Client: California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR)
Size: 45,762 sq. ft.
Completion: June 2013
Delivery Method: Design-Bid-Build
Location: San Luis Obispo, CA
Principal-in-Charge: Eric Fadness
Project Architect/Planner: Lorenzo Lopez
General Contractor: Soltek Pacific Construction
Construction Manager: Arcadis
Mechanical Engineering: Capital Engineering Consultants, Inc.
Electrical Engineering: AVS Engineers
Structural Engineering: CYS Engineers, Inc.
Civil Engineering: AECOM
Cost Estimating: Sierra West Consulting Group, Inc.
Corrosion Engineering: JH Nolt
Sustainability: Green Building Services
The California Men’s Colony (CMC) Mental Health Crisis Facility (MHCB) provides 50 beds to meet the mental health treatment needs of CDCR inmate- patients requiring short-term crisis care. The stand alone facility is approximately 47,100 g.s.f., licensed as a CTC and designed under OSHPD 4 requirements. In addition to the treatment and housing component of the facility, patient services include: laboratory, phlebotomy, radiological services, dietetic services, pharmacy and a trauma and triage area consisting of a medical observation room, treatment room and nurse station area. Support areas include: administrative offices (second floor) for senior and staff level treatment providers with appropriate staff lockers, lounge and conference room facilities.
The MHCB facility is located in the existing parking lot in an expanded secure “No Man’s Land” perimeter of the CMC facility. The scope of this project included the expansion of the secure perimeter, the addition of three guard towers to help monitor the expanded perimeter and extensive roadway widening and main vehicle sallyport modifications to allow for modern fire truck vehicle access onsite (within the secure perimeter). Two new parking lots were constructed with a total parking capacity of 505 spaces.
2013 U.S. Green Building Council, California Central Coast Chapter – Green New Construction Award Winner, 2014 American Public Works Association (APWA) Central Coast Chapter – Project of the Year Award, Structural Category over $15M