J&J Maintenance (doing business as J&J Worldwide Services) is a government contractor providing base operation and support services -- including housekeeping, repair and construction, and facility operations -- for the US government. The company also provides military housing maintenance and medical facility operation, maintenance, and repair services. It owns about 50 service centers located throughout the US. Contracts have included Department of Defense facilities, the US Air Force Academy, and Fort Riley. J&J Maintenance was established in 1970 by two Js: James Lee Jr. and Johnny Voudouris (chairman and CEO).
In mid-2008, J&J Maintenance landed a $97 million contract with the US Army for providing construction and facility services. The company has been known to help out with disaster relief as well: in 2005, it was hired by the Federal Emergency Management Agency to clean and remove debris from the Superdome after Hurricane Katrina. – less