DeWitt Nelson Conversion Annex

DESCRIPTION: The DeWitt Nelson Complex Annex consists of 14 buildings originally built in 1967 to be used as a youth correctional facility. This project converts the usage to house a significant portion of the Specialized General Population (SGP) and the Enhanced Outpatient Program (EOP) of the state prison population; renovates and alters existing facilities for the re-purposed mission; adds new facilities including a new perimeter system with towers, a lethal fence, and vehicle sallyport; and provides for a common low voltage security electronic, fire alarm, IT/data, and maintenance management infrastructure as the adjacent California Health Care Facility, a mental and medical health prison.

The project includes developing bridging and criteria documents, plans, and system layout for California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) to delineate technologies to be used in a new 1,133 bed medical and mental health prison on the existing Stockton prison campus. LEED Silver

LOCATION: Stockton, California
FACILITY SIZE: 255,000 Square Feet, 1,133 Beds
CLIENT: – California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
DELIVERY METHOD: – Design-Build (DB)
ARCHITECT:
Lee, Burkhart, Liu, Inc. – Marina Del Rey, California
CGL Companies – Sacramento, California
Kitchell CEM – Sacramento, California
SERVICES PROVIDED: Security Electronics System Design