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14 October 2014

Gerry Guerrero Joins HOK as a New Director of Justice

HOK_071 (2)Gerry Guerrero, AIA, has joined HOK in Chicago as senior vice president and a director of the firm’s global Justice practice. He comes to HOK with 28 years of justice design and project management experience for local, state, federal and private clients.

Guerrero joins HOK’s firm-wide Justice practice as a senior vice president and co-leader with Jeff Goodale, senior vice president, and Jeff Bradley, vice president.

“Gerry and I first worked together in 1988 and have been looking for the right opportunity to work together again,” said Goodale. “Jeff and I, along with the rest of our team, are thrilled that he has joined HOK and about the value he brings to our clients.”

Guerrero comes to HOK from Carter Goble Lee, where he was senior vice president in the design group. Prior to CGL, Guerrero was at Dewberry for 25 years, where he led the justice and corrections practice as a principal.

HOK’s Justice team designs police facilities, crime labs and emergency operations centers, courthouses, detention and correctional centers, and reintegration facilities. Its design strategies improve the operations, aesthetics, sustainability and social purpose of these buildings. Recent justice projects include the Iowa State Penitentiary in Fort Madison, Iowa; the DeWitt Nelson Correctional Annex in Stockton, Calif.; the San Mateo Replacement Jail in Redwood City, Calif.; the Richard A. Arnason Courthouse in Pittsburg, Calif.; and the San Francisco Public Safety Building.