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Policies

Below are Department of Corrections (DOC) policies that apply to Capital Planning & Development.

Laws & Regulations

Below are state laws (RCWs) and regulations (WACs) that apply to and/or relate to Capital Planning & Development.

Revised Code of Washington (RCW)

RCW 19.28 Electricians and Electrical Installations
Provisions applicable to electrical installations as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 700.130Adobe PDF File.

RCW 36.70A Growth Management – Planning By Selected Counties and Cities
Definitions for RCW 36.70A as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 270.000Adobe PDF File.

RCW 43.17.200 Allocation of moneys for acquisition of works of art – Expenditure by arts commission—Conditions.
Regarding the allocation of money for acquisition of works of art by the Washington State Arts Commission for the original construction of any public building as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 270.050Adobe PDF File..

RCW 43.19.450 Supervisor of engineering and architecture–Qualifications–Appointment–Powers and duties–Delegation of authority–"State facilities" defined.
Regarding the eligibility requirements for appointment as a supervisor of engineering and architecture, including the duties of the director or the director's designee. Also includes the definition of "state facilities."

RCW 43.21C State Environmental Policy
Definitions for RCW 43.21C as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 270.010Adobe PDF File.

RCW 43.46.090 Commission as reflecting state's responsibility – Acquisition of works of art for public buildings and lands – Visual arts program established.
Regarding the legislature declaring it to be a policy of this state that a portion of appropriations for capital expenditures be set aside for the acquisition of works of art to be placed in public buildings or lands as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 270.050Adobe PDF File.

RCW 49.17 Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act
Definitions for RCW 49.17 as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 700.130Adobe PDF File.

Washington Administrative Code (WAC)

WAC 173-303 Dangerous Waste Regulations
Definitions for WAC 173-303 as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 890.030Adobe PDF File.

WAC 197-11 SEPA Rules
Definitions for WAC 197-11 as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 270.010Adobe PDF File.

WAC 296-45 Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution
Definitions for WAC 296-45 as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 700.130Adobe PDF File.

WAC 296-46B Electrical Safety Standards, Administration, and Installation
Definitions for WAC 296-46B as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 700.130Adobe PDF File.

WAC 296-62 General Occupational Health Standards
Definitions for WAC 296-62 as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 890.095Adobe PDF File.

WAC 296-65 Asbestos Removal and Encapsulation
Definitions for WAC 296-65 as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 890.095Adobe PDF File.

WAC 296-155-015 Definitions applicable to all sections of this chapter.
Definitions for WAC 296-155-015 as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 890.095Adobe PDF File.

WAC 296-802 Employee Medical and Exposure Records
Definitions for WAC 296-802 as pertaining to verbiage in DOC Policy 890.095Adobe PDF File.

Reference Materials

Facility Aerial Photographs

Below are aerial images of the prison facilities, for more facility information please visit the Location DirectoryAdobe PDF file.

Terms & Definitions

  • I & I — Infiltration and Inflow
  • Information Technology (IT) Standards — The Washington State Department of Corrections has established IT Standards that affect most telephone, data, and low–voltage systems. They are referred to as the Telecommunication Distribution Infrastructure StandardsAdobe PDF file.
  • LEED — Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
  • MACC — Maximum Allowable Construction Cost
  • RCDD — Registered Communication Distribution Designer
  • Sustainability — All new occupied buildings over 5,000 sq. ft. and all renovations where the value is greater than 50 percent of the entire building, are to meet LEED™ Silver criteriaAdobe PDF file.

OFM Major Project Reports

Twice a year – in June and December – Capital Planning & Development provides reports on projects over $5 million to the Office of Financial Management (OFM) . In compliance with Section 7004 of Second Engrossed House Bill 1115 , below please find the June 2017, Major Project ReportsAdobe PDF document file for the following Department of Corrections capital projects:

  1. Airway Heights Corrections Center — Security Electronics Renovation (30000726) – Final Close-out Report
  2. Clallam Bay Corrections Center — Security/Video Systems (30000800)
  3. Monroe Correctional Complex — Security/Video Systems (30000795)
  4. Monroe Correctional Complex — Close Sewer Lagoon (20082022) – Final Close-out Report
  5. Maple Lane Corrections Center — Prison Capacity Expansion (30001105)
  6. Washington Corrections Center — Security/Video Systems (30000791)
  7. Washington State Penitentiary — Program Building (30001101)

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