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Chris Murphree
Chris Murphree is the new vice president of project development at the Miami-based firm, CGL. Prior to joining CGL, Murphree served as director of construction for Corrections Corporation of America.



Rich Driggs
Rich Driggs has been named president of Heery International, following Bill Heitz, who retired on July 1 after 34 years with the company.


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Lattice Inc., a provider of advanced information and communications technology solutions to customers globally, announced the launch of its cloud-based Integrated Corrections Operating Network (ICON) platform.


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SDC’s EntryCheck E75 standalone electronic lockset battery-powered solution provides controlled access that meets basic- and high-security standards within facilities.


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Broward County Courthouse to Open in 2015
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A large-scale construction project is underway to create an efficient, flexible design with an ageless aesthetic appeal for longevity for the new Broward County Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale.


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Forsyth County Breaks Ground on Courthouse and Jail
CUMMING, Ga. — A groundbreaking ceremony for Forsyth County’s new courthouse and jail was held on July 8 in downtown Cumming.



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FREMONT, Calif. — The Fremont Detention Center offers an alternative incarceration option for inmates who wish to serve their time in a more private cell rather than serving time at the Alameda County Jail.

MODESTO, Calif. — Though budgetary constraints continue to push the construction date of the new $277.2 million Stanislaus County Courthouse further and further back, the county has now identified a preferred site for future construction.

Illegal Tubal Ligation Procedures Under Investigation
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A letter from the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) to the Medical Board of California revealed allegations that 148 women received unauthorized tubal ligations between 2006 and 2010.


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