Jeff Bradley Joins HOK as Co-Global Director of Justice

HOUSTON Jeff Bradley has joined HOK in Houston as co-director of the firm’s global justice practice. He comes to HOK with 30 years of design experience, focusing on justice projects for the past 20 years.

Bradley, Jeff“We are excited that Jeff has joined us,” said Jeff Goodale, HOK senior vice president and global director of justice. “We will partner with the rest of our justice team to focus on client service and new opportunities. Jeff’s considerable P3, design-build and international experience will greatly benefit our clients.”

Bradley comes to HOK from HDR, where he was global justice program director. He is a security systems expert and is a board-certified Physical Security Professional (PSP). Bradley’s experience includes involvement in more than 190 justice projects, including 81 county jails, 14 county courthouses, 13 federal courthouses, 24 prisons, 19 police stations, 41 juvenile facilities and seven US military facilities. In many of these efforts, he served as project 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, DeWitt Nelson Correctional Annex, San Mateo Replacement Jail, Richard A. Arnason Courthouse and San Francisco Public Safety Building.

HOK is a global architectural firm that provides planning and design solutions for high-performance, sustainable buildings and communities. Through its collaborative network of 24 offices worldwide, the firm delivers design excellence and innovation to clients globally. Founded in 1955, HOK’s expertise includes architecture, interiors, planning and urban design, engineering, strategic facility planning, consulting, lighting, graphics and construction services. In 2012, DesignIntelligence ranked HOK as the #1 role model for sustainable and high-performance design for the third consecutive year.

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