Apache County Juvenile Justice Facility
Owner: Apache County Board of Supervisors
Square Foot: 9,000
Location: St. Johns, AZ
Construction of a new 9,000 sq. ft. masonry and steel Juvenile Justice Facility located in St. Johns Arizona.
BIA Supai Jail Renovation
Owner: BIA—Western Regional Division
Contract: $ 304,231.00
Square Footage: 1,560
Location: Supai, Arizona
The Supai Jail Renovation was constructed in one of the most remote locations in America. Project consisted of the remodel of 1300 sq. ft. jail, the addition of a 260 sq. ft. entry control area, concrete exercise areas, and security fencing. Project was extremely remote (bottom of Grand Canyon) and required airlift (helicopter) of all material and subcontractors. Due to airlift requirements project required very close coordination with all subcontractors, intense planning for all material/supply deliveries, imaginative procurement of living quarters, and strong utilization of local tradesmen. Building design (concrete slab, CMU, and metal roof) was not compromised due to remote location, was constructed as specified, and completed on time.
Colorado River Indian Tribe Juvenile Detention Center
Owner: Colorado River Indian Tribe
Square Foot: 18762
Location: Parker, AZ
The Juvenile Detention Facility project consists of 20 juvenile inmate cells, commercial kitchen, security fencing/gates, basketball court/goals, shade structures, landscaping, asphalt parking lot with extruded curb, stairs, detention grade doors and frames. The construction includes steel, concrete, CMU, prestressed concrete planks and metal siding.
Ramah Detention Center
Owner: Ramah Navajo Chapter
Square Foot: 14288
Location: Ramah, NM
This project consists of an 12,493 sf, 1-story masonry detention facility with an additional 1,795 sf outdoor recreation area, including partial development of the 15 acre site including fire booster pump and 85,000 gallon water storage tank.
Zuni Correctional Facility
Owner: Pueblo of Zuni
Location: Zuni, NM
This project consisted of the remodeling of 2 holding cells within the existing facility and the construction of a new pre-engineered sally port canopy structure.