Enrique Maciá has joined NELSON Worldwide as Vice President, National Design Leader of the Civic & Justice practice. Enrique will work closely with the Civic & Justice team and Regional Leaders to ensure that the design and execution of the firm’s justice projects meet the highest standards of excellence and quality, enhance the public realm, and contribute to the safe and effective operation of those institutions.

A graduate of the University of Miami and Princeton University, Enrique has dedicated the entirety of his professional career to the design of justice projects for municipal, county, state, federal, and international clients. Since 1989, Enrique has worked on the design and planning of courts, detention, corrections, juvenile, and public safety facilities, having served in multiple capacities, including lead designer, project architect, project manager, and design principal in charge.

Enrique is involved in several critical justice projects, including the Monroe County Courthouse Expansion in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania; the Delaware Family Courts in Dover and Georgetown, as well as the Customs House Renovation and Expansion for the Delaware Supreme Court in Wilmington. His previous notable contributions include the Michigan Supreme Court’s Hall of Justice (Supreme Court in Lansing, the Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse in Alexandria, Virginia, and the Calgary Courts Centre in Alberta, Canada. Enrique’s portfolio also boasts essential detention/corrections projects including facilities for the Federal Bureau of Prisons in Coleman, Florida; the Maricopa Intake, Transfer, and Release facility in Phoenix, Arizona; and three rehabilitation-focused prisons in Pococí, San Rafael, and Pérez-Zeledón, Costa Rica.