ADG Architecture, llc has recently added CPTED design services to its architectural practice.  CPTED stands for Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design and is a design process that focuses on creating safe cities, safe work environments, and safe places to live and play. “As Americans, we have come to expect that we will have safety and security as part of our normal daily lives, however as the world becomes more dangerous this is just not the case. CPTED employs common sense principles that are used in the building design process to enhance overall facility security”; said Robert Taylor, AIA, founding principal of ADG Architecture, llc. Taylor, a licensed architect, recently received certification as a CPTED Practitioner.
ADG Architecture is SW Florida’s local full-service architectural firm with offices in Fort Myers and Port Charlotte. The company offers Architectural and Interior Design Services to the Commercial, Government, Educational, and Religious Marketplace.