Federal Bureau of Prisons
Fully operational, Low and Medium Security, Federal Prison, with 6 air handling units, 6 exhaust fans, 210 convectors, 19 unit heaters, 5 steam boilers, 8 condensing boilers, 1 steam to water heat exchanger, 1 storage tank with tube bundle. AOR responsible for replacement of steam piping with HHW piping, new steam/condensate piping and sheet metal security covers on all exposed pipe installed in occupied areas. This project utilized a state of the art modular boiler room that was set helicopter into the prison grounds.
Shown below is a Sikorsky Sky-Crane helicopter lowering equipment into place, inside of the Lompoc federal penitentiary. This included several large sections to makeup to boiler plant.
AO Reed coordinated closely with Bureau of Prisons to ensure preventive measures were taken to ensure staff and inmates remained safe during the lifting operation.
The Lompoc Federal Correctional Complex is made up of several facilities, including the medium security U.S. Penitentiary with 2,164 inmates. plus 503 inmates at the minimum security camp.
Ventura County Jail
This was a multi -building project for short term prisoner housing, including plumbing, HVAC and central plant.
Taft Federal Correctional Institution
This project required building a new 2,048 bed federal prison. Included in the construction was plumbing, and HVAC serving the housing units, a cafeteria, library, chapel and vocational training facilities. This project also included a separate central plant building.
California State Prisons
These new medium-security prisons consisted of plumbing and HVAC for twenty 2-story prisoner housing units each. The projects included connections of the HVAC systems to the Central Plant distribution lines and the installation of 80 AHU’s and 400 EF’s per prison.