4LEAF is providing construction inspection services for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) Mule Creek Infill Complex (MCIC) project. The MCIC Project is located adjacent to the existing Mule Creek State Prison in Ione, CA. Situated on approximately 78 acres, the MCIC project consists of two facilities with a total of six housing buildings designed to house a combined total of 1,584 Level II general population inmates. In addition to the housing buildings, each facility has its own Program Support Service Building, Work Zone Building, Dining Hall, Canteen, Laundry Room and Recreation Yard. Both facilities share a Complex Control Building, Health Service Building, Receive and Release, and Family Visiting Units. A lethal electrified fence surrounds the entire complex and includes both a Pedestrian and Vehicle Sallyport with two Guard Towers for facility entry/exit. The total building footprint for the project will be approximately 556,96o sq. ft. The site scope includes the relocation of 1.1 million cubic yards of soil, new normal and emergency electrical supply and distribution systems, water supply, sanitary sewer system, storm drainage, natural gas, and telecommunications, as well as pedestrian walkways, landscaping and site lighting. Two separate parking lots will accommodate 392 staff and 246 visitors. The project will receive LEED Silver and Cal Green designations.