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Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
At least they painted the interiors white... making it look more "livable". ...So why make it look all "nice" and cozy?
The jail cells used for the facility will be Tindall precast concrete jail cells constructed in Atlanta, Georgia. The cells will be shipped by rail to the nearest rail spur and trucked to Vernal. Once on the construction site, the cells are erected, taking only about a week to put them in place. These types of jail cells were previously used by Layton Construction for the Davis County Jail Expansion project that was completed in 2006. Each 13-by-7 foot prefabricated unit contains two cells, each containing two bunks and a wall-attached desk and toilet. Using the precast, ready-made cells allows the project team to get a high-quality product at a lower cost and in a compressed construction time schedule.