The State of Georgia established GCI in 1960 as a self-sufficient authority and public corporation, under the Department of Corrections.


GCI began manufacturing inmate garments and bedding, institutional and office furniture, and cleaning chemicals in 1960. Over the years, we expanded our service lines to include embroidery, screen printing, reupholstery, engraving, optical, and framing services.


Because state inmates are used in the manufacture of our goods, we are restricted to selling only to government agencies. To compete with private vendors, GCI provides comparable name brand quality at cost effective prices.


In 1993, GCI partnered with Georgia Building Authority in a new venture to design and furnish the entire 40 floors of the #2 Peachtree Building with modular work stations. As a result, GCI developed the expertise and resources needed to become a leading provider of modular furniture to the government sector in Georgia. 




Today, designing and installing innovative workspace solutions complements our product lines and services. From concept to completion, GCI offers professional CAD design services, quality products, and expert installation at competitive prices to agencies and institutions looking to remodel, expand, or construct new facilities. 


Our workspace solutions customers include: