Granger worked with KMB Design Groups, Inc. on the construction of the Nisqually Public Safety Complex to create a corrections facility that will blend into its forested surroundings to reflect the northwest native american culture.

The project consists of a support building with administration offices, segregation cells, kitchen and dining services, two dorm housing units, a warehouse and a covered recreation area.

Phase 1 of the project consisted of the construction of a 288-Bed Regional Minimum Security Jail Facility and Support Building as well as other structures to accomodate religious ceremonies, open air exercise, warehouse, comissionary, laundry and back-up power functions.

Granger worked with KMB Design Groups, Inc. on the construction of the Nisqually Public Safety Complex to create a corrections facility that will blend into its forested surroundings to reflect the northwest native american culture.

The project consists of a support building with administration offices, segregation cells, kitchen and dining services, two dorm housing units, a warehouse and a covered recreation area.

Phase 1 of the project consisted of the construction of a 288-Bed Regional Minimum Security Jail Facility and Support Building as well as other structures to accomodate religious ceremonies, open air exercise, warehouse, comissionary, laundry and back-up power functions.


Square Footage (totaling 57,000 SF) includes:

  • Support Building: 35,000 SF
  • Housing Buildings: 16,000 SF
  • Warehouse: 6,000 SF

Corrections

Nisqually Public Safety Complex

COST:
$16 million

SQUARE FOOTAGE:
57,000 SF

SERVICE:
General Contracting

START:
June, 2012

COMPLETION:
November 2013

ARCHITECT:
KMB Design Groups, Inc.