Pictured from L-R: Jared Altobello, CGL; Jason Smith, OCI; Mike Munson, Moss; Jeff Sellers, Moss; Brady Kenney, Moss; Mike Mason, Mason Blau; Alvaro Coronel, Mason Blau
Congratulations are in order for the talented team behind the Pinellas County Jail Infrastructure Upgrade project, which was named the Florida Region Design-Build Project of the Year by Design-Build Institute of America! Members of the project team celebrated this week at the DBIA Annual Awards Luncheon.
The Pinellas County Jail Infrastructure Upgrade, a $95 million project, included design and construction of two new buildings; a new office and warehouse building consolidating jail support services and a new infrastructure building housing a central energy plant, campus security control room, and a new food and laundry service. The central energy plant utilizes a state-of-the-art cogeneration plant with primary power provided by a natural gas generator. Generator waste heat produces 20% of the campus’ chilled water via an absorption chiller. In addition, upgrades were made to the campus-wide security electronics backbone providing redundancy and consistency, and a second, existing kitchen was renovated.
Full Project Team
Design-Build Team: Moss & Associates, LLC
Owner: Pinellas County Real Estate Management
Architects: CGL and Mason Blau Associates, Inc.
Engineers: Cardno; McCarthy & Associates; and OCI Associates
Specialty Consultants: Rogers & Rodgers; APG Electric; Coreslab Structures Tampa, Inc.; and B&M Masonry, Inc.
Specialty Contractor: Accurate Controls, Inc.
To read more about the awards and check out other 2019 winners, click here