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Roche Awarded Weld County Jail Expansion

The $38 million project will break ground in early 2019


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Roche Constructors was awarded the design-build contract for Weld County's Jail 2 West Expansion project working with designer-partner Hauser Architects.

Roche Constructors is known for its construction experience in public works, education, retail, industrial and commercial construction. 

Located at 2100 O Street in Greeley, the Weld County North Jail Complex is currently 217,568 square feet and houses 779 beds, plus the associated administrative and support spaces.

Budgeted at $38 million, the Jail 2 West Expansion is the fourth phase of jail construction. Roche was the contractor for the previous three phases. The expansion will consist of two phases: a three-story addition adding 129,537 square feet to the jail and a renovation of approximately 19,000 square feet in the existing building.

Design and pre-construction will get underway immediately.

Construction is scheduled to begin in early 2019, while the first phase is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2020, and phase two is scheduled for completion in early 2021.

Roche Constructors is known for its construction experience in public works, education, retail, industrial and commercial construction. 

Headquartered in Greeley since 1971, Roche Constructors has regional offices in Westminster and Las Vegas, Nevada.

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