Welcome to the American Millwork Newsletter! In this issue, we’ll be talking about some of the projects we’ve been working on and sharing with you a little bit about our history of innovation and growth.
American Millwork has grown considerably since our headquarters moved to Emmaus, PA a decade ago. We’ve tripled in size, increased from 18 employees to 62 and have maintained sustainable growth at a pace of 15% year over year. American Millwork has always embraced new technologies and methods to deliver the very best custom architectural millwork and casework. That innovation has paid off.
Late last year, American Millwork was featured in Design Solutions Magazine for our role in restoring the prestigious Bayhead Yacht Club. The project included the fabrication and installation of extensive interior woodwork for a 15,000-square foot ballroom that had been ravaged by Hurricane Sandy—a project that was both intense and inspirational. We were also recently recognized with a Woodworking Machinery Industry Association (WMIA) award nomination for our Commitment to Excellence through Technology.
As our industry continues to evolve, American Millwork remains committed to promoting knowledge-sharing and providing leadership in the wider woodworking community. Since 2012, company president and CEO, George Reitz, has served as president of the New Jersey chapter of the Architecture Woodwork Institute, an international nonprofit organization that establishes industry quality standards. Reitz was proud to lead the New Jersey chapter to its recognition as Distinguished Chapter of the Year in 2016.
We look forward to sustaining all this momentum in the years ahead and serving our customers with leading-edge technologies to exceed the highest quality standards.