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Nashville Commercial Real Estate Update: 2021

By | August 19, 2021

Nashville Commercial Real Estate Update

Though the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted Nashville’s previous rapid growth, the city is bouncing back better than ever before in 2021. As more and more major companies are relocating or expanding to Nashville, thousands of jobs will be created over the next few years, along with major commercial developments including housing, […]

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Meet the Team – John White, Lead Technician

By | August 03, 2021

John White, Lead Technician

Everything we do at DPM Care is centered around giving our customers a great experience. The high-quality care we deliver to each of the facilities we serve would not be possible without our amazing team of employees, and we’re so grateful for each one of them.  One of our valued […]

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Introducing DPM Care’s New Nashville Office

By | July 20, 2021

DPM Care Nashville Has Moved!

We’re thrilled to announce that DPM Care’s Nashville team has moved into a new location!  Our company has been growing rapidly, and we decided it was time to invest in a larger space. The new office has a great location in Berry Hill, and since we own the building, we’re […]

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Meet the Manager: Ryan King of Bridgestone Tower

By | July 08, 2021

Meet the Facility Manager - Ryan King

  Property management is never an easy task, but especially not when overseeing a massive facility like Bridgestone Tower. Ryan King, a senior property manager for Highwoods Properties, is responsible for the 510,000 square foot space right in the heart of Nashville. We’re honored to work with so many amazing […]

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5 Strategies for Supporting Your Team’s Mental Health as They Return to Work

By | June 22, 2021

Strategies for Taking Care of Your Team’s Mental Health

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of emphasis has been placed on keeping our employees and customers physically healthy and safe. But the pandemic has created a mental health impact too, as many Americans have experienced increased anxiety during the past year. If you’re a business owner or leader, then […]

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3 Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality in Your Facility

By | June 03, 2021

As we predicted before the year began, indoor air quality is a hot issue this year as companies work to combat COVID-19 and other airborne illnesses. But facility air quality isn’t just a COVID-related issue (or, at least it shouldn’t be).  Instead, air quality is an issue that can affect […]

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Then & Now: How COVID-19 Protocols Have Changed in the Past Year

By | May 18, 2021

Then & Now: How COVID-19 Protocols Have Changed in the Past Year

  What a difference a year makes. At this time in 2020, we were in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. We were still learning about the virus, how it is transmitted and what to do to mitigate it around our businesses. And many companies had moved to work-from-home […]

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Does Surface Cleaning Still Matter for Businesses?

By | May 04, 2021

Surface Cleaning for businesses and why it still matters

  Since March 2020, facilities have been cleaning and disinfecting every surface in sight in order to fend off COVID-19. But now, the Centers for Disease Control is saying that transmission of the virus is low when it comes to surfaces.  So, should you still be so laser-focused on cleaning […]

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What’s the Best Way to Remove Social Distancing Stickers from Flooring?

By | April 20, 2021

Removing social distance stickers from flooring

One of the unintended consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic has been teaching all of us exactly what six feet looks like when it comes to social distancing.  But if your business applied social distancing stickers to flooring to help your employees or customers remember to stay apart, it may not […]

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How (and When) Some Tennessee Businesses Plan to Bring Employees Back to the Office

By | April 08, 2021

How (and When) Some Tennessee Businesses Plan to Bring Employees Back to the Office

  Employee reticence, consistent enforcement of rules and maintaining social distancing––these are among the biggest challenges facing DPM clients as they move toward bringing employees back to work in facilities throughout Tennessee.  Those are some of the results of an unscientific and informal survey we conducted in the last month. […]

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