Shortlist Announced for Consolidated Justice Facility Project
Plenary Edgemoor Justice Partners (PEJP) is proud to have been selected by the City of Indianapolis to submit a proposal to design, build, construct, finance, operate, and maintain the new Consolidated Justice Facility.
Plenary Edgemoor Justice Partners (PEJP) is proud to have been selected by the City of Indianapolis to submit a proposal to design, build, construct, finance, operate, and maintain the new Consolidated Justice Facility for the City of Indianapolis and Marion County. Comprised of leaders in the delivery of large-scale infrastructure projects, the PEJP team consists of Plenary Group USA, Edgemoor Infrastructure & Real Estate, Clark Construction Group, F.A. Wilhelm Construction Company, HDR Architecture, and CBRE. Additional team members include NORR Limited, KJWW Engineering Consultants, Rowland Design, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Huskey & Associates, Krieg DeVault, and RKC Consultants. PEJP is committed to providing opportunities for local businesses and residents on the Consolidated Justice Facility project. The PEJP team to date includes a number of locally-based firms, including F.A. Wilhelm Construction Company, KJWW Engineering, Rowland Design, Civil & Environmental Consultants, and Krieg DeVault. Five teams responded to the Request for Proposals and Qualifications and three teams were shortlisted. The project involves the development, design, construction, financing, operation, and maintenance of a new consolidated criminal justice campus. The City currently anticipates that the project will include at least six new interconnected buildings, including a new adult detention center, community corrections facility, courthouse, law office building, juvenile justice center, sheriff's department, and new parking facilities. The City of Indianapolis anticipates issuing a request for revised proposals to the shortlisted teams late this spring, with responses being due by late summer. A preferred partner will then be selected and the project will be submitted to the City-County Council for approval.