PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
Tom Russell, senior project manager at Moss & Associates, has successfully completed the requirements for the nationally-recognized Associate Designated Design-Build Professional certification.
Mike Retford, AIA, has joined HOK’s team in San Francisco as director of justice for the West Coast region. His responsibilities include leading justice projects in California, Arizona, Utah, Washington, Oregon, Nevada and Alaska.
PRODUCTSHOMEWAV Visitation System
PROMOTION — The HOMEWAV visitation system is the most advanced web-based visitation system available today.Harding Instruments RT10 Controller/Expander
PROMOTION — Harding Instruments announces its RightTrack RT10 Controller and RT10 Expander, designed to facilitate supervised monitoring of discrete inputs and the control of discrete outputs, communicating with a host system via an Ethernet network.
ICER Combats ‘The Invisible Threat’
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — For decades now, a nearly invisible security threat has imperiled the safety of correctional staff, the public, and inmates at literally every correctional facility in the nation.
Solar Heating Reduces Energy Costs at Wabash
CARLISLE, Ind. — By installing a few solar heating panels, a correctional facility in Indiana is boosting its local image, conserving energy and saving money.
On June 27th the California Legislature passed the remaining budget trailer bills including all those related to corrections and public safety, and the Governor signed all of the bills to complete the 2012-13 budget package.
SALT LAKE CITY — Inmates in Utah are seeing longer stays in the state’s prisons — an average of three months longer behind bars since 2011.
Trendspotting: Learning by Doing
With the scarcity of capital projects over the last several years, one might wonder why Correctional News elected to devote a recent print issue to project management.
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