CCCSDL – West County Detention Facility Expansion – California - Project Profile
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Contra Costa County Sheriff David Livingston (CCCSDL) is planning to undertake expansion of jail in Richmond, California, the US.
The project involves the construction of 240 cells and a 14m-high mental health treatment facility comprising 480 beds over an area of 13,935m2. It includes the construction of 6,503m2 of inmate housing space, 2,787m2 of educational and vocational program facilities, 1,859m2 of healthcare and mental health services, a 186m2 control room, 186m2 of video visitation facilities, a 93m2 administration space, 2,322m2 of mechanical and circulation facilities, a 93m2 generator building and related facilities.
LMD Architecture has been appointed as planner an architect.
US$80 million fund will be provided from the Criminal Justice Facilities Construction fund.
In March 2015, ICF International prepared West County Detention Facility Re-Entry and Treatment Expansion Initial Study on behalf of Contra Costa County Public Works Department.
In July 2015, City Council opposed the project, although it has no jurisdiction over the final decision. The ultimate authority lies with the Contra Costa Board of Supervisors (CCBS), which will consider the plan on August 18, 2015.
On August 18, 2015, CCCSDL has shown a presentation and report of the project to CCBS. CCBS has voted in favour of CCCSDL allowing CCCSDL to apply for $80 million in construction funding from the Board of State and Community Corrections but the proposal still needs four of the five members of the county board to approve about $10 million in matching funds.
In November 2015, CCCSDL's application for expansion was rejected.
CCBS received US$70 million funding from the state board.
The project involves the construction of 240 cells and a 14m-high mental health treatment facility comprising 480 beds over an area of 13,935m2 in California, the US.
The US$90 million project includes following:
1. Construction of 6,503m2 of inmate housing space
2. Construction of a 2,787m2 educational and vocational program facility
3. Construction of 1,859m2 of healthcare and mental health service facilities
4. Construction of a 186m2 central control room
5. Construction of 186m2 of video visitation space
6. Construction of 93m2 of administration space
7. Construction of 2,322m2 of mechanical and circulation facilities