Federal Correctional Facility – Aliceville AL – Pickens County - Case Study
Caldwell is pleased to have teamed with Caddell/Yates Joint Venture of Montgomery, AL as part of the construction of Alabama's first federal prison for female criminals. The 1,400-inmate facility is expected to be an economic boom for Pickens County and the surrounding Black Belt communities. Caldwell constructed this tank utilizing over 305 tons of steel and 200 cubic yards of concrete. Caldwell's performance on this project was outstanding as exhibited by our ability to expediently design the foundation and steel components of the project, order material, install the foundation, fabricate steel components, erect the welded steel structure, apply the protective coatings system, and install electrical components of the project. All construction aspects of this project met all governing agencies' construction standards and methods. In addition, Caldwell was awarded 'Contractor of the Month' in July 2010 by Caddell/Yates Joint Venture for our organization of crew and working area, adherence to job site safety, how well our crew worked with project inspectors and site management staff, and our ability to meet the demands of the project schedule.
- Federal Correctional Facility – Aliceville AL – Pickens County
Tank Size & Style
- 750,000 Gallon Torus Bottom Elevated Water Tank
Project Type / Owner
- Government - Federal Bureau of Prisons
- Caddell/Yates Joint Venture – Montgomery, AL
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