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AAJ 2011 Presentation: Opening Plenary

A pdf of the Opening Plenary presentation given by Leslie Shepherd, AIA. #2011AAJConference

20111102_Opening Plenary.pdf

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AIA-AAJ 2011 Conference: LEED-J: Developing a Sustainability Rating System for Justice

Justice facilities have unique challenges and opportunities for achieving sustainability. Building on the AA J Sustainable Justice Committee’s 2011 “Green Guide for Justice” and informed by the LEED for Healthcare rating system, this work session will be an opportunity to review and discuss a...

20111104_LEED J_ Developing Sustainability Rating System1.pdf

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AIA-AAJ 2011 Conference: Best Value - Alternative Delivery Methods

This session will focus on two unique alternative delivery methods for civic projects:First, the California AOC ’s first Design Assist project, a court-set renovation in Fairfield, CA . The project included new accessible courtrooms, holding, chambers, and support space in an existing building...

20111104_Best Value Presentation1.pdf

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AIA-AAJ Conference 2011: Measuring Effectiveness: Evidence-Based Detention Facilities Design

Money for new detention facilities is scarce. Architects can help justify the construction of new facilities through a rigorous examination of key challenges that the proposed new facility needs to solve. The effectiveness approach to detention facility design begins in the programming and...

2011AAJ Evidence based detention facility design1.pdf

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AIA-AAJ Conference 2011: Justice Design for a New Economy

Current economic times require governments and their architects to deliver more with less. This presentation utilizes three recent Michigan county detention and court projects to demonstrate methods to improve operation, security and efficiency within limited budgets including review of their...

2011AAJ Justice Design for a New Economy21.pdf

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AIA-AAJ Conference 2011: Five Principles of a High Performance Detention Center

Using the recently designed and currently under construction Douglas County, Georgia Detention Center and Law Enforcement Facility as a case study, the course will outline strategies to achieve the five principals of a high performance detention center:1. Optimize staff environment2. Support...

2011AAJ Five Principles of High Performance Detention1.pdf

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AIA-AAJ Conference 2011: Getting Better Court Facilities in Challenging Times

During difficult economic times, it has never been harder to get courthouse renovation, expansion or new construction projects funded and approved. This session explores how public works and court users can justify their space and operational needs to make the most of scarce capital construction...

CT-04 Getting Better Courts Facilites in Challenging Times21.pdf

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AIA-AAJ Conference 2011: Rethinking Civic Architecture in Mississippi: Lessons Learned from the Jackson Federal Courthouse Project

This presentation examines the challenges, complexities, and lessons learned in creating a new federal courthouse as part of the GSA ’s Design Excellence Program. Using the new 400,000 square foot Federal Courthouse in Jackson, Mississippi as the case study, representatives from the project team...

CT-07 - Rethinking Civic Architecture in Mississipi1.pdf

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AIA-AAJ Conference 2011-Planning for and Designing New Courthouses, Large and Small: Lessons Learned from the California Court Building Program

In its short history, Judicial Council of California-AOC has achieved a portfolio of 59 courthouse projects (56 trial courts and 3 appellate courts) including 9 completed projects, 8 projects under-construction or pending construction this year, 13 projects in design and 29 projects in site...

CT-08 Planning for and Designing New Courthouses11.pdf