Alabama Governor Signs Lease Agreements for Prison Program

Alabama Governor Signs Lease Agreements for Prison Program

Alabama Department of Corrections will Staff and Operate Two Correctional Facilities to be Constructed and Owned by CoreCivic

MONTGOMERY, AL (STL.News) Alabama Governor Kay Ivey and the Alabama Department of Corrections (ADOC) today signed agreements to lease two new men’s correctional facilities to be constructed by CoreCivic’s Developer Team (CoreCivic; Caddell Construction; DLR Group; and R&N Systems Design).

The State signed one lease agreement with Government Real Estate Solutions of Central Alabama, LLC, a CoreCivic entity, for Facility Two (Elmore County Facility), which will be constructed on Rifle Range Road in Tallassee, Alabama, and will specialize in the inmate population’s medical and mental health needs.  The State signed a second lease agreement with Government Real Estate Solutions of South Alabama, LLC, a CoreCivic entity, for Facility Three (Escambia County Facility), which will be constructed on Bell Fork Road near Atmore, Alabama. The term of each lease agreement is 30 years.  The agreements are not subject to annual renegotiation; however, options to negotiate occupancy extensions beyond the 30-year lease term are available to the State.

The binding agreements are subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the respective agreements.  The signed lease agreements may be viewed here (Elmore County Facility) and here (Escambia County Facility).

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