Fire Blocks developer seeks skilled workers


Windsor Construction Services, LLC, the developer of the Fire Blocks district in Dayton, is seeking local skilled tradesmen.

The company needs skilled workers in framing, plumbing, electrical and heating, ventilation and air-conditioning for jobs in the Fire Blocks area

Trades licenses are not required, Windsor said in a release.

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Individuals interested in applying may contact David Neal at david.neal@thewindsorcompanies.com or by visiting the office at 124 E Third St, Suite 100.

The Windsor Group says it has been working on the Huffman Lofts, Elks Lofts and 124 Buildings since taking over the Fire Blocks development this past summer.

RELATEDSkilled trades are becoming lost arts 

New roofs, updated plumbing and HVAC improvements have already been made, the company said.

The district is also welcoming corporate leasing inquiries.



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