Recent News

Peale Museum Roof Wins Award: Major Projects Division and Historic Properties Coordinate Roof Replacement

Earlier this month DGS contractor, Ruff Roofers, received an award from the Building Congress & Exchange for the design and execution of roof repairs on the Peale Museum.

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Facilities Completes Police Station Renovation

The Western District Police Station 2nd floor demolition and renovation concluded in November 2018.

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Congratulations Lynette Svododa: DGS' December Employee of the Month

Congratulations to the Fleet Division’s Lynette Svododa, Analyst and Programmer, for being named DGS’ December 2018 Employee of the Month! Lynette has been with DGS for three years.

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Congratulations Olivia Baker: DGS’ November 2018 Employee of the Month

Congratulations to Olivia Baker on being named DGS’ November 2018 Employee of the Month!

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DGS joins DOT in snow preparedness event

This November, DOT hosted a press conference with Mayor Pugh and multiple city agencies to update the public on the city-wide preparation for potential snow events this winter.

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DGS Day of Service: Fall 2018

In early November, DGS staff volunteered at the Weinberg Housing and Resource Center for our annual day of service.

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Major Projects Spearheads Jury Room Upgrade

On November 27th, Maryland Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbara and Mayor Catherine Pugh unveiled the new jury room at Mitchell Courthouse.

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Jury Room Unveiling

DGS Hits First Paperless Milestone

November marked the beginning of DGS’ invoicing process going fully paperless.

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Congratulations Chuck Knecht: DGS’ October 2018 Employee of the Month

Congratulations to Chuck Knecht, the DGS October 2018 Employee of the Month!

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Facilities Maintenance Installs First Changing Table in City Hall

Earlier this October, the City Council unanimously passed a “Diaper Changing Bill” that will require that changing tables be accessible within City buildings.

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