The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) proposes to design and construct two 6,000 square foot modular buildings to create a rehabilitative and reentry-focused institution at Valley State Prison (VSP). The new buildings will provide additional space for: expanded access to innovative enrichment programs, academic opportunities, career technical training opportunities, and expanded access to technology to prepare inmates for reentry into a technology-driven economy. The modular buildings will be constructed off-site, transported to VSP, and set in place on a concrete slab footings. Each of the two modular buildings will consist of four classrooms, one computer room, six staff offices, and staff and inmate restrooms. The modular buildings will be located in one yard, within an area that was previously disturbed during initial construction of the facility and is within the boundaries of the secured lethal electrified fence. All work shall be compliant with Title 24 requirements, CDCR Design and Construction Policy Guidelines, Americans with Disabilities Act, Division of State Architect, and State Fire Marshal requirements.