Warren County partnered with Granger Construction to build a new, 119,000 square foot (SF) jail facility in Lebanon, Ohio.

  • The new jail includes both detention housing for 320 male beds, 50 female beds, 98 swing beds plus an additional 26,000 SF sheriff’s office and support services.
  • Completely new utility services and mechanical/electrical systems were required as well as a significant access drive relocation.
  • Key services include booking, food service, visitation, property storage and main entrance areas.
  • The structure and cells incorporate masonry and precast construction.
  • Granger developed early bid packaging to relocate construction access drives and procure long-lead detention frames, furniture embeds and accelerate the fabrication of the precast plank to expedite the masonry construction.

LOCATION:
Lebanon, Ohio

COST:
$49 million

SQUARE FOOTAGE:
148,000

SERVICE:
CM At-Risk

START:
August 2019

START:
October 2021

ARCHITECT:
Wachtel & McAnally Architects / Planner, Inc.