Justice

Energy and multi-technical services to support the work of the justice system

A high performing justice system is essential in society to keep people safe. Highly effective communication and security systems are particularly critical for successful operations, as is occupant comfort.

Whether it be in courts, prisons or the offices of policy makers, ENGIE has technology and efficiency driven solutions to support the work of the justice system.

Our broad array of technical services can address energy needs, along with networking, control systems, communications and data, HVAC, refrigeration, security, fire protection, professional AV solutions and digital signage.

Our work with organisations such as Ravenhall Prison has provided key insight into the specialised needs of the justice sector. In this project, we worked within the extreme security protocols to design and install an AV system with encrypted video signals and prisoner-proof display enclosures for in-cell TVs. We also provide HVAC, fire protection, electrical, data and communications, security and audio visual building services for Victoria Police, Melbourne Correctional Centre, Federal Family Courts and Court Services Victoria.

ENGIE provides a single and convenient source, ensuring best design, efficient installation and optimised management. Our innovative systems are fully backed with world-class customer service and maintenance support throughout Australia and New Zealand.

Importantly, we are also setting the standard in environmental responsibility. We offer energy supply and management solutions, including supply of renewable energy, batteries and power purchase agreements to help the justice system transition to low-carbon and reduce their environmental impact.

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