In this article from The Portager, Dan Joy, executive vice president and assistant to the president, talks about Davey’s expansion plans.
The Davey Tree Expert Company has begun construction on a 180-acre research and training campus in Kent, part of a major expansion of the company’s corporate headquarters.
Davey already revealed one phase of the expansion in November. This next development will be more visible and accessible to the public, replacing the Franklin Elementary School and Oak Knolls Golf Course with an arboretum and other amenities.
On Feb. 21, Dan Joy, executive vice president and assistant to the president at Davey Tree, gave a presentation to the Kent Rotary Club about the progress of the SEED campus, which stands for Science, Employee Education and Development.
To read Dan’s comments, click here.