Reshaping the Approach to Justice Maintenance & Operations

Operating Efficiently in a Post-Pandemic World

In this webinar, we'll discuss how justice owners should think differently about staffing and operating their facilities.

Webinar Summary

How has the past year changed the way justice facility owners approach maintenance and operations? As we continue to discover what’s next for the justice industry, owners must think differently about how the pandemic has changed the intake process, operations, and maintenance of justice facilities.

Join us as our maintenance & planning experts discuss how short-term changes are leading to long-term impacts in justice maintenance and operations. In our latest webinar, we will explore new innovative solutions that will help you adapt to post-COVID conditions and optimize your operations for years to come.



How the pandemic has changed how we approach justice system master planning


Ways to adapt existing infrastructure support systems to support new code requirements


Solutions for combating current staffing challenges


How to effectively address and manage supply chain shortages



Greg Westbrook

CGL Companies
Greg has more than 20 years of dynamic and diverse facilities operations experience. He comes from both operations and instruction backgrounds, relating to complex engineering environments, enhanced building performance, increased productivity, and cost efficiencies. Gregory has managed a variety of critical environments and has been responsible for services delivery, including maintenance, utilities, infrastructure, process systems, roads and grounds, office services, janitorial, and construction projects. Since 2011, he has focused almost exclusively on providing services to criminal justice facility clients and public facility owners.

Brad Sassatelli

Senior Vice President
CGL Companies
Brad has over 30 years of experience working in corrections and detention and specializes in operational planning, system studies, and master planning projects. Previously Assistant Warden and IT Operations Manager of the Illinois Department of Corrections, Brad has outstanding knowledge of detention system standards and best practices and has assisted many jurisdictions in implementing these standards. He has developed short-term and long-term plans for state and local detention systems and has strong knowledge of the interconnected processes within local criminal justice systems that can contribute to jail population growth.