The American Institute of Architects
Title: Design-Build / Design Excellence in Juvenile Justice: Case Study - DC Youth Services
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Description: Conference presentation from "Justice Architecture: Sustainability / Design / Delivery / Practice," November 5?8, 2008, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel, San Francisco. This 7th annual AAJ event ? the only conference on justice architecture ? brings together world leaders in the justice field to address a broad spectrum of issues that affect the planning, design, and delivery of justice facilities.

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Slide 1

Design build/design excellence in Juvenile Justice

Case Study- DC Youth Services Center

Presentation by James Kessler, AIA, LEED AP

HOK PC

Washington, DC

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Design build/design excellence in Juvenile Justice

How does Design/build influence design excellence?

?Compete from Concept-time and cost

?Compete from Program for best value- design excellence

Public entry at the DC - Oak Hill Youth Center Laurel, MD

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Design build/design excellence in Juvenile Justice

Design Excellence

Shared vision

?Owner

Architect

?Builder

Mayor Anthony Williams at groundbreaking ceremony

In D/B competition the program represent the owner

Slide 4

Case Study- DC Youth Services Center Request for Proposal

??The Youth Services Center is to be a ?good neighbor? and achieve a harmonious fit within its environment. This is important not only for the perceptions of the residents of the surrounding community but also for the perceptions of the youth who will become its clients.?

-- Program of Requirements (Ricci Greene & Associates)

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DC Youth Services Center Request for Proposal

?The juvenile detention component should convey by its design that is change-oriented rather than punitive, and that it encourages the development of a positive self identity on the part of the youth who come in contact with it.?

-- Program of Requirements (Ricci Greene & Associates)

Gallaudet University Buildings

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DC Youth Services Center Urban Context

Commercial

Residential

Youth Services Site

Gallaudet University

Residential

Slide 7

District of Columbia Youth Services Center Site Topography

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DC Youth Services Center Model

Housing

Resident Support

Police

Community Center

Public Entry

Site Topography

Slide 9

District of Columbia Youth Services Center Site Plan

Mech. Service

Service/Transfer

Housing

Support

Police

Community Center

Staff

Staff

Public

Public Parking

Entry

Slide 10

District of Columbia Youth Services Center Public Entry

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District of Columbia Youth Services Center Street View

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District of Columbia Youth Services Center Mt. Olivet Street

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District of Columbia Youth Services Center Community Center

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District of Columbia Youth Services Center Entry Lobby

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District of Columbia Youth Services Center Entry Lobby

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District of Columbia Youth Services Center First Floor

Resident Support

Resident Housing

S

Courtyard

Medical

Intake

S

Visiting

Police Processing

S

C

S

Staff Entry

C

Lobby

Community Hall

Lobby

Public Entry

Slide 17

District of Columbia Youth Services Center Community Center

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District of Columbia Youth Services Center Courtyard

Visiting

Boulder

Birds

Slide 19

District of Columbia Youth Services Center Second Floor

S

Education

Staff Lounge Training

S

S

Public/Resident Gym

S

Administration

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District of Columbia Youth Services Center 10 Resident Housing Pod

Entry

Resident Rooms

Showers

    Dining

Game Room

Borrowed Light

    Dining

Outdoor Exercise

Time-Out Room

Living Area

Disabled Resident Room

Natural Light

Living Area

Housing Cluster

District of Columbia Youth Services Center Housing Cluster

Outdoor

Outdoor

Housing Cluster

Game Room

C

Int.

Class

Class

Int.

E

S

C

Int.

Class

Class

Int.

St.

Outdoor Ex.

?Outdoor Exercise

Game Room

Outdoor

Outdoor

Classroom

Slide 22

District of Columbia Youth Services Center Neighbor

Slide 23

    
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