The Hannibal project is a Community Supervision Center prototype for the State of Missouri. MRA was issued prototype drawings to fit to the particular site in Hannibal. The building consists of both an office area for the staff and dorms to house previous offenders temporarily.

The facility is a Monitoring Center, one of seven or eight to be maintained throughout the State of Missouri. It serves to monitor the activities and progress of former
incarcerated persons. As mandated, people check in and out periodically in order to work with state personnel who assist them in reintegrating into society. The facility is
21,500 s.f. including parking for 82 vehicles, and is close to a bus stop. Delivery facilities are also included. Separate men’s and women’s dormitory facilities are provided, as are serving and cafeteria areas. A courtyard for recreational facilities is also a part of the complex.

Also housed in the building are state supervisors and administrative staff whose associated duties include operation and oversight. The building has a security system
to maintain control of passage into, out of, and through the facility.

MRA updated this prototype to further improve the functionality of the facility; this building will be used as the prototype for future facilities.