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Sumter County Board of Commissioners Projects

Hover Effects Sumter County Jail Expansion
Sumter County Jail Expansion
Design Build
Government, Public Safety

The Sumter Jail will consist of a one-story, two level tilt panel housing pod building with a total gross square footage of 38,662. The building will have an inmate capacity of 256. Modular cells are included on all four (4) sides of the building at two (2) levels with a security mesh protection at the mezzanine level. There is a control room in the middle for observation and controlling the inmate population. The maintenance access is divided into a quadrant and includes a corridor for each housing pod. An enclosed fenced walkway extends from an existing building to connect to the new housing pod. Electrical renovations to the existing Bravo facility will also be included. CURRENT STATUS (as of 5/8/2020) Throughout the month of April; concrete tilt walls have been erected while patching and caulking is ongoing. Overhead rough-in for MEP is underway in preparation for behind modular cell mock-up. Installation of steel & decking has been completed. Installation of preliminary masonry block is in progress as delivery and install of modular cells are forthcoming. Building dry-in for main building has been completed and dry-in for lower roof is ongoing.

Sumter County Jail Expansion
Design Build
Government, Public Safety