The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) recently completed construction of a 1,584 inmate Level II Infill Correctional Facility, called the Mule Creek Infill Complex (MCIC), on the existing Mule Creek State Prison (MCSP) site near Ione, CA. The MCIC project and related supporting improvements at the MCSP have reduced available onsite spray fields for effluent disposal. To account for the reduction in spray field area due to the construction of the MCIC, an area known as Woodard Bottom located three miles from the prison was proposed as a regional wastewater disposal site. This site provided a solution to the increased effluent coming from the prison (source) by developing the site for application of effluent for recycled use. KSN acted as the Prime Contractor for the Civil Engineering scope of the project, providing the design, surveying and mapping, effluent disposal permitting, and commissioning of the pipeline, the distribution/irrigation network, and pump stations from the prison to Woodard Bottom for irrigation.