evidence-based design for supportive environments

PTOI Restorative Justice Center

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The new Puyallup Tribe of Indians Restorative Justice Center is designed in a manner that is responsive to the cultural values of its community while also meeting federal governments Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) standards for safe and secure correctional facilities. As the first phase of a holistic justice and restorative program campus, the Correctional Facility landscape features a welcoming and relaxing entryway and perimeter landscaping.

The phased development of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians Restorative Justice Center was a creative solution to best use limited funds and available space. With its adaptable site plan and dignified landscape, the Correctional Facility will become the cornerstone of the larger, holistic facility.

LOCATION 
Tacoma, WA

DATES 
2012

SIZE
1.33 acres

FIRM LEADERSHIP
Audrey West
(as Managing Principal of Nakano Associates)

TEAM
JCJ Architects
KPFF Engineers

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