Judicial & Correctional Projects

Consolidated Criminal Justice and Correctional Campus
Indianapolis, Indiana

The City of Indianapolis will be embarking upon one of the largest social infrastructure developments in its history – a new $1.75 billion consolidated justice and correctional complex.   The scope of the project includes: a 32 courtroom courthouse; 3,480 bed detention facility; law office building; 100 bed juvenile detention center; sheriff’s office; surface and structured parking; and, central plant and underground connecting tunnel system.

Brookhurst Government Advisory Services was contracted by the City-County Council to conduct an independent, objective review of proposals received, financing plans, terms of proposed agreements, and a fairness opinion on a value-for-money study conducted by the Administration’s P3 consultants.

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“We are confident in saying that without Mr. Baize [CEO of Brookhurst Advisory], the Council analysis would not be the essential product it is today.  His unbiased and honest approach to his work along with his willingness to produce the best product for his clients is a true win for taxpayers and clients seeking his services.”
– Bart Brown, CFO, Indianapolis Marion County – City County Council

Houston Justice Complex
Houston, Texas

The City of Houston is embarking on a significant social infrastructure development that will result in a new 1.3 million square foot justice and regional police headquarters complex in its central business district.   Brookhurst Government Advisory Services was contracted as part of a team of advisors to provide recommendations and guidance as to the optimal solicitation and project award process that will result in the City obtaining a world-class justice complex while concurrently protecting the City’s financial resources.

Under our contract, BDC is providing the City advice and recommendations that include development approaches and phasing, financial analyses, comparison of different alternative delivery methodologies such as P3/DBFOM and lease-leaseback as well as design-build and CM at Risk, drafting requests for proposals, reviewing project agreement provisions and making recommendations concerning management standards for operations and maintenance contracts.

Correctional Facility Developments
State of Hawaii

Hawaii has begun a program to relocate and/or redevelop eight correctional facilities in what will ultimately be a statewide $2 billion capital program.  Brookhurst Government Advisory Services was contracted by the Hawaii Department of Public Safety as part of a team of advisors to review proposed P3/DBFOM and other financial and alternative delivery methodologies to meet this considerable demand for inmate housing.  Our services included reviewing proposed financing structures, reviewing the State’s budget and debt capacity, proposing alternative delivery options, and assessing the commercial viability of urban sites that would become available upon correction facility relocation.

Mohave County Correctional Facility
Kingman, Arizona

The new County of Mohave, Arizona correctional facility will feature 1,000 beds and use innovative sustainable design features. The County issued a public solicitation for a “Privatized Lease To Own” development with the developer to provide all financing. Brookhurst Development created the Mohave Correctional Development Partners, a team composed of Sundt Construction and the award-winning corrections facility architectural firm, Arrington & Watkins Architects. Of eight developers proposing, the Brookhurst team was selected as one of two teams to pursue negotiations with the County.

The Mohave County Board of Supervisors, staff and the Sheriff’s Department are presently negotiating final contracts for this development, which is on hold due to current budgetary challenges faced by the County.

Ground Lease:    15 Years
Master Lease:     15 years
Project Budget:  $85 million

Proposed New Mohave County
Correctional Facility
Arrington & Watkins Architects


Based upon his expertise, Jeff Baize, CEO of Brookhurst Development, was asked to author an article on the global trend of P3 development and operations of prisons and detention facilities by Correctional News, the premier news source in the world for the design, construction and operations of correctional facilities.  The article was presented at the Annual Conference of the International Corrections and Prison Association (ICPA) held in Mexico City.

PPP Alternatives for Prisons by Jeff D. Baize