Daniel Redstone

President & CEO

President & CEO

Daniel Redstone, President & CEO

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 offered nationally, as well as having worked with a variety of organizational structures.

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, and state and local police and fire associations’ functions and conferences.

Education

  • Bachelor of Architecture, University of Michigan , 1965
  • Masters in Business Administration, University of Michigan, 1967

Licenses and Certifications

  • Licensed in: Delaware, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Virginia, Wisconsin  & Wyoming
  • NCARB Certificate Holder
  • LEED Accredited Professional

Professional Affiliations

  • Board of Professional Surveyors, 2003-2011
  • Board of Architects, 1992-2002, 2003-2011, Chair 2007-2011
  • International Association of Chiefs of Police
  • International Fire Chiefs Association
  • Michigan Association of Chiefs of Police
  • Member, American Arbitration Association Panel of Arbitrators
  • NCARB, various Committees, 1993-2008
  • Member, NCARB Committee on Education, 2008-9
  • NAAB Accreditation Team Member, 2003, 2005, 2008, 2009; Chair, 2010,2011

Honors

  • 1992     AIA Michigan – Board Member of the Year
  • 1995     AIA Michigan- Robert Hastings Award
  • 2002     American Institute of Architects- Fellowship (FAIA)
  • 2007     AIA Detroit – Gold Medal

Conferences

  • AIA Academy of Architecture for Justice,2006-2010; Law Enforcement Track Leader- 2006
  • IACP Annual Conference and Exposition, 1993-2009; Exhibitor, 2002-2010

Recent & Current Public Safety Project Involvement

Fire Headquarters, Chesterfield Township, MI
Grosse Pointe Park Public Safety Building (Police & Fire), Grosse Pointe Park, MI
Public Safety Facility, Bridgeport, WV
*Public Safety Complex, Jacksonville, NC
Public Safety Building, Springfield, MI
Central Fire Station, Taylor, MI (Design-Build)
Fire Headquarters, Waterford Township, MI
Fire Station #2, Southfield, MI
*Police Headquarters, Meridian, MS
Police Headquarters, Carbondale, IL
*Michigan State Police Post, Bay City, MI
*Police and Court Study, Lansing MI
Police Department Headquarters, Clayton, MO
Sheriff’s Substation, Delta Township, MI
Security Assessment, Ontario Police College, Aylmer, Ontario
City Hall & Police Headquarters, City of Utica, MI
Police Department and City Hall, Saline, MI
Police/Fire Administration Building, Troy, MI
Police Headquarters, Milford, MI (Design-Build)
63rd District Court, Kent County, MI
23rd District Court, Taylor, MI (Design-Build)
Police Headquarters: Waterford Township, MI
Police Administration Building, Crestwood MO
Justice Facility (Police and 62-B District Court), Kentwood, MI
Police Headquarters, West Bloomfield, MI
Long-Range Strategic Plan (Police, Fire, Town Hall & Public Works), Grand Blanc Township, MI
Police Department, Mason, MI
Firearms Training Center, City of Novi, MI
*Police Headquarters, Milford, DE
*Communications Center, Harrison County, WV
*Police Department, Bridgeton, MO
*Police Headquarters, Oklahoma City, OK
*911 Dispatch Consolidation Study, Grosse Pointe Park, MI
*Justice Center, Inkster, MI

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