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2012 NAtIoNAl DesIgN-BuIlD AwArD wINNers// Correctional Facilities Honor Award rIverBeND correctIoNAl fAcIlIty MIlleDgevIlle, gA. Owner: The GEO Group, Inc. Design-Builder: New South Construction Co. Architect: KSGW Architects Engineers: Conway & Owen, Inc., Thomas and Hutton and Willett Engineering Company, Inc. Specialty Consultants: Fisher Engineering, Inc. and Geotechnical & Environmental Consultants Specialty Contractors: Pauly Jail Building Company, Accurate Controls, Inc., Tindall, West Georgia Electric, F&S Mechanical and Plumbing and Jones Automatic Sprinkler, Inc. Other Key Professionals: Brent Scarbrough and Co., C&M Masonry, Hotel and Restaurant Supply and Caldwell Tanks The GEO Group’s Riverbend Correctional Facility is a public-private partnership detention facility built to house 1,500 offenders in Georgia. The $71-million project included 14 separate buildings and had a designbuild schedule of just 16 months. The team overcame unforeseen challenges including unsuitable soils, rock blasting and remediation of three streams. Resolving these issues left just 10 months for construction after the permits were received, but the team met the client’s late request to deliver the project one month early. Educational Facilities Honor Award four eArthQuAke-resIstANt schools BAgh DIstrIct, AzAD JAMMu AND kAshMIr, pAkIstAN Owner: U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)/Pakistan Reconstruction Program Design-Builder: CDM Smith Architect: UNICON Consulting Services (Pvt), Ltd. Engineer & Specialty Consultant: Coffman Engineering, Inc. Specialty Contractor: Dinsons As part of the USAID’s Pakistan Reconstruction Program, CDM Smith designed and built four earthquake-resistant schools in the Bagh District of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. The program rebuilt many of the schools and hospitals destroyed by the devastating earthquake of Oct. 8, 2005. The project aided recovery by fast-tracking completion of the schools, performing extensive community outreach and providing job training that will continue to benefit the local work force. 14 winter//2012 the quarterly publication of the design-build institute of america

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