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Dewberry, a privately held professional services firm, promoted Chris Getz, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, to associate in the firm’s Orlando, Fla., office.

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The North Carolina Division of Adult Correction and Juvenile Justice named Joseph Valliere as the new administrator at Piedmont Correctional Institution (Piedmont CI) in Salisbury.



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Delaware County Judicial Building to Debut Next Spring
 DELAWARE, Ohio — The new $38 million Delaware County Judicial Building currently under construction in Delaware will combine a majority of county governmental services under one roof, providing better transactional relationships for court and administrative tasks.


Clay County to Consolidate Jail, Law Enforcement Services
MOORHEAD, Minn. — Law enforcement, justice and correctional facilities in Clay County, Minn., will soon be consolidated as the county prepares to construct a new jail and law enforcement center in Moorhead.



REDDING, Calif. — The fate of a new six-story Shasta County Courthouse in Redding, which was originally scheduled to open in 2020, is currently up in the air, as court projects throughout California are facing delays.
GOLDEN VALLEY, Ariz. — Arizona Department of Corrections (DOC) officials received approval from a legislative committee in June to purchase the Arizona State Prison-Kingman, located in Golden Valley, from GEO Group of Boca Raton, Fla., for upwards of $137 million.
Charlotte County Selects Builder for Courthouse Project
CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Va. — In a July 12 meeting, members of the Charlotte County Board of Supervisors approved amended plans for construction of the county’s new courthouse, and awarded a nearly $11.5 million construction contract.


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