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An increasing number of designers are choosing precast jail cells when building corrections facilities. The reduced number of components needed for construction leads to a speedier building process. All fixtures are cast in place in the cell, further reducing time spent on construction. The cells consist of four walls and a ceiling, with the ceiling of the cell beneath serving as a floor. Components are joined together by welding together embedded metal plates.