Wabash County Sheriff's Office & Jail - Wabash, IN

Scope: The Wabash County Sheriff’s Office and Jail project focused on the construction of a new facility that addressed overcrowding issues that the county faced. The new 75,000-square-foot jail offers the space to house three hundred (300) inmates, saving the county millions from having to transfer inmates to other facilities.

Pauly Jail was tasked with furnishing and installing; security hollow metal, modular steel cells, security glazing, security hardware, detention furnishings, mezzanine, stairs, security mesh, and security windows.

Start Date: 5/2022

Completion Date: 6/2023

Overall Construction Contract Amount: $25,000,000.00

Pauly Jail Building Company Contract Amount: $5,405,000.00

General Contractor: Kettelhut Construction, Inc. | 740 Sagamore Parkway South | Lafayette, IN 47905 | (765) 447-2181 Phone

Architect: RQAW | 8770 North St., Suite 110 | Fishers, IN 46038 | (317) 588-1798 Phone

Sheriff: Sheriff Ryan Baker | 79 W Main St | Wabash, IN 46992 | (260) 563-8891 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 are a part of this project include: 

- Global Security Glazing for Security Glazing

- Hope’s Windows for Security Windows

- Kane Detention for Security Mesh

- Marathon Engineering for Padded Cells

- Modern Detention Equipment for Detention Furnishings, Mezzanine, and Stairs

- Norix for Detention Toilet Accessories

- RR Brinks Locking Systems, Inc. for Security Hardware

- SteelCell of North America for Modular Steel Cells

- Titan Steel Door for Security Hollow Metal