Rush County Sheriff's Office & Jail - Rushville, IN

Scope: The Rush County Sheriff's Office and Jail project consists of the construction of a one hundred thirty-nine (139) bed facility. The 54,630-square-foot jail project has an emphasis of addressing mental health and addiction issues. Along with the jail, there will be alternate housing area for work-release inmates, additional space for the county coroner, community corrections, a 911-dispatch area, and a training center.

Pauly Jail Building Company scope of work included furnishing and installing: fifty-one (51) prefabricated modular steel cell units, security hardware, locking devices, security hollow metal, security glazing, detention furniture, security mesh, security ceilings, and detention accessories.

Start Date: 02/16/2018

Completion Date: 1/31/2020

Overall Construction Contract Amount: $20,000,000.00

Pauly Jail Building Company Contract Amount: $3,559,400.00

Construction Manager: Construction Control , Inc. | 9602 Coldwater Road | Fort Wayne, IN 46825 | (260) 489-1400 Phone

Security Architect: DLZ Indiana, LLC | 157 East Maryland Street | Indianapolis, IN 46204 | (317) 633-4120 Phone 

Sheriff: Sheriff James Cowan | 131 East 1st Street | Rushville, IN 46173 | (765) 932-2931 Phone

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

- RR Brink Locking Systems, Inc. for Detention Hardware

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

- Trussbilt LLC for Security Hollow Metal