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LE-07: 21st Century Police Heaquarters Rises Out of the Heart of Darkness

Learn how when building a new police headquarters even the most trying economic circumstances can be overcome through collaboration and creativity. #Transcription #LawEnforcementTrack #AcademyonArchitectureforJustice #Audio #Presentations #2013AAJConference #Conferences

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LE-06: Sustainable Justice Principles in Practice Part II: A Systems Approach

Sustainable Justice Principles serve justice facilities and the communities within which they reside as well as broader justice system goals at municipal, state, and federal levels. Through a series of interviews, we will investigate current developments from the perspective of a systems...

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LE-05: Sustainable Justice Principles in Practice Part I: Case Studies

The SJ Checklist Guide has evolved into a tool for clients/planners/architects to guide decision-making with sustainable principles. We will review these principles via case studies including the Denver Justice Courthouse & Jail; San Diego Co. Women’s Detention Facility; Maricopa Co. South...

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LE-04: Lean Collaborative Tools Applied to Public Funded Design Build and CMAR

A discussion about how lean collaborative process tools can be adapted to the planning and design phases of public funded projects to delivery true design excellence at reduced capital and long-term operating costs. #Audio #Transcription #Conferences #2013AAJConference ...

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LE-01: Design Build Best Practices

Design Build is growing as a project delivery method. Design Build is a different way of doing business, and requires a different approach to succeed. Come hear about Design Build best practices from successful industry practitioners and hear how to do Design Build done right. ...

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CT-06: Renew, Expand or Replace: Making the Tough Calls

How can we help court stake holders make informed decisions on whether to renovate, expand or replace their existing facilities? How to intelligently and rationally, understand and balance factors such as: financing challenges, potential construction/operations conflicts, transformational...

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CT-03: A New Courthouse Paradigm

This joint AAJ/NACM presentation will reimagine and predict the characteristics of tomorrow’s courthouse by anticipating future court operational and facility changes that will result from rapidly advancing technologies, economic necessity, significant operational trends and changing demographic...

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CT-04: Alternative Project Delivery..., Boom or Bust

Often, architects are on the outside looking in during initial development of D/B projects. In addition, it is expensive to pursue D/B work due to the effort required to submit a D/B proposal. Let’s explore project examples and look at what works best for all involved. #2013AAJConference ...

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CT-01: Court Technology: AIA/InfoComm Guidelines, Delivery and Emerging Trends

This session reviews the recently published Court Technology Guidelines developed jointly by members of the AAJ and InfoComm and project delivery; examines new technologies impacting future court operations and explores the specialized technology used by the International Criminal Court in The...

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CD-04: At-Risk/GMP Program Management: The next evolution in project delivery

At AIA’s 1999 Conference, this presentation of a “newer” delivery method was presented. At the time not only was the name new, so was the concept. It is still new, but single responsibility project delivery is gaining ground. No longer are owners faced with a short list for project delivery. ...

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