Clay County Jail - Moorhead MN

Scope: The Clay County Correctional Facility and Law Enforcement Center Project is a larger project that consists of two (2) phases of construction. The new jail will house one hundred and eighty-eight (188) beds. This jail project also features a lobby, intake/release areas, kitchen for food services, classrooms, laundry room, gym, multi-purpose rooms, medical areas, and a secure courts holding area. Behavioral units are being placed within the facility to service inmates with mental health issues.

Pauly Jail Building Company scope of work included furnishing and installing: one hundred and twenty-three (123) modular steel cell units, security hardware, locking devices, security hollow metal, security glass, security glazing, detention furniture, security windows, and padded cells.

Phase 1 Start Date: 03/27/2017

Phase 1 Completion Date: 10/22/2018

Phase 2 Start Date: 06/2019

Phase 2 Estimated Completion Date: 1/31/2020

Overall Construction Cost: $30,000,000.00

Pauly Jail Building Company Contract Amount: $5,993,340.00

Construction Manager: Construction Engineers, Inc. | PO Box 13378 | Grand Forks, ND 58208 | (701)738-4602 Phone 

Architect: Klein McCarthy Architects | 6465 Waysata Blvd. Suite 410 | St. Louis Park, MN 55426 | (952) 908-9990 Phone 

Correctional Facility Administrator: Julie Savat | 800 9th St. N. | Moorhead, MN 56560 | (218) 299-5163 Phone

Pauly Jail Building Company self-performs the installation of all detention equipment for every project and is signatory with the International Union of Ironworkers.

Partners that were a part of this project:

- Global Security Glazing for Security Glass

- Hope's Windows, Inc. for Security Windows

- Kane Innovations, Inc. (Kane Detention) for Security Mesh

- Norix Group, Inc. for Detention Furniture

- RR Brink Locking Systems, Inc. for Detention Hardware & Locks

- SteelCell of North America, Inc. for Prefabricated Steel Detention Cells

- Trussbilt LLC for Security Hollow Metal

Letter of Recommendation

Klein McCarthy Architects

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