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Capacity Projects

Prison Expansion

aerial image of maple lane facility Maple Lane Site

This project is to work closely with the Department of Corrections to identify incarcerated persons treatment needs, best practices for programs, space requirements, and operational criteria to meet the necessary therapeutic requirements. In addition, the Architecture and Engineering firm shall identify options for improved reentry and the continuation of formerly incarcerated persons' mental health treatment while under community supervision. The Architecture and Engineering firm will develop a report that identifies options, expected outcomes, one time capital costs, and long term operational costs.

Following the identification of the best option to meet the Department of Corrections incarcerated persons treatment and capacity needs, the Architecture and Engineering firm will establish a program for the proposed Maple Lane site. The program shall enable Department of Corrections to efficiently address inmates’ mental health, substance abuse treatment, and cognitive behavioral change needs, from the day they arrive at prison to the day they complete their time with Department of Corrections and successfully transition back to the community. The Maple Lane facility will provide capacity for approximately 700 Medium Security beds, outpatient program areas, visitation, food service, health services, administration, and support services.

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