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Clayton Home Building Group has announced a multi-phase renovation at its Clayton Nashville homebuilding facility.
The first phase will focus on improvements to the breakroom, expanding from 1,500 square feet to about 3,500 square feet with seating for 180 team members. Next phases will include updates to the training room and frame shop, with additional new features like upgraded lighting, a dust mitigation system and overhead cranes.
The announcement was made during a brief Jan. 21 event at the home building facility. Clayton Nashville and its 225 team members gathered with community business leaders and officials including Mayor Donald Street, Nashville Chamber of Commerce President Mary Grace Daughtridge, Nash County Commissioner Robbie Davis, Nash County sheriff’s deputies Trey Barnette of the Fields and Cooper law firm, Boys & Girls Club CEO Ron Green and Dylan Bunch of Providence Bank.
“We believe the first step in providing a world-class experience for our customers is providing a world-class experience for our team members,” said Clayton Home Building Group Vice President of Operations Ronny Robertson. “We are so thankful for the support of this community, and we are excited to provide our Nashville team members with improvements that promote a happier, healthier work environment.”
Over the last three years, Clayton Home Building Group has committed to updating its 40 home building facilities nationwide for its team members. Clayton Athens, located in Athens, Texas, was the first major overhaul and has served as a benchmark for the company’s team member-focused approach.
Clayton Nashville is one of multiple home building multiple home building facilities Clayton Home Building Group plans to remodel or expand in 2019.
Clayton bills itself as one of the nation’s leading off-site homebuilders and offers traditional site-built homes and prefabricated housing, including modular homes, manufactured homes, tiny homes, college dormitories, military barracks and apartments.