Supreme Court Orders Calif. To Release Inmates


(05/24/2011)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Supreme Court has ordered California to release tens of thousands of prisoners to relieve overcrowding.

CDCR's K-9s Fight Contraband in California

By Ahavah Revis
(05/23/2011)
As statewide K-9 coordinator for the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Sergeant Wayne W. Conrad sits on the front line of California’s battle against contraband.

HMC Merges With Beverly Prior Architects


(05/05/2011)
California-based planning and design firm HMC Architects recently merged with Beverly Prior Architects of San Francisco.

Calif. Jail Project On Track


(04/29/2011)
SANTA MARIA, Calif. — Santa Barbara County’s $80 million North County Jail Facility is tentatively slated to begin construction in November.

Calif. Jail Project On Track


(04/29/2011)
SANTA MARIA, Calif. — Santa Barbara County’s $80 million North County Jail Facility is tentatively slated to begin construction in November.

Calif. Cancels Death Row Replacement Project


(04/29/2011)
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Gov. Jerry Brown has canceled the $356 million death row replacement project at San Quentin State Prison, citing budget constraints.

County, State Differ On Court Security


(04/27/2011)
LAKEPORT, Calif. — State officials have indicated they will not place screening equipment on the fourth floor of the Lake County Courthouse even though the county sheriff said the facility’s current screening procedures are not stringent enough.

Calif. Jail Plan May Be Scrapped


(04/20/2011)
WHITEWATER, Calif. — A majority of Riverside County supervisors support a proposal to scrap planning on the $300 million detention center in Whitewater.

Stockton Project Bid Winners Announced


(04/13/2011)
STOCKTON, Calif. — Joint venture Hensel Phelps-Granite was named as the primary contractor to design and build the first phase of the $900 million prison medical facility project near Stockton.

Courthouse Project Seeking Local Contractors


(03/25/2011)
Four local companies are among the pre-qualified trade contractors who will be considered to coordinate the various jobs associated with construction of the new $30 million San Benito County Courthouse in downtown Hollister.