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  • When designing a correctional health project, what question(s) have you found essential to ask your clients?   Myself, I have one question that I ask my correctional clients every time I start a project. It sounds like simple semantics, but depending ...

  • AAJ Membership-   The theme of this year's conference is "Enlightened Justice: Advancing Treatment," taking place November 14-16, 2018, Hyatt Regency – Jersey City, NJ. According to the National Alliance on Mental Health, it is estimated more ...

  • Members may be interested in attending the upcoming Architects and Shooting Range Designers Seminar in Jacksonville Florida on April 18, 2018.  There are 7 noted speakers and discussion/workshop sessions planned to cover a wide variety of range design ...

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  • The AAJ Courthouse POE Toolkit - What You’ll Receive Erin Persky, Associate AIA, CCHP   The Toolkit includes: An introduction to post-occupancy evaluations and the goals of this Courthouse Post-Occupancy Evaluation Toolkit. (The first ...

  • Report from AIA AAJ Fall Conference 2018: Jersey City, NJ Tour:  The Red Hook Community Justice Center - Innovative Problem-Solving Courts at the Community Level  By:  Jacob Matthias Kummer   A few weeks ago (in November)  participants ...

  • Report from AIA AAJ Fall Conference 2018: Jersey City, NJ Roundtable Session:  Evidence-Based Design Approaches - Mentally Ill Offenders: Who is “My Keeper”?  By:  Jacob Matthias Kummer   Speakers: Laura Maiello-Reidy, ...

  •   Communications Committee Seasoned Professional Profile of Larry Hartman, AIA     Personal Information:   AAJ: What is your favorite piece of architecture?   LH: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater.  The integration with ...

  • It was great to see so many people at the AAJ Fall Conference in Jersey City this year!   Technically, this is our last journal of 2018!  We are calling this Q3 as we skipped our usual fall publication, however, this issue will make up for it.  I’ll ...