San Mateo County Maple Street Correctional Facility

Project overview

The Maple Street Correctional Facility project included the initial remediation of a 4.8-acre brownfield site and demolition of existing structures to prepare for a new 257,000-square-foot building. The facility houses a large inmate program with 832 beds, and focuses on providing useful training and counselling to prepare inmates for life outside of a correctional facility. The project includes several areas with natural light and ventilation, artwork, top-notch staff amenities, and major sustainability features that enabled a LEED Gold certification for the facility.

Vanir’s construction management services included coordinating daily field operations for the project, periodic constructability/peer reviews, and change order analysis. In addition, Vanir assisted with the specialized scope of the detention security system and commissioning of the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing installation.

Location

Redwood City, California

Client

San Mateo County

Design Team

Architect
HOK

Contractor

Sundt-Layton Joint Venture

Construction Cost

$165 million

Completion

2016

Size

257,000 SF

Awards

LEED® Gold