Peachtree Mechanical Inc. was contracted under a firm fixed price to construct a brand new 15,000 square foot inmate service building. Work involved in this project included but was not limited to: site utilities, grading, concrete curb and gutter, slab on grade, security fencing, block, brick CMU building construction, structural steel frame, metal seam roofing, drywall, special floor systems, epoxy floor finishes, shelving, security glass and window systems, security door systems, automated roll up doors, electrical high voltage power service, duct banks, electrical gear and building service, Lighting, mechanical utility services, central chillers, air handlers, pumps, duct work, under slab plumbing systems drain, waste, vent service, exhaust systems, laundry systems, complete DDC Controls system, fire life safety systems, sprinklers, test and balance and commissioning.Due to the critical environment of working inside an active federal prison around inmates, Peachtree Mechanical Inc. was selected to perform this project based on overall low price and past performance. This was due to the history of our company performing federal projects and successfully working in critical environments. The project consisted of security measures and detailed background checks of all employees and sub-contractors to meet the requirements of the project. Our team worked closely with the owner and facility manager to make this project successful. Due to this being an active prison we had to closely coordinate all activities around the prisons daily including manpower and tool checks daily, weekly meetings and schedule reviews to assure the owner we were tracking the project to meet the schedule needs.