Indiana County Jail

Project Background

The Indiana County Jail Planning Committee spent 10 months considering options to replace, enlarge or renovate their 32-year-old county jail. Their existing facility was often overcrowded, lacked modern standards, and failed to meet several state and federal regulations.

In the end, the Committee chose to build a new 98,860-square-foot county prison on 33 acres in White Township, which was preferable due to its close proximity to the County courthouse. Reynolds managed the construction of the 216-bed facility, which accommodates both male and female inmates in two-tier housing units. The project also included a 2,268-square-foot kitchen.

In addition, the prison was designed for future expansion to house an additional 96 inmates in 48 cells.

Project Specs

Solutions: Construction
Architect: L. Robert Kimball & Associates
Square Feet: 98,860 new construction
Construction Cost: $22.8 million

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“Reynolds’ preconstruction services of cost estimating and value engineering allowed for the project scope of work to be well defined and within the funds allotted to us…”

Wayne McCullough, Director of Operations, Southern York County School District