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Capital Two-Year Agency Detail - Department of Corrections

MCC: WSR Perimeter Wall Renovation

30000117

The Monroe Correctional Complex - Washington State Reformatory (WSR) security wall, constructed between 1908 and 1911, serves as the secure perimeter for WSR and the Intensive Management Unit, and its attached catwalk provides the only means of reaching multiple security guard towers. The wall was damaged in an earthquake in 1997 and is not earthquake resistant. The catwalk and its hand rails have failing supports, posing potential safety risks to correctional staff who utilize it on a daily basis. Predesign and design funding to replace or repair the perimeter wall is provided.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
1,000,000 10,135,000 11,135,000
State Building Construction Account - State 11,135,000

CBCC: Boiler Replacement

30000130

In 2018, the Legislature provided funding to the Department of Corrections to replace the seven diesel boilers in Clallam Bay Corrections Center's (CBCC) central plant, which is under way. This supplemental funding will implement a combined heat and power unit as part of that project, which will increase energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
489,000 489,000
State Building Construction Account - State 489,000

MCC: WSR Clinic Roof Replacement

40000180

The roof for the health services building at the Monroe Correctional Complex - Washington State Reformatory has numerous cracks and separations that allow water to infiltrate and saturate the insulation, which has trapped standing water inside and started to potentially compromise the structure of the building. The roof is past its life expectancy as is the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment for the building, which is mounted on the roof and leaks refrigerant at a rate that exceeds Environmental Protection Agency regulations. Funds are provided for predesign and design to replace the roof and HVAC equipment for the building. As part of the predesign, energy incentives will also be evaluated.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
1,000,000 8,439,000 9,439,000
State Building Construction Account - State 9,439,000

MCC: SOU and TRU - Domestic Water and HVAC Piping System

40000246

The galvanized iron piping systems at the Monroe Correctional Complex – Twin Rivers Unit (TRU) and Special Offenders Unit (SOU) are developing leaks caused by corrosion. The leaks are causing water infiltration in the walls, which may potentially contribute to mold contamination. Also, corrosion in the water lines is causing problems with the heating and cooling systems and may potentially elevate the levels of heavy metals in the water system. Funding is provided for a predesign to replace the domestic water piping and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) water piping and to repair the wiring and ductwork for the HVAC systems in living units A, B, C, and D at TRU and living units A, B, C, and D at SOU. The project will also commission and balance the systems in these units.

Prior Biennium Current Biennium Reappropriations Appropriations Future Cost Total Costs
400,000 19,731,000 20,131,000
State Building Construction Account - State 20,131,000