District of Columbia Department of Corrections, Washington, DC 
Maynard Feist, AIA, Lionakis, Sacramento 
Jim McClaren, AIA, McClaren, Wilson, Lawrie, Phoenix

2012 AIA Justice Facilities Review

Kyu Young Kim, Assoc. AIA
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The Justice Facilities Review 2012 publication is now available!

The Justice Facilities Review offers the profession an indicator of proven strategies and the latest trends in the design and construction of justice facilities in the U.S. The jury chooses projects for publication that demonstrate quality of form, functionality, and current architectural responses to complex justice design issues.

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