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Clayton County Breaks Ground on New Youth Development & Juvenile Justice Center

CGL, with partners Potts Construction and KSGW Architects, helped Clayton County, Ga., break ground on the County's new family and juvenile court on June 16, 2011. The $15 million project will be built adjacent to the existing Clayton County Harold R. Banke Justice Center and will house the nation's most unique and successful juvenile justice program. Construction is scheduled to take approximately 12 months.

CGL Chief Executive Officer Joe Lee and Project Manager Marshall Davis participated in the dirt-turning ceremony.

 

 

CGA latino amÉrica office opens in mexico city

CGL is excited to announce the opening a new office in Mexico City to focus on projects in Central and South America.  

CGL ANNOUNCES JOINT VENTURE

CGL Facility Management LLC and Kitchell Corp. announced an agreement to jointly pursue Facility Maintenance Services in the Western States. The business, CGL/k LLC, will be located in Sacramento California.  CGL Facility Management LLC is a member of the CGL Family of Companies that provides Facility Maintenance.  Kitchell is an $800 Million General Contracting, Construction Management, Program Management, Architectural, and Engineering firm headquartered in California and Arizona. Click here to view the website.

NEW PRojects

Georgia Institute of Technology. CGL's Facility Management company has been awarded a five year contract for mechanical and plumbing facility maintenance for 3.25 million square feet of student housing facilities for Georgia Institute of Technology. CGL now maintains more than 10 million square feet.

CGL Out and About

January 2010 – CGL Dinner with Singapore Prison Services Officials

 

 

THE first responders remembrance memorial ceremony

CGL assisted with the planning and design of the First Responders Remembrance Memorial to be unveiled in Columbia, SC, on September 11, 2011.  The memorial will feature two 25-foot granite towers that will frame two steel beams from the New York City World Trade Center destroyed in terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.  The memorial will not only include the names of citizens and responders who gave their lives during the NY attack, but it will also feature the names of all the first reponders from police, firefighters, paramedics and military members from the Midlands region of South Carolina who have given their lives since 2001.  Click here to view the website.

Carter Goble Lee

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