How Collaboration and Creative Approach Delivered a Jail for Half the Average Cost

Posted by William Golson on 9/18/15 8:00 AM

The following blog post was originally published in the July/August issue of American Jails, the editorial magazine of the American Jail Association. The article expounds on the 2012 initiative to build a new jail for under $16 million. To help them tackle the challenge, the county engaged the team of J.E.Dunn, Hussey Gay Bell, and Rosser International, Inc. to join the jail planning team of county administrators and the Sheriff's Office.

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Topics: Criminal Justice, Architecture, Creativity, Reuse, Adaptive Reuse, Budget, Collaboration


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