Many within the corrections industry, including sheriffs, government bodies, jail directors and county commissioners, have already made Sprung their building solution. Sprung structures have been used as inmate housing and recreational facilities by Mecklenburg County Jail, as dining, classroom and fitness pavilions for the South Carolina Justice Academy, as the El Paso Detoxification Facility in Colorado, and as an inmate processing center for Willacy County, Texas.
A Sprung structure is the ideal choice for the corrections industry as it is a quick and affordable building solution that can immediately respond to issues with overcrowding. With a variety of available accessories as well as energy-efficient lighting and insulation packages, your Sprung structure has the flexibility to evolve as your needs do. A bright, clearspan interior space ensures your facility is properly monitored and perfectly visible from every angle, while Sprung's durable 8½-foot-high vandal-proof Hard-Wall system ensures that your facility remains secure at all times.
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