Architecture firm HDR promotes Detention & Correction Leader Jeffrey Goodale, AIA
(Chicago, IL – February 12, 2009) – HDR Architecture, Inc. has promoted Jeffrey Goodale, AIA, to Senior Vice President. Goodale has over 20 years of justice architecture experience and leads marketing and promotional activities for HDR’s detention and corrections, and law enforcement markets.
He is currently leading HDR's efforts as part of the Clark/ McCarthy/ HDR/ HGA (CMHH) team on the 10,000-bed California Prison Receivership program. He is active in numerous organizations, including the American Correctional Association, National Sheriffs Association, American Jails Association, and several others. Goodale is also a Professional Associate at HDR; this title recognizes his technical expertise in the marketing and delivery of professional services to engineering, architecture and management professions.
HDR has been one of the leading firms in justice architecture since 1975, having designed over 175,000 detention beds and 650 courtrooms. HDR (www.hdrinc.com) is an employee-owned architectural, engineering and consulting firm that excels at managing complex projects and solving challenges for clients. More than 7,700 professionals, including architects, engineers, consultants, scientists, planners and construction managers, in more than 165 locations worldwide, pool their strengths to provide solutions beyond the scope of traditional A/E/C firms.
Megan R. Muter, CPSM
Civic Program Marketing Manager
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