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LEED™ Projects

Capital Planning & Development (formerly known as Capital Programs) is committed to designing, building, and certifying to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED™) Silver because sustainability is part of the Department of Corrections’ (DOC) Strategic Plan as a means to develop more effective and efficient business practices, and in support of the priority of government to protect the environment.

In 2004, Capital Planning & Development established a policy to design and construct all new occupied buildings over 5,000 square feet and all major building renovations to at least LEED™ (word) Silver Standards. This policy was in response to the Department’s Sustainability Plan that included a goal of building green. In 2005, the Legislature passed a law requiring these same two provisions for all state–funded building projects. The Department now has 40 LEED buildings (pdf) completed and many more underway.

Capital Planning & Development LEED™ Projects

Click on the images below for more information about that specific project.

LEED™ Certified
CI Furniture Manufacturing Factory | SCCC

image of the outside of the new CI manufacturing factory

LEED™ Certified
Gold Creek Housing Unit | MCCCW

image of the outside of the new MCCCW Gold Creek Housing Unit 1 building

LEED™ Certified
Prison Facility Expansion | CRCC

aerial image of the of the new CRCC expansion

LEED™ Certified
Penitentiary Warehouse | WSP

image of the outside of the new WSP warehouse building

LEED™ Certified
Jimmie Evans Training Center | Monroe, WA

outside image of the of the new Jimmie Evans Training Center located in Monroe, Washington

LEED™ Certified
Intensive Management/Segregation Unit | MCC

image of the outside of the Intensive Management/Segregation Unit at MCC

LEED™ Certified
Maintenance Building | MCC

image of the monroe correctional complex maintenance building

LEED™ Certified
CI Showroom & Warehouse | Tumwater, WA

image of the outside of the correctional industries showroom and warehouse located in tumwater, washington.

LEED™ Certified
North Close Custody Expansion | WSP

image of the inside of the washington state penitentiary north close custody expansion, showing a common area and cell doors.