The RJ Donovan infill facility for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) encompasses the development of a stand-alone 792 bed correctional campus on the grounds of the RJ Donovan state Prison in San Diego, CA. The program consists of housing, mental health medical infirmary, administration, staff training, inmate education, vocation training classrooms and shops. One-third of the inmate population are receiving mental health and behavioral health treatment. The architectural design addresses this population and the associated needs. There are spaces for private counseling and group therapy that were designed with attention to acoustics, views to the exterior, level of privacy required and materials that were durable yet therapeutic. The infill encompassed 302,000 SF and was fully compliant with enhanced ADA code requirements. There was also renovation work in the existing facility totaling 80,000 SF. The facility is scheduled to receive LEED Silver certification.