SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, USA KMD Justice was part of a design/build team with Clark Construction to provide planning and design services for the new regional confinement facility at the U.S. Marine Corps Air Station Miramar. The new Naval Consolidated Brig Miramar is a multi-story structure comprised of concrete masonry units with precast concrete cells. Components include a new Level 1 facility for 120 male service members and a Level 2 facility for 80 female service members. As a corrections facility, the expansion and the existing brig are intended to function and be managed as one facility. Central to this mission is the physical linkage of their respective main circulation corridor systems to provide as much free movement for staff, goods and services as possible. Included in the scope was selective upgrading or remodeling within the existing facility to reflect functional adjustments resulting from the expansion, while maintaining ongoing workflow and operations. The project was designed to achieve LEED® Silver certification.
Design-Build Institute of America Merit Award
American Public Works Association, San Diego & Imperial Counties Chapter Project of the Year
American Society of Civil Engineers Outstanding Award in Buildings & Structures
Facility of the Month, Correctional News July/August 2011