U.S. Penitentiary Coleman II

Clark Construction had an excellent field and administrative team for the project ... it was delivered on schedule and the quality of the completed facility is excellent.
Kerry Finkes, Contracting Officer, Federal Bureau of Prisons
Location: 
Coleman, Florida
Client: 
Federal Bureau of Prisons
Architect: 
DLR Group
Additional collaborations with DLR Group:
Contract Value: 
$91,000,000
Size: 
555,000 Square Feet
Year Completed: 
2004

U.S. Penitentiary Coleman II added a 555,000 square-foot component to the Federal Bureau of Prisons' Coleman, Florida Federal Correctional Complex (FCC, Coleman). Clark served as part of the joint-venture design-build team for the project.

The U.S. Penitentiary Coleman II project includes 260,000 square feet of housing for inmates, as well as spaces for administration, foodservice, recreation, and maintenance shops. This facility features a façade of concrete with punch windows, and the exterior fenestration unifies the facility. Six perimeter guard towers, double rows of high security, detention fencing, one interior compound guard tower, and a remote utility building also were built. 

A corridor connects housing units to the cafeteria medical/dental, religious and psychological services, as well as vocational training, visitation and administration.

This project was the third for Clark at FCC, Coleman. In 1995, Clark completed a 923,000 square-foot low- and medium-security complex.

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