PROJECT—Justice,On the Boards

Amador County Jail SB 863 Expansion

Client: County of Amador

Size: 14,200 sq. ft.

Completion: In Progress

Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build

Location: Jackson, CA

Service: Pre-Design, Design, Construction Administration, Construction Documents, Bid/Award, BIM, Furnishings

Principal-in-Charge: Eric Fadness

Project Architect: Lorenzo Lopez

Civil Engineer: Cunningham

Structural Engineer: CYS

Electrical Engineer: The Engineering Enterprise

Landscape Architecture: Cunningham

Low Voltage: The Engineering Enterprise

Security: AVS Engineers

Acoustical/Audiovisual: SFMI

Geotechnical: Terracon

Cost Estimating: Vanir

Medical Equipment: Criterion Systems

Energy Consultant: MK2


Nacht & Lewis is currently working on a new 40-bed housing and treatment facility at the Amador County Jail in Jackson, California. The 14,051-square-foot facility will provide new housing, programming, and treatment space for incarcerated persons in the county’s jail system. The County was awarded $17.1 million in funding through California Senate Bill SB863, much of the funding is necessary to build the new facility. Project completion is slated for late 2025.

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