David Bostwick, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP
Senior Justice Planner
“I enjoy my work with our industry’s leading organizations, but my real pride is the success of my clients in achieving their goals through thoughtful and organized processes.”
As one of the North America’s leading justice consultants, David is a 30-year veteran in justice architecture focused extensively on justice facility planning and design. David has been instrumental in completing a variety of justice projects, including federal and state prisons, county jails, law enforcement facilities, and courts projects throughout the United States. He is laser-focused in working through the public planning process with his clients to develop solutions that are operationally efficient, sustainable, and focused on their long-term needs. His experience spans planning services to more than 40 jurisdictions and design services to 25+ jurisdictions.
David is a contributing author on jail design for the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) and U.S. Department of Justice publication Jail Design Guide, and he has published articles on facility planning and design in Sheriff Magazine. He currently serves on the American Correctional Association (ACA) Facility Design Committee and is the past detention and corrections track chair for the AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice. Frequently called upon to share his expertise, he is leading a workshop on jail planning and design at the American Jail Association Conference co-sponsored by the NIC.