We are excited to have completed our move to St. Johns, beginning the next chapter in The Joinery story. Please come visit us Monday thru Saturday 10 – 6 or Sunday 11 – 5. With twice as much manufacturing space, our team of craftspeople have been busy making it their home.
Our new showroom and woodshop in St. Johns. Scroll down to see the journey to get here.
To commemorate one of the many places and things we loved about Woodstock, we took a group visit to Cloud City ice cream.
Before the move started we took a company trip to see our new space including a tour of the St. Johns neighborhood.
Our shopforeman and Operations Supervisor getting dusty clearing out the woodshop for our future.
Strategizing the woodshop layout was no easy task. It took many rolls of tape, sheets of cardboard, and hours walking thru it with our builders.
The showroom also got in on the demolition side of things.
Our woodshop machine maintenance duo worked so hard to create the space our team could move into. Here is just one of the pieces of metal they got to play with during the move.
This is the view from our assembly area out towards Forest Park in the middle of August.
New ducting fun. This is just one of many pieces we received that week.
Planning out the woodshop layout with our machine footprints
And then sometimes after a long day, some fun in old ducting seems like a good idea.
Inventoring and purging items was a time consuming but important part of the moving process.
Our Woodstock location during the move.
One of the last truck loads of woodshop items included our lunch table and chairs.
Setting up a new work space for the table team.
Our team came together to make this move happen. Here is just one moment of cross departmental support.
New windows being installed in our new showroom.
The exteiror of our building was updated with new cladding to ensure that we are preppared for Oregon rain.
The showroom uplift is almost complete with new lights and painted walls.
The woodshop back in production.
These set of cases just finished up in our new woodshop and it feels as though we are back at home but better.