Facility of the Month: Going for Gold

By Ahavah Revis
(06/22/2016)
The 257,000-square-foot, $165 million Maple Street Correctional Center (MSCC) in Redwood City, Calif., is a model for corrections with compassion, with sizable space for inmate programs, natural light and ventilation, artwork, top-notch staff amenities and significant sustainability features. Aiming for LEED Gold, the 576-bed facility delivers an innovative approach to how inmates can serve out their sentences while bettering themselves through programs, which could ultimately help to reduce recidivism.
 

New LEED Gold Justice Facility Set to Open in NC


(02/08/2012)
The recent trend in construction is to “go green” and now the first LEED Gold justice facility in the Eastern United States is set to open in Wentworth, N.C. Moseley Architects and its Charlotte, N.C., office designed the 175,400-square-foot Judicial Center in Wentworth to meet LEED Gold standards.

$272.9 Million Courthouse Goes for LEED Gold

By Sameea Kamal
(01/28/2011)
The new Stockton, Calif. courthouse will include several sustainable features — enough to qualify for LEED Gold.