Secure facilities are as much about transition, as they are about protection.
Whether it’s to keep people together, or apart, to protect, or rehabilitate, by their nature, secure spaces create separation from the communities they’re located in. Our Secure Spaces team design not just to ensure security and high performance, but support transitions, by softening the barriers between spaces.
Protecting What Matters
With an extraordinarily diverse skill-set, our Secure Spaces team works closely with clients to protect the things they care about across correctional facilities and rehabilitation centres, courthouses, custodial facilities, military facilities and customs infrastructure.
When working on custodial or support services, we focus on the individuals who will use the facilities we build, exploring ways to reduce institutionalisation and trauma, to ease re-introduction to communities.
Taking the chance to engage stakeholders early, we take a highly collaborative approach to design, applying insights, sector expertise and deep understanding, to the specific requirements of a project.
Case Study 1 of 3
|Dillwynia Correctional Centre Expansion||—||Built|
|Middleton Correctional Centre||$200m||Built|
|Clarence Correctional Centre, State Side Design Advisor||$650m||Built|
|Parramatta Children's Court||—||Built|
|Northern Territory Secure Facilities||—||Built|
|Eastern Goldfields Regional Prison||—||Built|
|Modular Police Stations||—||Built|
|Cessnock Correctional Centre||—||Built|
|TitleDillwynia Correctional Centre Expansion|
|TitleMiddleton Correctional Centre|
|TitleClarence Correctional Centre, State Side Design Advisor|
|TitleParramatta Children's Court|
|TitleNorthern Territory Secure Facilities|
|TitleEastern Goldfields Regional Prison|
|TitleModular Police Stations|
|TitleCessnock Correctional Centre|
Tailored to the specific needs of each project, together, our teams draw on an extraordinary breadth of experience across the disciplines of architecture, interiors, landscape and heritage.