For the past 30 years, Mr. Redstone has led the programming and design efforts for numerous law enforcement, justice, and public safety agencies. As Principal-in-Charge, Dan works directly with agencies and command staffs throughout the country. He has gained valuable insight on the spectrum and variety of police services, and by having worked with a variety of organizational structures throughout the country.
Mr. Redstone acts as a catalyst in defining project issues, which permits the development of quality space facility programs that incorporate the long-term needs of the client agency, and which form the basis for a successful project. Mr. Redstone is a regular participant at the IACP Annual Conference, the annual AIA Committee on Justice Conference, as well as state and local police, fire associations, and justice functions and conferences.
Since joining Redstone Architects in early 2016, Peggy has been involved in programming, code analysis and leading the architectural development of projects from schematic design through construction documentation, coordinating with all disciplines while meeting job schedules, budgets, and deadlines. Peggy brings expertise in sustainable design to projects, an increasingly important aspect for municipal buildings.
Peggy has a wide range of project experience including renovations and new construction to commercial office buildings, manufacturing, retail spaces, K-12 education for multiple school districts, and College/University Facilities. She has been a LEED Project Administrator for many projects including new construction, existing buildings, and commercial interiors.
Teffera is involved in the design, code analysis, interior architecture, specifications and leading the architectural development of public service projects from schematic design through construction observation.
Teffera is passionate about architecture and dedicated to providing the public safety community with functional and secure facilities from which to serve their communities.
Al has been with the firm for 43 years. In 1974, straight out of high school, he began his career with the firm, then named Louis G. Redstone and Associates, in a position in the print room and was then promoted to print room supervisor. Eventually, the firm was renamed Redstone Architects, drafting became computerized, and print rooms got smaller. Al took the opportunity to learn Auto CAD, and advanced within the firm to become a computer Draftsman. As drafting software made technological advancements, Al transitioned to the Autodesk Revit 3D. He is the firm’s Senior Draftsman and is engaged in most of the projects at the firm.