MIAMI CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
Peru, Indiana
 

 

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800,000 sq.ft.
$200M Construction Cost
Completed June 2001


SCO providedů
Mechanical
Electrical
Plumbing

Architect
SchenkelShultz, Architects

   
To help alleviate overcrowding, the state of Indiana acquired a large section of land from the Grissom Air Force Base, located in north central Indiana for use as a new state correctional facility.  The Miami Correctional Facility was built in two phases for a total cost of $200 million.  Each phase consisted of 8 medium security housing units, a segregation unit, offender services building, and a prison industries building.  The campus also includes a central food service building, administration building, maintenance shop, and utilities building.  The facility is served with its own water tower and campus utilities.
 
Miami Correctional Facility currently has a capacity for more than 3,400 prisoners and uses sophisticated state-of-the-art technology and security systems.
 
Administration building
Offender services
Recreation building
Dormitories
Segregation building
Warehouse and maintenance building
Eight medium housing buildings
Offender services building
Emergency operations center
Industries building
Secure, central courtyard