Behavioral Health Teaching Facility

Behavioral Health Teaching Facility

DESCRIPTION:The University of Washington has established a bold vision for a new Behavioral Health Teaching Facility that will become the foundation for positive transformation of the entire Behavioral Health system in the state of Washington. Located adjacent to an existing acute care hospital on the UW Medical Center Northwest Campus, the new six-story building will be a fully integrated welcoming and healing environment for individuals struggling with both physical and behavioral health conditions. The facility will support a full continuum of clinical services ranging from effective medication management and psychotherapies to state-of-the-art neuromodulation treatments, as well as medical and surgical care for individuals with behavioral health disorders.

LOCATION: Seattle, Washington
CLIENT: University of Washington
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
ARCHITECT: SRG Partnership
CONTRACTOR: Clark|Abbott Joint Venture
SERVICES PROVIDED: Security Electronics System Design

Rendering courtesy of SRG Partnership

Santa Cruz Juvenile Hall Renovation and Upgrade

Santa Cruz Juvenile Hall Renovation and Upgrade

DESCRIPTION: This renovation and upgrade project included replacement of the existing door control system with a touchscreen/PLC system, replacement of the existing intercom and paging system, replacement and expansion of the closed circuit television (CCTV) system, integration of the existing duress alarm system, expansion of the data/telecom system, addition of a perimeter fence detection system, and replacement of the existing fire alarm system in an occupied facility.

LOCATION: Felton, California
CLIENT: Santa Cruz County Probation
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DBB)
ARCHITECT: CGL Companies – Sacramento, CA
SERVICES PROVIDED: Low Voltage and Security Electronics System Design

Women’s Community Correctional Center Expansion

Women’s Community Correctional Center Expansion

DESCRIPTION: The design team is working with the Hawaii Department of Public Safety (PSD) and Department of Accounting and General Services on the planning and design of the Women’s Community Correctional Center (WCCC) Expansion project in Kailua on the Island of Oahu. This project will expand housing, replace the aging administration building, and develop a new intake center at the existing WCCC. The WCCC is the only women’s prison in Hawaii and is being expanded to allow for transfer of all female inmates currently housed in overcrowded, deteriorating facilities located at other State institutions. Currently Hawaii PSD’s largest capital improvement project, expansion of the WCCC is an important step towards the eventual replacement of other facilities.

PCI provided design for the low voltage and security electronics systems for this project, including fire alarm, data/telephone, CATV, touchscreen/door control, intercom and paging, duress alarm, access control, CCTV, and UPS systems.

LOCATION: Kailua, Hawaii
PROJECT SIZE: 56,000 Square Feet, 24 Cells, 112 Beds
CLIENT: Hawaii Department of Public Safety
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DB)
ARCHITECT: CGL Companies – Sacramento, CA
SERVICES PROVIDED: Low Voltage and Security Electronics System Design

Artwork courtesy of CGL Companies

Tsé Bit’a’í Justice Center

Tsé Bit’a’í Justice Center

DESCRIPTION: PCI is designing the Low Voltage Security Electronics systems for a new 80-bed 97,000 square foot facility which will provide Courts, Law Enforcement and Corrections services for the Navajo Nation within two buildings on the campus. The driving force behind the design is restorative justice that embraces culture, local context and the community as a whole.

LOCATION: Shiprock, New Mexico
CLIENT: Navajo Nation
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Build (DB)
CONTRACTOR: KUBL
SERVICES PROVIDED: Low Voltage Security Electronics System Design

Humboldt County Re-Entry Facility

Humboldt County Re-Entry Facility

DESCRIPTION: The County received SB863 funds to construct a new re-entry facility adjacent to the existing Humboldt County Correctional Facility. This project provides a new, stand-alone 31,500 square foot, 44 bed adult reentry and mental health facility. Low voltage security electronics system design consists of a touchscreen/PLC based door control, closed circuit television (CCTV), digital intercom and paging, access control, and uninterruptible power supply systems. The access control and CCTV system are integrated with the existing campus systems for continuity between facilities.

LOCATION: Eureka, California
CLIENT: Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office – Eureka, California
DELIVERY METHOD: Design-Bid-Build (DBB)
ARCHITECT:
Nichols, Melburg & Rosetto – Redding, California
Lionakis – Sacramento, California
SERVICES PROVIDED: Security Electronics System Design