Correctional Design Experts Discuss Industry Changes

As January begins another year, Correctional News spoke with four architects who weighed in on the latest trends and challenges in correctional design.

San Diego Completes First Phase of SDCWDF

By Jessie Fetterling
The $162 million Phase 1 portion of the new San Diego County Women’s Detention Facility (SDCWDF) in Santee will be completed on June 30, with the completion of the $60 million Phase 2 scheduled for Jan. 7, 2016.

Podcast: KMD's Jim Mueller on Juvenile Facilities Design

Correctional News
A conversation about juvenile facilities design with Jim Mueller, chairman of the Board at KMD Architects and Director of the firm’s Corrections program.

Intermediate Sanction Facility

Corrections officials in Montana opened a new $12.3 million revocation-sanction facility designed to reduce unnecessary prison admissions by diverting low-risk offenders away from state prisons.