Public Safety Facilities Planning Seminar 
Join us on December 1-2, 2022 (Tentative dates)
If you are considering a new or remodeled public safety facility, the Public Safety Facilities Planning Seminar will provide you with must-have details needed for planning, funding, and obtaining new public safety facilities.

The seminar’s educational sessions feature a variety of speakers - each subject matter experts in their field, valuable resources, as well as educational materials you can utilize to plan for your facility. It will take you through a step-by-step process from initial planning to construction completion.

During the seminar, you will have the opportunity to tour public safety facilities. Led by the facility users, these tours will allow you to see firsthand how the public safety architectural concepts you learn about in the seminar are applied with specialized projects like yours. Although each building is unique to the agency it serves, these tours are a great way to see specific public-safety elements and ideas to bring back to your project.


Location
Sunrise, FL
Date & Time
(Tentative dates)
December 1, 2022 - Full-Day
December 2, 2022 - Half-Day
Who Should Attend
This seminar is designed for city and county administrators, police chiefs, fire chiefs, emergency management directors, and city project management, as well as anyone responsible for building or renovating a public safety facility.
 Join us on December 1-2, 2022 (Tentative dates)
LEARN TO PLAN AND FUND YOUR NEW PUBLIC SAFETY FACILITY
Topics Include
• Obtaining Professional Services    
• What is a Special Needs Assessment?
• Involving Your Staff
• Master Planning and Conceptional Design
• Interior Design Considerations for 24/7 Facilities
• Building Political and Community Support
• Multiple Layers of Security
• Development Options
• Specialized Areas Design Considerations (Police, Fire, EOC)
• Identifying and Pursuing Funding Opportunities
• Creating Sustainable Facilities
• The Construction Process
• Facility Survivability
• Emerging Trends
• Contracts

Logistics
Once registered for this year's seminar, we will send you a link to book online within our block. The deadline for the special rate is October 10th. You will also receive a confirmation email that will include a detailed itinerary and important information before you come.  
 Join us on December 1-2, 2022 (Tentative dates)
LEARN TO PLAN AND FUND YOUR NEW PUBLIC SAFETY FACILITY
Speakers
In addition to the speakers below, we also think it is important for participants to hear from their peers who have gone through the building process. During the two-day course, there will be 5+ additional guest speakers who are actively working in public-safety positions, and who have gone through the process of designing and constructing new facilities
Stockton Reeves
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
THE CENTER FOR PUBLIC SAFETY
Stockton has been involved in the space planning, as well as public awareness efforts for bond, tax, and voter referendums. Stockton works with clients to assist them in identifying funding opportunities through local, state, and federal grant programs as well as public awareness projects. He has been integral in assisting his clients with the initial stages of realizing a project to address their facility or physical needs. He has worked with clients in all regions of the United States conducting space needs studies, site selection studies, and estimation of probable costs for public safety facilities.
Ian Reeves, AIA, IALEP
PRESIDENT
ARCHITECTS DESIGN GROUP
Mr. Reeves’ has dedicated his entire career to public safety design. His extensive experience provides him a unique expertise implementing the seminar’s design and planning principles. He has a vast understanding of the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) standards. Additionally, Ian is actively involved with both the International Association of Law Enforcement Planners (IALEP) and the International CPTED Association (ICA). He also served on the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) committee for updating the design standards for law enforcement facilities, as well a separate committee for creating public safety training design standards. Mr. Reeves also leads ADG’s grant writing services. During that process, he helps clients with effectively utilizing grant resources and efficiently obtaining funding for their projects.
Susan Gantt, AIA, LEED AP
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
ARCHITECTS DESIGN GROUP
Susan is certified by the National Disaster Preparedness Center as an instructor on FEMA-based building design guidelines. Susan has lectured at the National Hurricane Conference and the IAEM Conference, to name a few. She is an active APCO member and lectures at the Firehouse Station Design Conference. Additionally, Susan regularly speaks at educational seminars related to the planning and design of public safety facilities.
Rodney McManus, LEED AP
SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT
ARCHITECTS DESIGN GROUP
Rodney’s experience has enabled him to understand the importance of clear communication and extreme service. Additionally, he has a broad range of experience in public safety, municipal, and corporate design. His years of experience with all facets of project design and management helps him to understand a project from all perspectives.
Vendors
Contact Us
Katy Nero | [email protected] | 407.647.1706 
 Join us on December 1-2, 2022 (Tentative dates) 
LEARN TO PLAN AND FUND YOUR NEW PUBLIC SAFETY FACILITY

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