“NYC Hospital Generator Failure Speaks to Secure Facility Design Issues," (PDF) by Rob Margetta, CQ Roll Call, CQ Homeland Security, October 31, 2012. Impact of Hurricane Sandy coastal flooding on generators located in basements.
“Securing Diplomacy: Recent attacks challenge OBO Design Excellence,” by Amanda Kolson Hurley, The Architect’s Newspaper, October 24, 2012. Embassy security and design after Benghazi, Libya attack of 9/11/12.
“Women and Children Accommodation Study,” Sarah Paddick, Place Magazine (Australia), August 2012, p. 19. Cites “Designing for Women: Doing Time Differently,” Corrections Compendium, November 1996, in an international survey of women and children in prison.
"Security and Building Design," (PDF) Security Advisor Middle East, p. 46-47
“Safety + Security: The Evolving Role of Security Products,” by David Sokol, SNAP: Sweets News and Products, May/June 2010, p. 22.
"Security and Building Design: What Changed in This Decade; Building security design barely made the radar screen of most architects a decade ago. But as architect Barbara A. Nadel explains, the last decade brought the issue front and center," CSO, by Joan Goodchild, December 30, 2009
“AIA Honors 3 More: Announces 25-year, social justice, and service awards,” by Matt Chaban, The Architect’s Newspaper, December 11, 2008.
“Metertdicke Wände,” by Christine Mattauch, Deutsches Architektenblatt, September 2008. (German)
“Meter-thick walls: The succession to the New York World Trade Center is a fortress tower,” (English translation)
“Panel for Civic Architecture: Design and Identity in a Changing Society,” by Michael Crosbie, Ph.D, FAIA, AIAPodnet, Practicing Architecture, July 7, 2008.
“Architect Offers Agenda for Addressing the Nation's Infrastructure,” Professional Safety, November 2007, Vol. 52 Issue 11, p16.
“ACHP (Advisory Council on Historic Preservation) Addresses Priorities from Preserve America Summit,” by James J. Malanaphy III, AIA, American Institute of Architects, Spring 2007.
"DBIA Book Club: Building Security: Handbook for Architectural Planning and Design, Q & A with author Barbara Nadel," Design-Build DATELINE, The Journal of the Design-Build Institute of America, Sept. 2007.
"When Historic Preservation Meets Security Needs," AIArchitect, by Cynthia Young, September 7, 2007.
“Being Aware of Design Obligations,” by Raymond Mellon, Concrete Producer Online, Feb. 1, 2007
“The Construction Standard of Care After 9/11,” by Raymond T. Mellon, Esq., Zetlin & DeChiara enews, January 2007.
“The Construction Standard of Care After 9/11,” by Raymond T. Mellon, Esq., Design-Build DATELINE, November 2006
Preserve America: Addressing Security Expert Panel Proceedings, (PDF) Preserve America Summit, September 2006, 53 pages.
“Ripple Effects: The Architect,” Los Angeles Times September 10, 2006. Five years after 9/11, The LA Times asked nine people how the events of that day changed their lives. Interviews included Barbara A. Nadel, and William J. Bratton, former LAPD Police Chief.
“Terrorism’s Ripple Effects: Professionals from nine different jobs examine 9/11's reach into their lives, The Architect,” Orlando Sentinel and other national newspapers, September 10, 2006.
“Cityscape of Fear,” by Farhad Manjoo, Salon.com, August 22, 2006
“Designing Bullet Resistant Protection Panel Systems: Capture More than the Imagination,” (PDF) by Virginia A Greene, AIA, Architectural Record, June 2006.
“Defining Achievement: An Interview with Barbara A. Nadel, FAIA,” (PDF) by Lisa Chronister, AIA, The YAF Connection, April 2006
“Transparent Security,” by Linda K. Monroe, Buildings, March 2006, Vol. 100 Issue 3, p56.
“Justice for Facility Design,” by Joe de Patta, Correctional News, December 9, 2005.
“The Challenge of Making Safer Structures,” by Michael Gips, Security Management, March 2005.
“Facility Design Changes with the Times,” by Michelle Gaseau, Corrections.com, September 9, 2002.
“Elderly Inmates,” Corrections Compendium, May 2001.
“The ADA's Growing Influence On Correctional Construction and Design,” by Keith Martin, Corrections.com, March 12, 2001.