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News Bits and Pieces -
May 20, 2004
Hayes, Seay, Mattern & Mattern, Inc. (HSMM), one of the largest architectural and engineering design firms in Virginia, had its Salt Lake City Justice Courts project selected for publication in The American Institute of Architects’ (AIA) 2004-2005 Justice Facilities Review. The Review, which features the best of justice facilities submitted for corrections, courts, and juvenile and law enforcement facilities, is published annually by the AIA Committee on Architecture for Justice. HSMM partnered with James R. Child Associates, a Salt Lake City, Utah-based designer, to transform an existing office building into the City’s first justice court facility. The design team provided design services for the $3.1 million Salt Lake City Justice Court. HSMM assisted with court facility programming, schematic architectural design, and coordination of building security systems and special court systems.
The Virginia Beach office of HSMM recently participated in the opening retreat for the United Way of South Hampton Roads’ 2004 Virginia Beach Campaign to discuss upcoming fund-raising efforts. The meeting was held at Children’s Harbor Ghent in Norfolk, VA. Gary F. Arnold, AIA of HSMM will serve as Architecture and Engineering Division Chair for the organization’s Virginia Beach Cabinet.
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