Stanislaus County Public Safety Center

About this Project

The Stanislaus County Public Safety Center (Projects One and Three) is a design-build, 138,000 SF project. Encompassing five new buildings, the project adds 552 beds (480 maximum security beds, 57 medical/mental special use beds, and 15 health services beds) to the County’s facility. Additional spaces include a medical/mental health housing unit, a health services unit, a security administration center and an intake, release, and transportation center.


The public safety center expansion project was the largest capital project ever launched by the Stanislaus County government and the first project in the state to be completed using AB 900 Phase II funds. The facility increases the county jail’s housing capacity and provides the ability to launch new programs aimed at decreasing recidivism rates.

Quick Facts

  • Location Ceres, CA
  • Client County of Stanislaus
  • Industry Government + Justice
  • Line of Business Construction
  • Completion Date October 2016
  • Duration 24 Months
  • Contract Value $ 85,111,550
  • Square Footage 138,000 SF

Related Projects

Contact Us


Oh no... this website is not a fan of Internet Explorer!

Due to some geeky technical reasons, the Hensel Phelps website is best viewed on any browser other than Internet Explorer. However, if you are a diehard IE fan you can continue to use it, but may have a less than great experience and will receive this annoying reminder every day. We recommend one of the following browsers to take full advantage of the Hensel Phelps website. Thank you!

Chrome   Firefox   Edge