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ODRC Seeks Release Of Funds For Mansfield, Richland Correctional Renovation Project

11 Dec , 2021  

By 1812Blockhouse

The State of Ohio Controlling Board will consider a request from the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction to release funds for a large renovation project at Richland (RiCI) and Mansfield Correctional Institutions (ManCI) at their meeting on Monday.

The total request is for $10,496,460 to three suppliers.

The construction manager at risk is 2K General Co. of Delaware. The project involves the following:

– Kitchen floors and drains

– Window replacement

– Chilled water system and central air conditioning

– Detention doors

– Emergency power systems

One component of the project involves the replacement of 960 cell windows and 176 office windows.

According to the Board, the Ohio Facilities Construction Commission (OFCC) completed contract negotiations with the selected team. OFCC recommended award of the Construction Manager at Risk Agreement to the 2K General Company whose proposal was determined the best value.

ManCI was built in 1990 and houses a population of approximately 2,000 Level 3 inmates. RiCI was built in 1995 and houses a population of approximately 2,500 Level 2 inmates.

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