As a principal in TreanorHL's Justice studio, Jeff manages projects nationwide. With more than 20 years of experience in the industry, he has worked with various clients and brings knowledge to solving the needs of his clients. He is speciﬁcally invested in social reform, and the impact architecture can have on the justice system. Because of this passion, he has dedicated his career solely to justice architecture. Jeff ﬁrmly believes that research-based therapeutic design serves the lives of the individuals that step into every building and enhances the communities as a whole. Every project he works on uses architecture as a tool through which the neighborhood's character is uplifted and celebrated. A graduate of the University of Kansas, Jeff is a member of the American Institute of Architecture, the American Correctional Association, and the American Jail Association.