MDOC Five-Year Capital Outlay Plan
Group: Michigan Department of Corrections
This report covers the 33 sites that the Michigan Department of Corrections will have in operation as of October, 2013. These 33 facilities cover a total of 10.9 million square feet, 5,837 acres, and 361 total buildings that must provide the same full range of services as required in any small community. They are required to function safely for the primary purpose of public safety, staff safety and inmate safety 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Because each of our facilities is like a small city where prisoners must be clothed, housed, fed, provided health care, psychological care, educational, vocational, recreational, religious needs, and also maintain prisoner personal ties to the community by allowing family and friend visitation; this is a huge mission to accomplish. It is imperative that the physical plant buildings and structures are maintained in a safe, secure and efficient manner. This assessment is intended to present a list of what physical features, systems, equipment or other unique infrastructure have been determine to need or require repairs or replacement in the next five years.
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