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Top 20 Public Construction Projects of 1998
January 21, 1999

Alternative Bid Project 2 - Stafford Creek Prison

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Stafford Creek
Stafford Creek Prison.
Project description: A multi-custody 1,936-bed correctional facility being built on a 210-acre site. Includes about 266,000 square feet of inmate housing units and 283,000 square feet of support services buildings. Site work includes 500,000 cubic yards of grading, a one-mile access road, 15,000 feet of sanitary sewer line, 44,000 feet of storm sewer line, 22,000 feet of water line, two pump stations, a 1.5 million-gallon water storage tank, landscaping and an athletic field.

Address: About five miles south of Aberdeen along state Route 105.
Original contract amount: $128 million.
Start of construction: July 1998.
Expected completion date: Scheduled to open in January 2000 with two completed housing units. By April, three additional housing units will be completed, and one more housing until will be completed in May 2000.
GC/CM Contractor: Fluor Daniel Inc., 3353 Michelson Drive, Irvine, CA 92698, (949) 975-2000.
Architect: NBBJ, 111 S. Jackson St., Seattle, WA 98104, (206) 223-5555.
Owner: Department of Corrections.

Project participants:

  • Robison Construction
  • Walter & SCI Construction
  • Garco Construction
  • Keystone Masonry
  • Bergelectric
  • University Mechanical Contractors
  • Norment Industries
  • Northshore Sheetmetal
  • Cobra Construction Products and Services
  • Safeguard Technology
  • Raygal
  • PCL Construction Services
  • Root Paint & Glass Co.
  • ISEC
  • Bucher Glass
  • Pacific Construction Systems
  • DDI Construction
  • St. Clair Construction
  • Olsen Land Development
  • Potelco
  • Berglund Schmidt & Assoc.
  • Stowe Construction
  • DeWitt Construction
  • Retaining Walls NW
  • Lakeside Industries
  • T Bailey
  • Crown Fence
  • Northwest Rock
  • Shamrock Construction
  • Matia Contractors
  • Apply-A-Line.

  • Stafford Creek grease interceptor
    RCI prepares subgrade for the placement of a 20,000 gallon grease interceptor for prison kitchen facilities.

    Stafford Creek grease interceptor
    RCI grading crews prepare to excavate over 270,000 cubic yards of earth in preparation for the 20 buildings and asssociated roads at the prison.

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