FORT LAUDERDALE – Moss Construction is pleased to announce that it was awarded an over $1.3 million contract to provide phase II management support services to the county of Tuolumne, Ca., with the development of the county’s new J.H. “Jack” Dambacher Detention Center. Designed by Lionakis, the 63,000-square-foot jail will be located in Tuolumne County.
“We are humbled to have been selected by the County of Tuolumne to provide council throughout the creation of this modern jail,” said David, Burton, vice president of Moss. “Moss is proud that the county has recognized our knowledge and expertise in the development of detention center facilities and that it has trusted our firm with this role.”
The new 230-bed jail will be located on a 6-acre site and will consist of central control, housing, housing support, program rooms, medical clinic, food service, laundry services, intake administrative offices, public lobby, visitation area and vehicle sally port.
Harris Construction Company in Fresno, Ca. is the project’s general contractor.
Construction is slated to begin in March and be completed in August 2019.
Moss (www.mosscm.com) is a national privately held construction firm providing innovative solutions resulting in award-winning projects. With regional offices across the United States, Moss focuses on construction management at-risk, design-build and public-private partnerships. The company’s diverse portfolio encompasses a wide range of sectors, including luxury high-rise residential, landmark mixed-use developments, hospitality, primary and higher education, justice and solar energy. Moss prides itself on a strong entrepreneurial culture that honors safety, quality, client engagement and employee development. Its employees consistently rank Moss as one of the best places to work.