D.G. Meyer Inc… Springing Forward

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Father Lopez- Chiller on Truck

Job Highlights Spring, with its balmy weather and longer days,  is already a busy season for D.G. Meyer Inc. The bright blue Florida skies provide a fitting frame for a collage of Job Photos from the past few weeks… In the photo above, a unit is being placed on the roof of the newly constructed Halifax Humane Society building on LPGA Blvd. This is part of a 3.6 million dollar renovation on the fifty year […]

Orange & Blue…

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Nissan Cargo DGM

The DGM Fleet For well over half a century, orange trucks with royal blue lettering have been a commonplace sight in Daytona Beach and surrounding areas.  The company Don Meyer worked for from 1952 until it was sold in 1986—D.W. Browning—used the distinctive orange/blue color scheme on their trucks. When D. G. Meyer Inc. became a reality, Don decided to use that same color combination. Not only as a salute to the company that got […]

Daytona State College— Building 230 Project

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A Theatrical Transformation… Among the projects currently in the works at D.G. Meyer Inc. is the remodel of Building 230 (Goddard Performance Hall) at Daytona State College. It is a prime example of what a difference reimagining, renovating and updating an existing building can make. Take a photographic trip with us through some of the process: Building 230 (click on images to open gallery) What an amazing transformation already. I will be sure to add […]

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

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The Most Wonderful Time

D.G. Meyer Inc. Wishing the Central FL Community Happy Holidays As we near the end of a very busy year, we at D.G. Meyer Inc. want to take the time to reflect back on our accomplishments and challenges, our blessings and our shortcomings during the last twelve months. It has been a year of making changes and adjustments—of trying to come to terms with the loss of our founder, Donald Meyer—and reasserting our dedication to […]

Restoring History in Daytona Beach

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D.G. Meyer Proud to be Part of Streamline Project   Called by some “The Birthplace of NASCAR”, the historic Streamline Hotel which initially opened at 140 S. Atlantic Ave. in Daytona Beach, FL in 1941, is undergoing a facelift. The renovation of this legendary lodging is the culmination of local businessman Eddie Hennessy’s vision. Years of neglect had left the building in sad condition, and the renovations and repairs required to restore this landmark to […]