The California Health Care Facility at Stockton provides health and medical services for aging and chronically ill inmates requiring both immediate and long-term care. The project was federally mandated and came with an aggressive timeline. It represented a massive project that consisted of 37 buildings, 1,818 inmate/patient beds, a kitchen serving 10,000 meals each day and numerous support facilities. Not only was the project completed 10 weeks early, but the flexibility of design-build allowed the two joint venture teams to provide additional value, confirming the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation’s positive decision to make this its first design-build project.
Owner: California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Design-Builder, General Contractor: Clark/McCarthy, A Joint Venture
Design-Builder, General Contractor (Site and Support Buildings): Granite-Hensel Phelps, A Joint Venture
Construction Manager: URS/Lend Lease
Program Manager: Vanir Construction Management
Architects: HDR, Architecture, Inc.; HGA Architects and Engineers; HOK
Criteria Architect: Kitchell