City of Henderson Detention Center Expansion
PROJECT COST: $29 Million
The Henderson Detention Center, originally built in 1994 to house 262 inmates, is being expanded by 73,827 sq ft to add an additional 250 beds, with a new public entry, vehicle sally port, booking area and administration building. Another 8,000 sq ft is being renovated, including an improved kitchen, exercise rooms and a new staff lounge with an exterior patio. The housing pods maximize space efficiency and minimize inmate movement. Two housing pods share classrooms, interview rooms and outdoor recreation areas.
Location: Henderson, Nev.
Started: January 2010
Target Completion: April 2011
Owner: City of Henderson
Design Firm: DGI of Nevada
General Contractor: Sletten Construction
Engineers: Civil Works; Schneider & Associates; Harris Consulting Engineers
Consultants: Rolf Jensen and Associates; DGI of Nevada
Subcontractors: Frazier Masonry; Adams & Smith Inc.; Helix Electric; Interstate Plumbing and Air Conditioning; O-Rourke Plumbing; M & H Building Specialties; Accurate Controls; CML Specialties; Commercial Roofers; ISEC