Precast concrete modular cell units greatly increase security and decrease project timeframes for corrections facilities.
Over the past three decades, Tindall-engineered precast concrete buildings with modular cells have housed more than 65,000 inmates and detainees in corrections facilities across the country. County and state officials, federal law enforcement, and private prison companies have praised our work, quick turnarounds, and innovative structural solutions.
Fast-track modular construction means corrections facilities are erected in record time, serving the community now and for decades to come. The versatility of concrete and architectural precast finishes allows for endless designs with aesthetic appeal.
Advantages of precast:
In 2017, Tindall worked with Butler-Cohen to create this five-story, 100,000-square-foot precast tower. This new addition to Bexar County Jail’s main complex features 500 additional beds, more classroom and medical space, a new magistrate facility, and more.Discover
Precast was the natural choice for this design/build project. With a private/public partnership, Tindall’s Georgia plant provided fully upfitted, architecturally appealing precast concrete cell modules to house 1,650 inmates.
Tindall was chosen to replace this century-old correctional facility due to the benefits of a total precast structure — faster occupancy, lower costs, and longevity.
Choosing precast allowed for maximum aesthetics, and selecting Tindall as the full service precast provider allowed for a short, 14-month design-build schedule.
This 2-phase precast project provided 114 cells in phase 1, and 134 cells in phase 2. Due to Tindall’s expertise, weeks were eliminated from the timeline of each phase.
Tindall expanded the existing Santa Rosa facility by manufacturing and erecting over 62,000 square feet of safe, secure precast concrete housing in two short months. This included 180 new modules, or 360 cells.
Tindall provided more than 800 customized cells in this 2-phase project. The project was completed months ahead of schedule, allowing for early occupancy.
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