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A Design Build Correctional Facility

Working hand-in-hand with MW Engineering—a firm that has helped to streamline the design process by serving as both electrical and mechanical engineer—Berg was responisble for the complete electrical installation which included the design and installation of all medium-voltage power and distribution, lighting, lighting controls and emergency systems.

Spread over 58 acres, Coyote Ridge’s size and remote location in Connell, Washington—about 100 miles southwest of Spokane—presented logistical challenges that included manpower, material deliveries, travel time, housing and more. Berg’s Portland office taped into Berg’s considerable expertise developed over the course of constructing seven high-profile correctional facilities throughout the northwest.“These are challenges that Bergelectric is regularly able to overcome on projects all over the United States,” said Berg’s General Foreman. “This project is right up our alley.”The expanded Coyote Ridge Correctional Center was completed in September of 2009.

Size
500,000 square feet

Electrical Construction Cost
$24 Million

Duration
May 2006 – September 2009

Delivery Method
Design-Build

Other Team Members
Hunt/Lydig Joint Venture
MW Engineering

Technology Systems
TelData, Fire Alarm, Security

Berg Regional Office
Portland

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