HDR Welcomes Back Bill Prindle
HDR’s Justice Program boasts a new addition, Bill Prindle, LEED AP, who rejoins the justice team as a project director based out of our Dallas office. Bill’s extensive work with correctional facilities across the U.S. includes the award-winning California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation, Correctional Health Care Facility Stockton (CHCF), a project he previously completed while at HDR.
A 35-year veteran in programming, design and construction administration, Bill‘s strengths include his tremendous depth of experience working with public agencies on large scale and design-build projects. “Throughout my career I have experienced dramatic changes in how justice projects are delivered and in what the clients hope to achieve. It is essential to keep an open mind about the rapidly changing tools for project delivery and the outcomes desired by our clients. It is great to be back with the HDR justice practice, one of the most experienced in the industry,” says Bill.
Director of Civic, Emerging Markets, Roger Stewart, says, “Bill is one of the undisputed leaders in the justice market and his presence will add further depth and reinforce our already strong position. He has gained deep respect within the industry and has the advantage of established relationships with our justice team. We are thrilled to have him back.”
Bill has served as a Chair for the AIA Committee on Architecture for Justice, as a member of the NFPA Subcommittee on Detention and Correctional Occupancies and as a trainer for the American Jail Association’s “Surviving Jail Design and Construction” seminars. Additionally he has been a speaker at AIA, ACA and AJA conferences.