Floyd County Jail Rome, Georgia

Floyd County Jail

TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc. provided structural engineering services to the architect on this housing and administration expansion for a county jail facility. This multi-story structure is built out of masonry walls and hollowcore precast planks. The administrative wing is built out of masonry walls and a steel roof structure.

Key Structural Components
Load-bearing masonry walls with precast hollowcore plank floor structure
Lateral stability provided with masonry wall structure
Shallow spread footings bearing on natural soils
Design Team
Planning / Programming: Pieper O'Brien Herr Architects, Inc.
Architect: Pieper O'Brien Herr Architects, Inc.
Structural Engineers: TRC Worldwide Engineering, Inc.
New Construction: 170,000 GSF
Construction Cost: $17.5 Million
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