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GET TO KNOW US With a focus on engineering design and consulting, Smith Seckman Reid, Inc. (SSR) has become a tested industry leader while maintaining an client-focused spirit. We are interested in building lasting relationships with our clients and we recognize the importance of earning your trust. SSR believes in listening to your needs, being honest and forthright, and working for your best interests. As a client, you are of the utmost priority and we strive to be on the forefront of technology and

sustainability to be able to best serve your needs. Through our talented staff and professional experience, we will provide the exceptional effort you’ve been looking for. We know that success is realized by a team approach, and at SSR we facilitate collaboration on every front. SSR is a successful partner in achieving success in the corrections market. Within criminal justice facilities, there is a range of unique and complex

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design requirements. These facilities often contain court rooms, sheriffs offices, 9-1-1 centers, and maximum and minimum security spaces. SSR professionals have designed and commissioned every security level of correctional facilities for public and private agencies across the United States. Our team provides building system solutions that are operationally flexible, efficient, and sustainable.


BUILDING ENCLOSURE Building Enclosure Commissioning Roof Consulting Enclosure Testing Facility Condition Assessments & Investigations Design & Design Consulting CIVIL Site Planning & Development Grading & Drainage Erosion & Sediment Control Stormwater Management Surveying & Mapping Hydrology COMMISSIONING Total Building Commissioning Retro-Commissioning Continuous CommissioningÂŽ COMPLIANCE AND FACILITY MANAGEMENT Continuous Compliance Readiness Environment of Care Reviews Day 2 Compliance Facility Management Consulting Compliance Education/Training CONTROLS AND INTEGRATION Process Control SCADA Wireless Communications Machine Control & Guarding Data Collection


WHAT WE DO ELECTRICAL Power Distribution Interior & Exterior Lighting Daylighting Standby Power Facilities Uninterruptible Power Power Conditioning Coordination Studies ENVIRONMENTAL Water Treatment & Distribution Wastewater Treatment & Collection Water Reclamation/Reuse Integrated Water Planning Financial Analysis Program Management FIRE PROTECTION Wet & Dry Sprinkler Systems Clean Agent Systems Foam Systems Hydraulic Modeling GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS) System Design & Implementation Infrastructure Mapping & Asset Management Data Migration Mobile & Web-based Geospatial Solutions Location Analytics Training

MECHANICAL Central Energy Plants Building Automation Systems Energy Management CFD Analysis Geo-Exchange Campus Distribution Systems High Performance HVAC Cogeneration PLUMBING Building Water Supply & Sewer Gas Systems Water Use Audits & Management Greywater & Rainwater Systems Process Pure Water Solar Water Heating

TECHNOLOGY + EQUIPMENT PLANNING Healthcare Technology + Equipment Planning Healthcare Consulting Equipment Planning Communication Systems Design Security Consulting Audiovisual Design Asset Management Procurement Transition Planning Move Management

STRUCTURAL Foundations, Deep & Shallow Reinforced, Pre-Stressed, & PostTensioned Concrete Steel Fabrication Failure Analysis Seismic Evaluations & Retrofit

TRANSPORTATION Roadways & Bridges Signalization Airports Port Facilities Roadway Planning & Safety Audits Intelligent Transportation Systems Construction Engineering Inspection

SUSTAINABILITY Green Building Certification Consulting Sustainability Consulting Building Performance Consulting

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TROUSDALE TURNER CORRECTIONAL CENTER HARTSVILLE, TN

Trousdale Turner Correctional Center, a 438,596 SF medium-security, private prison was completed in 2016 on the former site of the Hartsville Nuclear Complex. The facility covers almost 500,000 SF with a current capacity of 2,552 inmates — more than 10% of the state’s entire prison population. Trousdale Turner prison is made up of six T-shaped cellblocks designed to house approximately 360 inmates each. The complex has housing units, educational and vocational facilities, six outdoor recreational facilities, two gymnasiums, a kitchen and dining hall, a commissary, a chapel, a maintenance and visitation building, and two inmate support buildings. Construction originally began in 2008 with delays until completion in 2015. Due to the delay from design to final construction, parts of the facility were faulty on meeting current energy-efficient technology standards and ACA building standards. All systems were reviewed, tested, measured, and verified to meet code regulations and standards.


TURNEY CENTER FIRE ALARM UPGRADES

TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

ONLY, TN

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, TX

This project involved design for the replacement of the existing fire alarm systems in approximately 20 campus buildings. The existing systems had become unreliable due to their age and frequency of failures. Replacement included all system components, wiring, and updates, including fully addressable systems in each building. Also included was the addition of a proprietary supervising station in the facility’s Central Control Room that communicates with each of the building fire alarm systems so as to provide immediate alarm event information to Central Control personnel and facilitate the quick dispatch of first responders.

SSR has been repeatedly selected as the Texas Department of Criminal Justice consultant since 2008. Under this contract SSR provides professional engineering services including structural, civil, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection for all of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice facilities. The engineering services include design work, construction administration, field investigations, and facility studies and planning.


SHELBY COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE CENTER

METRO NASHVILLE DETENTION FACILITY

MEMPHIS, TN

NASHVILLE, TN

When originally built, the Shelby County Criminal Justice Center was a three-story, 256-bed facility in downtown Memphis. Anticipating a need for future growth, the facility was designed for a future vertical expansion of five additional floors and 1,280 more beds. The water service, fire main, and sewer system were increased to match the facility’s future demand. Additional space was allocated in the building for future equipment that would be needed for water heating, booster pumps, generators, air conditioning equipment, and boilers. SSR provided engineering design services for the original building and later expansion of the facility.

This 40,000 SF concrete facility is Metro Nashville’s newest correctional facility. The county-owned building, which is operated by Corrections Corporation of America, is a medium security facility. The project is currently pursuing LEED® Silver certification and if successful will be the state’s first LEED® certified detention facility. Design incorporated elements such as a geothermal heat pump system, low-flow plumbing fixtures, solar panels, and parking for alternative fuel vehicles.


BLACKWATER RIVER CORRECTIONAL FACILITY MILTON, FL

The $114 million Blackwater River Correctional Facility in Milton, FL, is a 378,796 SF facility that provides secure care, custody, and control for medium and close custody male inmates. The facility focuses on providing academic and vocational programs as well as medical care, substance abuse programs, counseling, and life skills training opportunities. With the help of previous correctional experience, the design team was able to incorporate innovative solutions to allow for better accessibility and conveniences for the officers maintaining the facility. The HVAC control system and plumbing valves were tied into the central control system to allow officers to control air and water flow from the safety of the officer’s station. The smoke control system was designed to evacuate smoke without the need to evacuate adjacent zones allowing for better control of inmates during a smoke alarm.


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