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Bryan Lee, AIA, LEED GA, has been promoted to shareholder of the Fort Myers, Fla.-based firm BSSW Architects Inc., the largest architectural firm in southwest Florida.



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Heery International has promoted architect William “Steve” Hart to vice president.


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Tabor Correctional Institution Debuts Addition
TABOR CITY, N.C. — An addition to the recently opened Tabor Correctional Institution in Tabor City was completed earlier this year with inmates moving in this past February. 




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New Orleans Weighs Inmate Housing Options
NEW ORLEANS — The lack of specialized housing for inmates with severe mental illness in the soon to be completed Orleans Parish Prison (OPP) is the latest point of contention for the Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office (OPSO) and the city’s mayor.



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BAGHLAN, Afghanistan — John F. Sopka, the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction, released a report on June 3 that highlighted major safety maintenance problems at a prison in the country’s Baghlan province.

OKLAHOMA CITY — As the result of the botched lethal injection execution of Oklahoma inmate Clayton Lockett in April 2014, as well as a nationwide shortage of lethal injection drugs, some of the 32 states that practice capital punishment now are examining alternative methods.

Pennsylvania Prisons May Halt Hiring
HARRISBURG, Pa. — In an effort to save money, Pennsylvania Corrections Secretary John Wetzel has instituted a department-wide freeze on new hiring, which union representatives are calling a threat to correctional staff safety.


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