News
01.20.2010
Wood
St. Aloysius Church by Erdy McHenry Architecture with Unadilla.
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CUSTOM FABRICATION/
CARPENTRY

Ace Styline
1747 West Carroll Ave., Chicago, IL;
312-942-0152
www.acestyline.com

Allegheny Millwork
104 Commerce Blvd.,
Lawrence, PA;
412-873-8700
www.alleghenymillwork.com

Architectural Woodwork Industries
1616 Walnut St., Philadelphia; 215-546-6645
www.awin.net

CKS Architectural Millwork
2408 Reichard St., Durham, NC;
919-477-6318
www.cksdesignstudio.com

D. Reis Contracting
327 Sagamore Ave.,
Mineola, NY;
516-248-5676
www.dreiscontracting.com

Eastern Millwork, Inc. (EMI)
18 Chapel Ave., Jersey City, NJ;
800-922-4364
www.easterncompanies.com

Fabio Salvatori Woodworking
63 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn; www.fabio-salvatori.com

Fetzer Architectural Woodwork
6223 W. Double Eagle Cir.,
Salt Lake City, UT;
801-484-6103
www.fetzersinc.com

Molba Construction
392 Liberty St., Little Ferry, NH;
201-488-6555
www.molbaconstruction.com

Nova Remodeling
65-35 Yellowstone Blvd.,
Forest Hills, NY

RB Woodcraft
1860 Erie Blvd. East,
Syracuse, NY;
315-474-2429
www.rbwoodcraft.com

S&S Moulding
309 Wavel St., Syracuse, NY; 315-437-7759
www.ssmoulding.com

Terminal Millwork
10 Erie Blvd., Albany, NY;
518-465-7318
www.tmiwoodwork.com

Unadilla Laminated Products
18 Clifton St., Unadilla, NY; 607-369-9341
www.unalam.com


SUPPLIERS

Bamboo Mountain
110 Pacific Ave.,
San Francisco, CA;
415-839-6933
www.bamboomountain.com

Bettencourt Green Building Supplies
75 Freeman St., Brooklyn;
718-218-6367
www.bettencourtwood.com

Hokusan/JACARANDA
16301 NW 15th Ave.,
Miami, FL;
305-621-4242
www.hoxan.co.jp

Mensch Mill & Lumber Corp.
35-20 College Point Blvd., Flushing, NY;
718-359-7500
www.menschmill.com

Smith + Fong Plyboo
866-835-9859
www.plyboo.com

Vixen Hill Manufacturing
69 East Main St.,
Elverson, PA;
610-286-0909
www.vixenhill.com


Beach House by Alexander Gorlin with D. Reis Contracting (left) EMPAC by Grimshaw with AWI and Terminal Millwork
Michael Moran, Peter Aaron/ESTO

Ace Styline is a very professional company that strictly follows AWI standards. They have a large, efficient shop and install all over the country. These are the guys to use if you’re looking for low drama and someone willing to help solve problems.”
Rhoda Kennedy
Deborah Berke Architects

EMI brought a high level of craftsmanship and precision to the millwork on the New York Law School project. There are 12 classrooms and a large auditorium with Socratic seating, all with different radii requiring custom desk installation. EMI was able to provide quality shop drawings that required limited revisions, and all components of millwork were tracked with barcodes to facilitate craftsmanship and a high level of coordination with other trades.”
David O'Neil
BKSK Architects

“Our dialogue with Fetzer on the millwork in Alice Tully Hall was very collaborative and incredibly rewarding. They have a young team of engineers and were really able to assist us on a challenging project. They could have pulled back and covered their tracks when it got hard but instead they engaged with every step from fabrication to assembly.”
Anthony Saby
Diller Scofidio + Renfro

“The guy that engineered the roof of St. Aloysius Church is Daniel Tully out of Santa Fe. He patented this technology in the late ‘70s. No one’s used it in 20 years. It’s a hyperbolic paraboloid structure with wooden beams that outline a frame topped by three layers of plywood. Unadilla Laminated Structures fabricated it as a monolithic structure in their shop in upstate New York, which looks like a big skateboard park. Then they cut it apart, shipped it to the site, and reassembled it.”
Scott Erdy
Erdy McHenry Architecture