At The MH Group, we offer custom services to assist you in the development of your facility needs. These needs encompass the demand for growth, repurposing or updating infrastructure. It is our belief that any new facility provides an agency the opportunity to implement change across their system. Our professionals understand the day-to-day operation of Justice and Correctional facilities. We work closely with our clients to develop realistic budgets and forecasting for not only the capital cost of a facility but also the life cycle cost of operating that facility functionally as well as operationally.
Our goal is to seamlessly integrate into your team and processes. We work with you to put the perfect team in place. Many firms have the expertise and know-how to successfully complete projects, but it comes down to the RIGHT people on the project. Our network in the industry is vast, and we have developed strong industry relationships. We ensure your team is well matched and goal-oriented to successfully complete your project.
Cost control aims at ensuring that resources are used to the best advantage. In these times of significantly increasing costs, our goal is to provide maximum value for your budget. Our team will analyze, develop, maintain, and continually review these budgets while focused on identifying opportunities to decrease expenses while maintaining project goals.
Salt Lake City, Utah
Value: $1.05 Billion
The Utah State Correctional Facility is the largest construction project in the state's history. The complex spans over 170 acres, comprises 33 buildings and accommodates 3,750 inmates of all classifications. With dedicated units for both females and males, separated by a barrier, and offers expansion capability. The facility includes mental health housing, substance abuse treatment, medical facilities, classrooms, a kitchen, laundry, religious spaces, and room for future expansion.
Value: $68 Million
Launched in 2010, the ICIW consolidates all of the state’s female inmates in one facility. The project comprised the renovation of five buildings and the construction of six new ones, along with various site improvements. The 888-bed facility includes medium/minimum as well as maximum security housing. The new prison includes a health service building with a 48-bed mental health unit, a 64-bed special needs unit, a 36-bed assisted living unit, a 10-bed medical recovery unit, two hospice beds, and a 48-bed orientation unit for new offenders. A minimum-security unit outside the fence expanded from 92 to 120 beds. Two new dining halls, an administration building and visiting room, a 256-bed general population building, and more space for treatment programs and education.
Value: $1.2 Billion
The 1.4 million square foot project located in Westville Indiana, will replace the current Westville Correctional Facility, and consolidate with the Indiana State Prison in Michigan City. It will house up to 4,200 inmates. The campus design consists of 28 buildings (4 set for renovation) totaling approximately 1.4 million SF. There will be 18,000 square feet of educational space and expanded vocations training opportunities, including HVAC, RV repair, automotive services, culinary arts, and food service. Dedicated classroom space for re-entry and post-incarceration employment preparation. A dedicated mental health unit designed specifically to address the needs of this growing population.
PHOENIX DALLAS INDIANAPOLIS
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