The Davis County Jail Expansion added 400 beds to the existing 200-bed facility that Layton also constructed under an older contract. The expansion included a new kitchen, supporting structure, video visitation and security electronics interface. The remodel scope included demolition, reconfiguration, and reconstruction of the inmate booking, kitchen, laundry and visitation areas. Inmates’ cells consist of both masonry and precast concrete cells. The main structure boasts load-bearing masonry walls with a steel roof structure.
Due to Layton's extensive preconstruction planning and coordination, the entire justice complex and jail remained in full operation during the entire construction period.