Within a day's drive of two-thirds of the population of the United States, Lexington is strategically located at the intersection of Interstates 64 and 75 in Fayette County, Kentucky. Lexington is accessible by air with approximately 100 direct and nonstop flights.

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Dale Howard

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Ronnie Bentley

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Steven Schmidt

Business Development - Lexington

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Corey Stevenson

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Thomas Blethen

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Renny Ross

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The City of Lexington

Lexington was founded in 1775, seventeen years before Kentucky became a state. William McConnell and a group of frontier explorers were camped at a natural spring when word came from nearby Fort Boonesborough that the first battle of the American Revolution had been fought in Lexington, Massachusetts. In honor of the battle, the group named their site “Lexington.” By 1820, Lexington, Kentucky, was one of the largest and wealthiest towns west of the Allegheny Mountains. So cultured was its lifestyle; our city soon gained the nickname “Athens of the West.”

Traditional products of the area include horses, bourbon, tobacco, and handcrafts, and an increasing diversity of goods and services contribute to a healthy economy. The Council of State Governments, the National Tour Association and the Association of Retail Travel Agents are national organizations that are headquartered in Lexington. Also, The National Horse Center at the Kentucky Horse Park is the national headquarters for more than 30 equine associations.

As you might expect in the Horse Capital of the World, we have horses! But in Lexington’s Bluegrass Region, there are also hundreds of exciting things to do, see and experience. Lexington is Kentucky’s centerpiece, offering all the best Kentucky has to offer. Locals know it: Lexington is a vibrant city with Southern charm and hospitality. We honor our heritage of horses, bourbon, and history.

The DC Elevator Headquarters

You’ll find our new National headquarters right off Old Frankfort Pike, and less than a mile from New Circle Road. With over 16,000 square feet on two levels, sitting on over 2.5 acres of land, it has enough room to grow for the next forty years. From here, we serve our customers in all matters of vertical transportation. And we’ll shape the future of the business – and to a degree the industry – as we train and grow the next generation of elevator technicians, project managers, and company leadership – all in our walls.

We are looking forward to your visit to Lexington; please contact us to schedule a meeting so we can get to know you.