James L. McClaren, AIA, OAA, NCARB
An inspired leader and creative force; Jim McClaren delivers enthusiasm, practicality, and humanity to every commission. His legacy of completed work throughout North America lends support to all facets of law enforcement and the forensic sciences. Jim is honored to have served over two decades as the only architect on the adjunct faculty of the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
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David G. Wilson, RA, OAA, NCARB
In his nearly 30 years as an architect, Dave Wilson has honed a unique expertise in the master planning, programming, and facility design of law enforcement and public safety facilities. Dave's particular attention is toward police facilities, courts and justice centers, and public safety training facilities across the United States and in Canada.
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Russell H. McElroy, AIA, NCARB
As an award-winning architect with nearly 20 years of experience, Russell McElroy is highly regarded for his strategic international design skills and analytical vision. Russell's extensive background includes the design of more than 45 complex laboratory projects focused on forensic science, medical examination, public health, biosafety level 3 & 4 high containment environments and biotechnology research.
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Dean S. Roberts, AIA
Dean's career has been focused on public safety architecture for twenty-five of his 31 years in professional practice. He has led the design for more than 100 public safety project commissions across the US and Canada, ranging in size from a small police agency, to a high profile headquarters building for one of the ten largest police departments in North America.
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Bonnie J. Carver, AIA, NCARB
Bonnie Carver is a highly detailed architect practicing since 1997. She has a distinct expertise in the planning and design of forensic laboratory and medical examiner facilities. As a talented designer Bonnie is recognized for her ability to successfully direct highly technical projects while routinely exceeding clients expectations.
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Willis Patten Lawrie, AIA
During his 40-year career Willis (Bill) Lawrie led programming, planning, and design efforts for nearly 150 forensic laboratory and medical examiner facilities including the celebrated FBI lab in Quantico, Virginia and the Ontario Canada Forensic Services and Coroners Complex in Toronto, North America's largest forensic lab. Although enjoying retirement, Bill serves as consultant to McClaren, Wilson and Lawrie, Inc. on various projects providing expertise in this highly specialized field.
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