WD&D Architects was a design team partner for the state’s largest county jail, at 556 beds. Architects designed an attractive structure that retained an institutional look. The use of natural light and spot colors in interior public spaces created a more pleasant working environment, while the exterior featured small square cell windows fitting of a detention facility. The jail was one of the first in the state to use pneumatic security locking systems. In addition to the design, WD&D Architects assisted the county with public marketing materials to secure funding for construction.