Prison and Jail Construction Report Gives Snapshot of Industry


(01/03/2013)
A recent report by Los Angeles-based IBISWorld, Prison and Jail Construction in the U.S., describes the current state of the industry and projections for the future.

States Projected to Spend Big on Construction


(04/16/2012)
The Rose Report has recently issued its 2012 corrections construction projections for projects in the U.S, and many states have big plans.
 

S.C. County Awards Project Contracts


(04/05/2011)
WALHALLA, S.C. — The of Oconee County Council awarded a design contract and construction management-at-risk contract for a new $17 million Detention Center in Walhalla.

Iowa Prison Projects Use PLA


(05/25/2010)
Iowa state prison project calls for Project Labor Agreement

South Korea Segregates Foreigners


(05/25/2010)
South Korea to house foreign nationals in 1,230-bed purpose-built prison.

New Brunswick Plans Two Prisons


(03/08/2010)
New Brunswick is developing two new prisons designed for LEED certification that will deliver a total of 40 cells for a combined cost of $56 million.

Three-State Navajo Construction Plan


(02/26/2010)
The Navajo Nation approved a $60 million unsecured loan for the construction of 13 judicial complexes and detention centers in Arizona, Utah and New Mexico.

$300 Million PPP Courthouse


(02/26/2010)
California is set to become the testing ground for the public-private delivery of major public safety buildings as authorities enter the final selection phase for the proposed $300 million Long Beach federal courthouse.

Report: Wisconsin Needs $1.2 Billion Prison Expansion


(02/25/2010)
The DOC must add 8,900 beds and replace almost 2,700 existing beds to modernize facilities and relieve overcrowding, according to an independent study.

Wisconsin in $1 Billion Prison Expansion


(02/25/2010)
The DOC must add 8,900 beds and replace almost 2,700 existing beds to relieve modernize facilities and overcrowding, according to an independent study.