Our fine woodworking division is moving to join our main campus in Farmington, NY. They’re making their home in our Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) building (the first complete CLT in New York State) and in the office/showroom.
The NEWwoodworks crew on CLT raising day this past January.
After a harsh winter in 2015 laid down an overabundance of snow and ice, this team’s shop collapsed. The WWII era bowstring trusses couldn’t take the heavy load. Seeing this as an opportunity to build a new space with all the right materials, as well as bring the team to the main campus, our CLT building came together.
This is the woodworking half of our CLT building before mechanicals and equipment have been loaded.
Today, it’s ducted, sprinklered, wired, and nearly full with all the tools that allow this team to create masterpieces. As they move in, and before the sawdust starts to fly, we thought you might like a sneak-peek at the progress.
Daniel moves some duct work to the latest machine installation.
Charlie & Tony work on installing the cabinetry in the break room of the new shop.
Ed & Steve work to get the planner up and running. Nevermind the handwritten note, they know what they’re doing.
Gediminas works on the upper cabinets for the break room. Yes, our cabinet makers made their own cabinets.
Matt and Jay unpacking and setting up their workstations. We’re excited to welcome the NEWwoodworks designers to our main office where they’re situated right next to our design/built team. Perfect for cross pollination of idea on projects.
Rob looks out of the NEWwoodworks second story windows, which has a clear (and the best) view of the new shop.
A full panorama of the NEWwoodworks half of our new CLT building. They should be making dust in the next few weeks.