J. Robert Jones, Jr., PE, LLC
1102 Pennick Road
Brunswick, Georgia 31525
Law Enforcement Training Facility Design Consultant
Retired Engineer with 29 Years at the US Department of Homeland Security, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Facilities Management Division, Glynco, Georgia
Project Engineer including 6 years as Chief of Design and Construction
3 years as Real Property Officer
Planning, Design, Construction, Operation and Maintenance
Georgia, South Carolina, Maryland, Arizona and New Mexico
Private Sector Design Consultant for multiple Law Enforcement Training projects in Georgia, Florida, Kansas, Texas and Colorado
The design team includes engineers, architects and other subject matter experts with extensive experience in training law enforcement officers.
When are faced with a project of a lifetime, why not take advantage of
experience and lessons learned from similar projects and save time, and make
the most of your available funds and resources. The savings from lessons learned
will pay for itself!
29 Years of experience at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers, Glynco
Georgia, Maryland, New Mexico, Arizona and South Carolina where
each site was developed from abandoned existing facilities and converted to
fully functional Law Enforcement training facilities.
Having experienced most of the mistakes that can be made in projects related
to design, construction, maintenance and operation of Law Enforcement training
facilities, you can benefit from lessons learned.
"I may not know what you want or need but I can tell you with examples
what you don't want!"
Experience in planning, estimating, budgeting, design (both in-house
and A-E), construction, operation, and maintenance of law enforcement
training facilities including driver training, firing ranges (indoor and
outdoor), physical training, arson and explosives training, general
classrooms, special tactical venues, as well as general administrative
and operational support facilities.
Understanding how facilities used for law enforcement training
differ from standard commercial buildings and understanding the
difference between law enforcement training experts and design
professionals eliminates costly communication mistakes.
Avoid the TWO most expensive and common mistakes/decisions
made during design.