Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice
CGL provides comprehensive facility maintenance services for 30 Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice Facilities across the State. CGL’s services are tailored to the specific needs of a statewide agency that is responsible for youth in custody.
CGL’s regional management system segments geographically similar facilities to limit staff and costs. Regional Maintenance Engineers (RMEs) are responsible for service delivery in as few as seven facilities and as many as 18 facilities.
The 61 full-time program employees perform more than 90,000 man-hours of work annually as both an on-site and mobile work force. CGL’s maintenance personnel average more than 105,670 work orders annually – including preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance and vandalism repairs – while providing additional services outside the scope of the contract.
CGL’s skilled technicians are responsible for maintaining HVAC equipment, chillers, boilers, security electronics and locking controls for doors and gates, CCTV, paging and intercom systems, electrical systems, emergency generators, plumbing systems, laundry and kitchen equipment and fire alarm systems.
CGL staffers assist the DJJ by providing repair and replacement cost estimates, performing installation, providing start-up services for replacement equipment, securing sub-contractors, and monitoring sub-contractor performance. In some cases, CGL functions as the project manager for special maintenance and construction projects.
CGL is a supplemental resource to DJJ’s local and central engineering staff, providing outsourced value and true “reach-back” capabilities – support from Planning, Design, and Project Management – for the statewide correctional facilities.