Category: Government and Corrections

ACA Winter Conference Recap

Scott Moore, one of K2M Design’s Correctional Practice Group Leaders, attended the 2017 American Correctional Association (ACA) Winter Conference in San Antonio, TX and upon his return the entire Correctional Practice group was excited to share the  latest news and insight in the corrections industry. The conference incorporates various business segments such as owners, both public […]

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Trends in Government Facility Design in 2017

The HOK and K2M team are currently in design development for the Circleville Juvenile Detention Facility

As we enter 2017, it’s important to reflect on years past, looking into how design philosophy has evolved and where we see those philosophies in design moving in coming years. We understand the challenges associated with government entities moving slowly when change is needed, but we are optimistic with the movements afoot that are revolutionizing […]

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K2M Expands Correctional Practice Group with the Addition of Scott Moore and Indianapolis Location

Indianapolis, IN – November 2016 – We are pleased to announce the addition of Scott Moore, AIA, to K2M Design’s Correctional Practice Group. Over the past 20+ years Scott has designed and managed nearly $700 million in construction for Correctional and Detention Facilities throughout the United States. In this new role, Scott will continue to […]

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Corrections: A look into the Near Term (Future)

Seneca county youth center corridor

Throughout the downturn, there was a significant contraction in the number of correctional projects, which spurred consolation and retraction in the industry. As the economy improved, a litany of much needed projects are brought to the forefront. These changes have led to monumental pressure in the industry that will impact everyone. When Scott Maloney first started in correctional design […]

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