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Rosendin Rosendin

San Leandro, CA

Alameda County Juvenile Justice Center

Project Summary

The Juvenile Justice Center is a state-of-the-art facility that includes a 360-bed Juvenile Hall with an adjacent Court Facility that houses five (5) courtrooms and offices for the District Attorney, Public Defender, Behavioral Health Care Services, Court Clerk, Sheriff, and Probation staff. The Alameda County Juvenile Justice Center is the first and only juvenile justice facility in the U.S. to attain LEED® Gold Certification. The Juvenile Justice Center, which has exceeded California’s Title 24 Energy Efficiency Standards by over 40%, relied on a varied strategy for achieving sustainability that included a photovoltaic solar array, bio-diesel excavation, and site clearing.

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John Swain Photography

Alameda County Juvenile Justice Center

Designed with innovative and efficient elements this is the first detention center to receive LEED Gold Certification

San Leandro, CA
Alameda County
General Contractor
Hensel Phelps
HOK Architects
37 Months
$142 Million
376,000 SF

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