Justice Planning and Design Projects
Iowa State Penitentiary, Fort Madison, IA Taney County Justice Center, Forsyth, MO Polk County Jail, Des Moines, IA Clinton County E911, Clinton, IA LeRoy Community Fire Station, LeRoy, IL Central Iowa Juvenile Detention Center, Eldora, IA Mount Pleasant Police Station, Mount Pleasant, IA

Civic + Justice

Three senior justice design leaders build on 100+ years of collective experience as Shive-Hattery’s justice and planning group grows and provides thought leadership in the justice design arena.

Our justice design experience covers the full continuum of design service offerings, including courthouses and governmental administration, detention and correctional facilities, treatment, rehabilitation, medical, police and law enforcement, juvenile detention, fire and emergency management, E911 and communication facilities. We work closely with our clients to create facilities that reflect community priorities while emphasizing public safety, operationally responsive design and restorative care.

Steve Davis, AIA, LEED AP, Architect Mike Lewis, AIA, Architect
Steve Davis, AIA, has had a distinguished, 35-year career, recently working to open an office for his former firm in Des Moines. When it consolidated back to a single office in Kansas, Steve stayed in Des Moines – which gave him the chance to join the Shive-Hattery team in 2014.

Steve Davis | 800.798.8104
Mike Lewis, AIA, has specialized in justice design for more than 30 years. He has a keen sense for identifying operational and space planning needs, utilizing evidence-based practice philosophies and achieving strategic and operational objectives.

Mike Lewis | 800.798.8104

You will recognize prominent justice projects such as:

Corrections Planning and Design

Courts Planning and Design

Detention Planning and Design

Fire and Emergency Medical Services

Juvenile Planning and Design

Law Enforcement Planning and Design

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