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South Correctional Entity (SCORE) Jail

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Award of Merit Government/Public Building

Photo courtesy of Lydig Construction
The project was built near SeaTac Airport.
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The $49-million SCORE Jail project is the first multi-jurisdictional jail completed in the state of Washington. This 813-bed facility houses inmates for the cities of Auburn, Burien, Des Moines, Federal Way, SeaTac, Renton and Tukwila.

With jail costs rising nearly 70% over the past seven years, the design of the facility was specifically intended to provide spaces that allow for lower operational costs. Constructed on a 14-acre site south of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, the 164,000-sq-ft jail is a plant-cast precast concrete and steel structure.

Key Players

Owner: SCORE South Correctional Entity, Renton, Wash.

General Contractor: Lydig Construction, Bellevue, Wash.

Construction Management: Shiels Obletz Johnsen, Bellevue, Wash.

Architect/Structural Engineer: DLR Group, Seattle

Civil Engineer: KPFF, Seattle

MEP Engineer: Glumac, Seattle

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Lydig Construction

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