Building Type Basics for Justice Facilities
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PART I: TYPES.
2. Law Enforcement Facilities.
3. Adult Detention Facilities.
4 Courthouse Facilities.
5. Adult Correctional Facilities.
6. Juvenile and Family Justice Facilities.
7. Multi-occupant Facilities.
PART II: SYSTEMS AND ISSUES.
8. Lighting and Acoustics.
9. Mechanical, Electrical, and Structural Systems.
10. Specialty Systems.
11. Security Systems.
12. Costs, Financing, and Project Delivery.
Appendix: Space Requirements for Justice Facilities.
Bibliography and Resources.
MICHAEL A. GRIEBEL is Senior Vice President of Architecture at Healy, Snyder, Bender & Associates, Inc. (HSB) in Chicago, Illinois. He has led the planning and design of more than 100 justice facility projects since 1980.
STEPHEN A. KLIMENT, FAIA (Series Founder and Editor), is an architectural journalist and an adjunct professor at the City College of New York. He was chief editor of Architectural Record from 1990 to 1996.