Division’s maintenance group overtakes Newport headquarters and moves to former Macy’s in Cinci



Divisions Maintenance group is moving its headquarters from the oversized space in Newport to The Foundry building, which once housed Macy’s in downtown Cincinnati.

After years of steady growth and expansion in Newport, DMG has grown beyond its space.

“The Foundry gives us the opportunity to innovate, grow and continue to recruit the best talents to support our growth. We sincerely thank Governor DeWine, Mayor Cranley, Steve Leeper of 3CDC, JobsOhio and many others for their continued support and guidance as we move into our new space, ”said DMG Founder and CEO Gary Mitchell.

DMG in Newport

DMG, founded in 1999, provides facility maintenance services to retail chains, distribution and fulfillment centers across the country. The company surpassed $ 433 million in revenue in the last fiscal year, a 39% jump from the previous year.

DMG is also on a hiring wave, bringing in dozens of new software and data engineers and account managers. The past few years have been a time of incredible growth for the company, both at headquarters and in remote satellite offices.

“The foundry has been renovated to attract fast growing companies like Divisions Maintenance Group, which will create more than 250 well-paying jobs and add to the vibrancy of downtown Cincinnati,” said Ohio Governor Mike DeWine.

The foundry is located directly across from Fountain Square at the intersection of 5th and Vine streets in downtown Cincinnati. DMG will lease 83,000 square feet on the 3rd and 4th floors.

Employees will also have access to a new roof terrace. The official date for the move of the head office is tentatively set for fall 2022.

The Foundry, Downtown Cincinnati

The foundry provides DMG with brand and transit exposure, among other benefits, providing the organization with new opportunities for innovation and growth, while attracting and retaining the best talent in the Cincinnati area.

3CDC, commonly known as Cincinnati Center City Development Corp., is developing The Foundry after acquiring it in 2019. The project was approved for a Department of Development Job Creation Tax Credit. Ohio, and The Foundry was remodeled with help from JobsOhio’s Ohio Site Inventory Program.

“The addition of Divisions Maintenance Group to the development of The Foundry is an important milestone for the project, the urban core of Cincinnati and the city as a whole,” said Steve Leeper, president and CEO of 3CDC.



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