HOUSTON - There's "a crying need" for the $100 million commercial project that the City of Houston is currently constructing, said one of the architects behind the project.
Cheryl Gajeske, principal at PGAL, has been working on the Joint Processing Center since 2003.
The Joint Processing Center—a 238,000-sf facility that will consolidate the city's and the county's processing procedures for suspects arrested—broke ground near downtown in October 2015.
When it delivers in fall 2017, the JPC should save the city more than $4 million a year in operating costs
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