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2016 Justice Facilities Review Project

The Dennis Maes Pueblo Judicial Building was recognized by the American Institute of Architects’ Justice Facility Review. The AIA is an organization that supports practices in the built environment and promotes positive change through the power of design, while it’s companion piece the JFR is a yearly publication documenting best practices in justice architecture.

AIA JFR

2016 Justice Facilities Review Project The JFR Program selects projects with excellence in form, functionality, and provide innovative responses to complex justice issues. These project provide a range of strategies and trends in the design and construction of justice facilities in the United States, including sustainable justice principles. Learn more about the award
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