Woodbury County Law Enforcement Center - Sioux City, IA

Scope: The Woodbury County Law Enforcement Center is a brand-new facility currently being constructed on the east side of Sioux City, Iowa. This facility will be roughly 120,000 square feet and able to hold over four hundred forty (440) inmates. 

Pauly Jail is tasked with furnishing and installing; modular controls, security glazing, security mesh, padded cells, security hardware, modular steel cells, security hollow metal, and security ceilings.

Start Date: 5/6/2021

Completion Date: Est. 3/2023

Overall Construction Contract Amount: $58,000,000.00

Pauly Jail Building Company Contract Amount: $14,789,000.00

General Contractor: Hausmann Construction | 8885 Executive Woods Drive | Lincoln, NE 68512 | (402) 438-3230 Phone

Architect: Goldberg Group Architects | 520 Francis Street, Suite 200C | St. Joseph, MO 64501 | (816) 233-9300 Phone

Sheriff: Sheriff Chad Sheehan | 407 7th Street | Sioux City, IA 51101 | (712) 279-6010 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 included:

- Accurate Controls, Inc. for Modular Controls

- Global Security Glazing for Security Glazing

- Kane Innovations for Security Mesh & Enclosures

- Marathon Engineering Corporation for Padded Cells

- RR Brink Locking Systems for Security Hardware

- SteelCell of North America for Modular Steel Cells