Monday, November 28, 2011


SteelCell of North America, located in Baldwin, GA employs 42 people, and manufactures modular housing units (jail cells) for the detention industry, including federal, state and local governments, as well as private entities. And use of the products is not limited to the United States.

The company’s prefabricated modular cell can be purchased completely outfitted with the desired detention equipment and can be installed inside either new or existing structures.

Cell configurations are not limited to four or five designs, but rather can be tailored specifically for particular applications in jails or prisons and are stackable.
SteelCell factory on Baldwin, GA
Built Steel Strong
SteelCell President, Mike Smith

A recent jail project in Virginia had 324 cells and 65 different modular floor plans.  Now that would be a feat for even the most experienced modular home factory.

SteelCell has worked on a variety of detention projects, including construction almost 200 cells for GITMO (Guantanamo Bay Naval Base military prison); providing cells for the Hawkins County Judicial Center in a remodeled Super Kmart in Rogersville, Tenn.; and for other detention applications across the country.  Another unique application is providing cells for the conversion of former manufacturing facilities to jails.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is one modular home I hope I never live in. However I do a few people in that I would like to see test drive some for a while.