The new Maple Street Correctional Facility includes cells/living pods and recreation area for inmates, transitional housing for those soon to be reintroduced to mainstream society, and a separate staff/employee office and support building. CEI built out the power, lighting, security and fire alarm infrastructures for the entire facility.
A unique feature of the property is the security camera system monitored by Northern California Central Intelligence that scans faces and license plates of those arriving and departing for criminal connections.
Due to the Design/Build nature of the project, CEI was constantly coordinating with the installers and designers to make sure holes and angles of the solid steel walls could accommodate the electrical wiring and outlets. This approach helped ensure that the project was completed smoothly. This public works project was LEED Gold Certified in 2016 by the USGBC.