GRW led the design team for the design-build of a women's medium-security Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) and minimum-security Federal Prison Camp located near Aliceville, AL. This $188 million project has a gross building area of approximately 624,312 SF, and can house approximately 1,790 inmates. The FCI campus plan places the three, 4-story housing units, and program and multipurpose functions in a semi-circular campus layout enclosing a central secure compound.
In addition to the housing units, other campus buildings include food service, medical, warehouses/sanitation, administrative, recreation, education, personal services, industrial/vocational, central utilities plant, and vehicle maintenance.
The Aliceville project is the Federal Bureau of Prisons' first LEED Silver FCI. One of the energy and environmental highlights is the use of a fully automated, energy recovering system that reclaims, filters, and treats laundry waste water from washing machines for reuse.