March 7, 2016 – DKI, North America’s largest disaster restoration contracting organization, today announced its newest addition, National Account Director (NAD) David Holland to its Commercial Solutions division.

David comes to DKI with over 22 years of disaster restoration business development experience at the executive level. As a former national account manager with ServiceMaster Corporate for 14 years, he handled new and existing preferred vendor insurance accounts, such as State Farm, Farmers, MetLife, and others for their franchise network. He also owned and operated his own disaster restoration franchise for six years, as well as, worked in the savings, loan and banking industry for 12 years.

In the last three years, DKI Commercial Solutions (DKICS) has grown from a simple two-man team, into a team of ten bright and committed individuals. Prior to on-boarding David, DKICS added another solid member, Bryn Lopes, who quickly adapted to the DKI environment and transitioned from franchise sales into a national sales director within the commercial division.

Bryn brings to DKI 17 years of home building and remodeling industry knowledge and experience from working in residential painting, framing, drywall, roofing, etc. at a young age, to starting his own painting company, which grew into commercial construction and tenant improvements. From there, Bryn worked for INSTAR, where he helped develop a multi-family and commercial construction sector as well as a national disaster recovery program called Triage.

Each of DKICS’ employees have more than proven their ability to hold strong as a team and develop new, successful business strategies while working a 365-day-a-year demanding job.

“Our focus has been on building a team that fits DKI’s core values with a passion to operate as a team,” said DKICS Vice President of Operations Bill Robinson.

Robinson continued, “We have seen great growth and success over the last few years, and we continue to aspire to be better and stronger. We’re dedicated team players, but without the dedication and support of our incredible network of members, contractors, DKI staff and sponsors, we would not have these successes.”

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