Our senior corrections architects have helped lead the evolution of the linear, indirect supervised jail into the new generation of podular, direct supervision facilities. We understand how the built environment can improve operations; staffing levels; and the overall security of correctional officers, inmates, and the wider community.
Deep Corrections Architecture Experience at Every Level of Government
Today, correctional leaders seek facilities that cost less to construct, encourage behavioral change, properly service a changing population’s needs, and free up institutional space for the most violent offenders. Our experience includes local and county jails from 20 to 2,000 beds; prisons at state, federal, and international levels; the full spectrum of youth and special needs facilities; facility and system-wide needs assessments; long-range master plans; and alternative delivery models and construction methods.