The scope of work at the Mule Creek State Prison include renovation to existing buildings and new building construction. The work was built at the existing prison site within and around the fully functioning Men’s Prison. The purpose of the HCFIP at FSP is to remedy deficiencies in its existing Health Care components.
The following improvements comprise the Intermediate health care facility improvement project at MCSP:
SP-1: Central Health Services Addition and Renovation
SP-2: Primary Care Clinic Renovations at Facilities A, B, and C; and Three New Clothing Exchange Buildings
SP-3: New ASU Primary Care and ASU-EOP Mental Health Clinic
SP-4: New Pharmacy and Laboratory Building
SP-5: Health Care Administration Renovation
The project was funded as part of Chapter 7, Statutes of 2007, (Assembly Bill 900), the Public Safety and Offender Rehabilitation Services Act of 2007. Swinerton was the Owner’s Representative/Construction Manager and provided comprehensive project and construction management services during design and construction.