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Wayne Gondeck, Architect
Principal

Wayne Gondeck has over 28 years experience in analysis, planning, design and construction administration of criminal justice facilities.  He has extensive training in detention and corrections operation along with broad knowledge of state and county government functions.  Mr. Gondeck provided professional services for the following types:

Adult Detention Facilities
Juvenile Facility Design
Law Enforcement/Emergency Facilities
Analysis of Needs
Master Plans
Local Government Offices
Design Review Consultations
Staffing Analysis
Special Studies

Perry Rabke, Architect
‚ÄčPrincipal

The experience of Perry Rabke has encompassed both Architecture and Engineering with a wide range of Projects, including public administration, criminal justice, commercial, religious and retail facilities.  He has over 24 years of professional experience, the last 20 of which have mainly involved detention and law enforcement structures.

Mr. Rabke has been Project Manager or Project Architect on numerous public projects involving programming, design, construction documents and construction administration.   He has performed these services on over 25 county jail projects.  Mr. Rabke was Project Architect on the 96-Bed Medina County Jail, the Duval County Regional Juvenile Center, the 1,000-Bed Reeves County Detention Center, and the 203-Bed Hill County Jail, (which involved additions and renovations to the county-purchased National Guard armory building). While having served as the Project architect for the 192- Bed Bastrop County Jail Addition and the 96-Bed Live Oak County Jail;  he is currently the Project Architect for the new Crockett County Jail.