The AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice is pleased to open the call for submissions for the 2013 Justice Facilities Review.
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.
The JFR jury is comprised of three architects and three professionals from the fields of Courts, Detention/Corrections and Law Enforcement. How the building works is as important as how it appears. The process of design and how the client was engaged is of interest to the jurors.
A unique category to the JFR is entitled Thought Leadership. Through this category we hope to elicit submissions for strategic or system-wide master plans, research studies, prototype design proposals and any other efforts that our membership are engaged in that further the profession in developing the most effective and innovative approaches to justice practice. While the graphic submission requirements do not directly apply to this category, we ask that submitters provide a succinct summary of the project in no more than 1,000 words. Graphic diagrams or other supporting materials are encouraged to assist the jury panel in quickly understanding the project.
Please review the 2013 JFR Walk Through to see the submission form and download the 2013 Concealed ID Forms before beginning entering your submission on the Submission Web site.
Submissions and Fees
The 2013 submission deadline has passed.
The submission deadline date will be strictly observed; no exceptions will be made. No entry fee will be refunded for entries that are disqualified, late, or not completed. Payments and submissions will only be accepted online.
The submissions fees are $700.00 for the first project, $650.00 for additional project(s), and $400.00 for small firm projects (5 or fewer employees).
Detailed submission requirements can be viewed in the 2013 JFR Walk Through.
Projects that credit any 2013 Justice Facilities Review jury member or his/her firm as architect, associate architect, consultant, or client are ineligible and will be disqualified if submitted.
Communication with jurors by the entrants is inappropriate and cause for disqualification. All architects of award-winning projects must verify that neither they, nor persons acting on their behalf, had any written or other communication with any juror regarding any submitted project from the time of submittal to completion of the jury process.
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
The winning projects are featured throughout the year in the AAJ Journal and compiled into a print and digital publication each fall. Projects boards are displayed at the AIA National Convention and Exposition and at conferences of allied organizations including American Correctional Association, American Jail Association, and the National Association of Court Management.
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