Government Justice Design

The Fort Wayne architects at Elevatus are involved heavily in local, state, and federal government projects. Many of these projects support various aspects of criminal justice, from law and jurisprudence, to detention, to corrections. Over the decades we were known as SchenkelShultz Architecture Fort Wayne, our work won us recognition as one of the top justice designers in the country. Today, as Elevatus Architecture, we continue to build upon that reputation, designing a wide range of ...

  • detention and correctional facilities, including ...
    • county jails,
    • state and federal prisons,
    • community corrections centers,
    • women’s correctional facilities,
    • juvenile detention centers,
    • special needs prisons;
  • law enforcement facilities such as ...
    • police stations/headquarters,
    • sheriff administration facilities, and
    • training facilities;
  • Emergency Operations Centers, specifically ...
    • 911 call centers; and
  • secure healthcare facilities for ...
    • medical detention and/or
    • mental health detention.

Our long experience in government justice design has given us great insight into budgeting processes at the local, state, and federal levels. Thus, we know not only when and how to pursue these projects but also how to address their singular needs.

Examples of our justice design work for local, state, and federal government agencies may be found in our Government Portfolio. To learn more about partnering with us to complete your government justice project, explore our website. Then contact Elevatus Architecture Fort Wayne.