Yell County Jail

Location:  Danville, Arkansas Architect:  Spirit Architecture The building consists of two distinct areas, a Sheriff’s Department and a Jail that includes support areas.  The offices are housed in an administration area and the public area is separated from the Sheriff’s area by an electronically secure entry door.  The Jail incudes administration, support and inmate housing areas. There is a full service kitchen.  The intake area has a vehicle sallyport with an automatic chain link security fence and gate....
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Presbyterian Day School (PDS) Renovations

Location:  Memphis, Tennessee Architect:  The Crump Firm This two-story building on the 2nd Presbyterian Church campus consists of an early childhood center, gymnasium with a full-sized basketball court, lifetime fitness and a mechanical room. The structure is comprised of steel frame composite concrete slab with reinforced concrete masonry.  This addition to the existing building and adds approximately 83,800 s.f. of new construction. The building addition was designed per High Seismic Zone requirements as governed by the International Building Code 2006. The seismic design incorporated a site specific seismic evaluation.  The seismic occupancy category was considered a substantial hazard to human life and therefore was designed for higher seismic forces than an ordinary building....
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