The Adult Detention Center at the Marion County Community Justice Campus (CJC) is a 3,039 permanent bed facility. This transformative campus will house a variety of functions and facilities.
As part of the team with Hunt Construction, Elevatus Architecture designed the Book-In Processing area with individual cells and group holding cells, Court Holding with individual cells and group holding cells, Transfer Holding with individual cells and group holding cells, a Waived Juvenile Housing Unit with dayrooms, a Kitchen, Laundry, Medical/Mental Health Housing plus a Clinic and an Infirmary.
As part of this project, Elevatus designed a 32-bed Medical Facility that includes three, eight bed units, four medical observation rooms and four isolation/negative pressure rooms. Other functions and departments found in an active hospital are also included:
- Dialysis unit, radiology, physical therapy and dental services
- Pharmacy and lab
- Specialty clinic used for exam testing
- Hospital administration and support functions
A part of the project are 277 Medical/Mental Health Beds (dormitory and single cell) in a Maximum Security setting in connection with the Medical Facility. Various levels of treatments options are part of the program for the City of Indianapolis and Marion County inmates.
Elevatus was also responsible for the core and shell of the entire ADC (Adult Detention Center) which includes the building exterior envelope and all stair and elevator towers.