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The Justice Facilities Review (JFR) documents best practices in planning and design for justice architecture. Essential elements for identifying the success of these projects are:
The Justice Facilities Review awards program is administered by the Academy of Architecture for Justice, an AIA Knowledge Community.
Descriptive metrics and supporting documentation are required for the submission. Successful submissions highlight the unique aspects of the project as well as the roles the architect and the team played in the development of the solution.
The supporting documentation should tell a compelling story of your project through images and narrative text. It must be uploaded as a single PDF file—max 10 MB, 15 pages—and include color photographs, renderings, drawings, and diagrams of the final design that clearly show the design solution. Include:
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