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Divisions Maintenance Group Relocates HQ To Ohio For Workforce, Location, and Exposure
Ohio offers access to a diverse and talented applicant pool, a central location to customers and service providers, and increases Divisions’ visibility to the community
Company Name: Divisions Maintenance Group (DMG)
Industry Sector: Other
Company Profile: Divisions Maintenance Group (DMG), founded in 1999, provides facility maintenance to tens of thousands of retail chains, medical facilities, and distribution and fulfillment centers across the country.
Company Website: www.divisionsmg.com
Type of Project: New Location
- Jobs committed: 256
- Jobs retained: 393
Capital Investment: $4,800,000
Timetable: The official headquarters relocation date is tentatively set for Fall 2022.
DMG is headquartered in Newport, Kentucky, but has outgrown its space after years of steady growth and expansion. It needs to relocate to somewhere that allows Divisions to continue growing and offers access to a diverse and talented applicant pool, is central to customers and service providers, and increases Divisions’ visibility to the community.
DMG is moving its headquarters into The Foundry building in downtown Cincinnati. The Foundry provides DMG with exceptional brand exposure and public transportation, among other benefits, presenting the organization with new opportunities to innovate and grow while attracting and retaining top talent in the Cincinnati region.
Ohio is home to a large and dynamic talent pool. The state ranks in the top 10 U.S. states for competitive labor environment and leading workforce development programs. Ohio is also a well-established base for companies moving goods around the globe, being just a one-day drive from more than 60 percent of U.S. and Canadian populations. Major cities, including Chicago, New York City, and Toronto, are easily accessible via air, rail, and road.
Formerly home to Macy’s, the Foundry is right across from Fountain Square at the 5th and Vine streets in downtown Cincinnati. DMG will lease 83,000 square feet on the 3rd and 4th floors.
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