Clad in the same distinctive pink granite used on the County’s historic 1895 courthouse, the new Tarrant County Jail is a 207,700 square feet, 5 story maximum security facility built to house the County’s “worst of the worst” prisoners.
The new Tarrant County Jail includes 444 maximum security inmate beds (served by maintenance corridors) as follows:
- 189 male single cells
- 96 male solitary separation cells (with showers)
- 96 male medical cells
- 39 female single cells
- 24 female solitary separation cells (with showers)
In addition, the new Tarrant County Jail includes a massive kitchen capable of producing 16,500 meals a day and could be the world’s first jail to earn gold LEED certification for sustainability.
|DSI Roles||Mechanical Contractor, Plumbing Contractor|
|Self-Performed Work||HVAC Piping, HVAC Sheet Metal, Plumbing|
|Project Size||207,700 sq. ft; 5 floors and 444 beds/cells|
|Total Volume||$95 million|