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Lawrence Goldberg gives GGA Financial presentation at Tri-State Sheriff’s Forum

July 5, 2016 From GGA Comments Off on Lawrence Goldberg gives GGA Financial presentation at Tri-State Sheriff’s Forum

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The Tri-State Sheriff’s Forum was held in Lansing, Michigan on June 16, 2016. The forum was open to Sheriffs, Jail Administrators, Comptrollers, Commissioners, and County Administrators. Lawrence Goldberg, of Goldberg Group Architects, presented “A New Approach to Financing Jails”. Mr. Goldberg is the first licensed architect to become a Managing Member of a Municipal Advisory Firm, GGA Financial Services, LLC. The Forum information assists counties early in the planning of a Justice project. This critical information helps them avoid the potential pitfalls of the process.

Watch for dates for the Midwest Forums on Justice Architecture taking place in Omaha and Kansas City in April of 2017.

Muskegon Named Facility of the Month

January 12, 2016 Articles, Criminal Justice, GGA in the News Comments Off on Muskegon Named Facility of the Month

GMuskegon_Correctional_Newsoldberg Group Architects’ recently completed Muskegon County Adult Detention Center gained some high recognition last month. Correctional News named the 622-bed facility its “Facility of the Month.” Muskegon’s new detention center was GGA’s largest project to date and provided the county with a viable solution to its overcrowding problems with an efficient and economical floor plan. GGA partnered with GMB in Holland, MI and Granger Construction out of Lansing, MI, who was the CM.


GGA Financial Services, LLC

December 17, 2015 Financing, Uncategorized Comments Off on GGA Financial Services, LLC

GGA Financial Logo2Goldberg Group Architects, PC is proud to announce the formation of a new affiliate company to continue to provide the outstanding services that its clients have received over the years.

GGA Financial Services, LLC is Goldberg Group Architects’ Municipal Advisory firm that was formed to comply with new federal regulations. Lawrence Goldberg will be the new company’s Managing Member and will assist jurisdictions with financial planning for Goldberg Group Architects’ public architecture projects.

Mr. Goldberg will work with Goldberg Group Architects staff to develop an affordable and accurate financial plan. By working exclusively with Goldberg Group Architects’ clientele, the total cost of ownership can be controlled. The size of the facility, staffing and operational costs and long-term maintenance requirements are all factors that contribute to the total cost of ownership.

GGA Financial Services, LLC can assist with project budget, staffing and operations, financial projections and options for funding, such as a traditional referendum or revenue-based funding.

Getting “Locked Up” in Muskegon County ADC

October 22, 2015 Articles, Criminal Justice, GGA in the News Comments Off on Getting “Locked Up” in Muskegon County ADC


Have you ever wondered how the whole process of being booked into one of Goldberg Group Architects’ jails works? A reporter recently got a glimpse into that when he became “locked up” inside the newly completed Muskegon County Adult Detention Center. Follow the link below to read about Stephen Kloosterman’s short stay in GGA’s newest facility.

MLive reporter ‘booked’ into new Muskegon County Jail ahead of inmates
By: Stephen Kloosterman, Muskegon Chronicle

Socorro County Project Continues to Progress

September 10, 2015 Criminal Justice, Under Construction Comments Off on Socorro County Project Continues to Progress



GGA’s first project in New Mexico continues to progress as planned with the exterior nearly complete. The walls on the pre-engineered building are up and have the masonry veneer in place. Socorro County’s 96-bed detention facility utilized this pre-engineered building because of tight budget and staffing constraints. The steel cells began being put in place in June and have now all been fitted and secured in place. Central Control is now underway along with many other parts of the interior.


Citizens Tour New Muskegon Co. Jail

August 31, 2015 Articles, Criminal Justice, GGA in the News Comments Off on Citizens Tour New Muskegon Co. Jail


Officials allowed citizens to get a first-hand glimpse of GGA’s newly constructed, 600-bed Muskegon County, MI Detention Center this month. The public was allowed to take a tour of the facility and see what the new, state-of-the-art facility was like in-person.

Below is an article that was posted on mlive.com.

By Heather Lynn Peters

MUSKEGON, MI –  Muskegon County citizens came out in droves on Aug. 22, a beautiful sunny Saturday, to visit a place no one wants to end up, but so many are curious to see: The newly constructed Muskegon County Jail.

The new facility, which is just under 100,000 square feet, is considered a real feather in the cap of Muskegon County Sheriff Dean Roesler.

Roesler, along with past county officials — including former sheriffs, George Jurkas and Bob Carter – fought for years to see a bigger, better facility be built in Muskegon due to a consistent inmate overcrowding problem.

The past years that county officials have spent planning and configuring the new facility have taken its toll, Roesler said, but the end result was worth all the “sleepless nights.”

“We are certainly happy with the outcome of the new jail,” Roesler said, adding that it was nice to see so many citizens come out for the public open house that ran from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.

“It’s been a great turnout so far. It’s been steady all morning. It’s good to see the interest and we’ve had a lot of good questions,” he said.

Read the rest of the story here.