Welcome to Tennessee GM employees!
We are glad you’re here!
Have you recently relocated with GM to the Spring Hill area?
Are you currently renting but would like to own your own home?
Are you concerned about qualifying for a loan or that you don’t have enough for a down payment?
If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above, we are here to help!
One of our Veritas Realtors, Carlos Taylor, not only lives in Spring Hill, but is also an employee at the GM plant. Carlos has a heart to help people achieve their dream of home ownership and he loves nothing more than helping his GM family.
Carlos Taylor is truly your Spring Hill and surrounding areas real estate expert. Since Carlos is employed full time at GM, our team also works closely with his clients to be sure they received the best service and a smooth transaction from start to finish.
Contact us today to see how we can help.
What we offer to GM Transfer families:
A guided tour of the area showing specific neighborhoods, schools, restaurants and local attractions
An analysis of possible rental properties
A comparative market analysis to determine current market value for current home owners
Spring Hill, TN Industry Growth
through GM Saturn Plant
In 1990, the arrival of the GM Saturn Plant turned the primarily agricultural town to one of manufacturing and the influx of new people changed the small, rural town into a growing city. The Saturn Plant became an anchor to Spring Hill’s economy. In 2007-2009, at the onset of the US recession, GM shifted some of the manufacturing products to other facilities and Spring Hill felt the effects as most of the plant sat dormant for years.
In 2015, GM announced the reopening of the entire plant, bringing jobs and breathing life back into the city. The town was revived and once again, began to grow and expand rapidly.
Spring Hill Manufacturing is the largest GM facility in North America. The manufacturing facility sits on 2,100 acres with 900 of those acres dedicated to farming. An additional 100 acres are dedicated to a Wildlife habit, inhibiting wetland and native grasses. GM Spring Hill’s wildlife area has received Gold recognition and certification from the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC).
While GM may be the largest employer in Spring Hill, it is certainly not the only employer. Abundant retailers, part and product suppliers, schools and much more are offer residents ample employment opportunities. Spring Hill is home to many local merchants and values the charming small town feel they give to the community.
GM Plant Location
GM IN THE NEWS
In January 2019, GM invested $22 million at its Spring Hill, Tennessee manufacturing complex enabling the engine plant to build 6.2L V-8 engines with GM’s advanced Dynamic Fuel Management technology. As part of its bigger picture and future planning, GM has slowed production and closed plants in other states, but this is not the case for GM Spring Hill. Continued growth is projected as GM narrows its focus to producing a handful of high demand vehicles honing new technology and advanced safety features. The newest “baby” on the block is the Cadillac Crossover which is slated to be available by spring 2019. GM employs more than 3,000 residents and as production in Spring Hill continues to grow, more and more GM families are relocating to Spring Hill and the surrounding areas and happy to be part of a thriving company and community
Spring Hill Manufacturing has won the ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry six times. This challenge is a global call-to-action for industrial sites to reduce their energy intensity by 10 percent within 5 years. Just a few fun facts about GM Spring Hill:
- Since 1996, Spring Hill has produced nearly 4.5 million vehicles
- Since 1990, nearly 6 million engines have been produced
- In 2018, GM/Spring Hill was awarded the Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Award for Sustainable Performance
- 2017, GM Spring Hill was awarded TVA Energy Right Solutions for Top Performer in Energy Efficiency
Clearly GM, Spring Hill residents and many people in the surrounding areas, work together to impact the success of both the company and the economy of small town Tennessee.
Spring Hill, Tennessee
Situated within both Williamson and Maury counties, Spring Hill covers approximately 28.5 square miles and is located 35 miles south of Nashville, TN. The cities of Thompson’s Station in Williamson County and Columbia in Maury County border Spring Hill to the south and north respectively.
Spring Hill’s population began to increase in 2000 and continues to grow as this once small town develops into a thriving city. As of the 2018 Special Census, the population now stands at 40,436. Spring Hill is projected to grow by another 78% from 2010 to 2030. While growth presents great challenges for Spring Hill, it also generates new opportunities for economic expansion, community development, and quality of life improvements for current and future residents. It’s one of Tennessee’s best places to work, live and play.
Spring Hill, TN Community Info
Other Counties & Cities Near GM Plant
Columbia in Maury County, TN
Check out the nearby city of Columbia, TN in Maury county, population 35,000 and still growing. Stop in for a bite and enjoy some live music at Puckett’s, Bistro 822 and other local favorites. Take a tour of President James K. Polk’s home and browse through the local art district. There is plenty to do and see in the sweet southern town. And you absolutely do not want to miss Mule Day!
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Chapel Hill in Marshall County, TN
Nature abounds in the charming and peaceful part of Tennessee. Henry Horton State Park offers a wide range of activities and serene spots. From the Governor’s Table Restaurant at the Inn to the Trap and Skeet range, no one can feel left out at this park. Hiking, swimming, golfing, sport shooting, fishing, and more are all available at this park.
SPRING HILL REAL ESTATE
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