Port Sulphur Louisiana

Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office

Jails on Demand completed a 500-bed temporary jail for the Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office in 2012. The state-of-the-art compound, consisting of five pre-engineered metal buildings is part of the Sheriff Marlin Gusman’s recovery from the 2005 floodwaters which destroyed his jail facilities. Three inmate buildings include concrete block cells, while all have open dorm sleeping. The fifth building of the temporary jail complex is a video visitation center. Video center sin each inmate building allow detained persons to communicate with their visitors. The computer controlled guard centers have camera views of every part of the facilities. Other features of this project include four fenced in play yards.


Plaquemines Parish


Jails on Demand provided Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office with a temporary jail solution to help with determtion needs left by the destruction from Hurricane Katrina. The 22-bed temporary jail compound is a unique approach designed for the dynamics of a community surrounded by water. Because of annual hurricane threats to Plaquemines Parish, the temporary jail facilities are portable and can be moved under evacuation orders to avoid the risk of flood hazards.

Davant Louisiana Correctional Facility


Designed to withstand storm wind and flood threats, this temporary correctional training facility will sit 22 feet above ground and be impervious to annual hurricane threats and weather conditions.