The Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development and Servpro Industries Inc. officials announced today a $6.7 million expansion of the company’s corporate headquarters on Industrial Boulevard in Gallatin.
The expansion is expected to create 90 full-time jobs in Sumner County.
“SERVPRO has been a valued corporate citizen of Gallatin for 25 years, and the company illustrates how existing industries provide a solid foundation for all job creation in the state,” Bill Hagerty, TDEC commissioner, said in a release. “Being able to not only adapt, but grow, in today’s uncertain economic environment is a testament to SERVPRO’s operations and speaks highly of Tennessee’s attractive business climate and quality workforce.”
A provider of fire and water damage restoration services, the Servpro Gallatin campus includes the corporate team, national call center, warehouse, manufacturing facility and franchisee training center. The company’s professional services network consists of more than 1,600 individually owned and operated franchises that respond to property damage emergencies ranging from individual disasters to multi-million-dollar large-loss events.