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November 10, 2016

Honor award: Block
Restorative Correctional Facility

Photo courtesy of MIW
The Puyallup Tribe’s 15,000-square-foot correctional facility is the first phase of a justice campus.

Location: Tacoma

Mason contractor: The Henson Co.

Architect: JCJ Architecture

Owner: The Puyallup Tribe of Indians

General contractor: M.A. Mortenson Co.

Masonry supply: Basalite Concrete Products

Maintaining the cultural values of the Puyallup Tribe was critical in the development of the new Puyallup Tribe Restorative Correctional Facility.

The 15,000-square-foot, 23-bed adult correctional facility is the first phase of a holistic justice and restorative program campus. The creative design and landscape embraces the urban tribe’s cultural values while meeting federal standards for crime prevention through environmental design.

The 29-square-mile reservation is one of the most urban reservations in the United States. This striking masonry design reflects the generous and welcoming attitude of the tribe.

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