Divisions Maintenance Group Expanding With New Offices

by Nate Hunter

Newport, KY — Divisions Maintenance Group has experienced significant growth in 2011 with the opening of five new offices and three more planned for 2012.


Newport, KY — Divisions Maintenance Group, a provider of facilities maintenance services, has experienced significant growth in 2011 with the opening of five new offices: Tulsa, Okla.; Sacramento, Calif.; Los Angeles; Raleigh, N.C.; and Seattle. Plans are also in place for the opening of three additional offices in first quarter 2012: Richmond, Va.; Charlotte, N.C.; and Las Vegas.

Headquartered in Newport, Ky., Divisions provides national coverage for services including snow removal, landscaping, parking lot maintenance, plumbing, electrical and general construction. The company’s clients are primarily retailers and property management companies.

CEO Gary Mitchell views the growth as a natural extension of the company’s commitment to customer service and quality national coverage. “When we open a new office,” he says, “it’s because the needs of our clients are demanding it.”

“On the retailer side of the equation, we understand that our clients’ internal operating systems are very lean,” says Mitchell. “They don’t have the staff or the budgets they’ve historically been accustomed to. We have to help them do more with less. Divisions has been able to provide the eyes and ears on the properties that retailers just don’t have the manpower for these days. We are constantly looking for new ways to give them visibility on their sites.”

“We are also developing some really exciting new technology that helps them see the big picture of their spending across their entire portfolio of properties. The goal is to help them allocate their dollars in the most effective ways.”

Founded in 1999, Divisions has quickly become a national leader in the facilities maintenance industry. Divisions’ expert team of facility management professionals and network of certified providers keeps properties running at their peak.





SOURCE: Divisions Maintenance Group

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