Jeff Goodale, ACA, is global Justice director at HOK and a member of the firm’s board of directors and marketing board.
Jeff has more than 25 years of experience with the programming, planning, design and construction of large, complex justice projects. With previous experience as a construction manager, he offers a unique perspective on the architect’s role in various delivery methods, including design/build.
“There’s a recognized cost savings and less of a burden on the system if we can reduce the recidivism rate. We think that having a more moderate facility, one that’s not too hard, one that works well for inmates and staff, will help reduce that recidivism rate.”
How Prison Designers Balance Needs, Regulations and Ethics | Construction Dive
What Would a Humane Jail Look Like? | WNYC (audio)
Creating Family-Friendly Correctional Spaces | Correctional News
Using Design to Help Prevent Detention Center Escapes | Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
CLOG Q+A with Jeff Goodale | HOK News
The New Breed of Facility | Correctional News
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Bachelor of Science, Architectural Studies