Modern Woodcrafts sold to a private firm

Millwork at a Louis Vitton store.

Photo By Modern Woodcrafts

PLAINVILLE, Conn. — Modern Woodcrafts, an architectural millwork company based in Plainville, Connecticut, was sold March 3 to a private firm, according to the mergers and acquisitions advisor who brokered the deal.

Generational Equity, a mergers and acquisitions advisor for privately held businesses headquartered in Dallas, said its client Modern Woodcrafts LLC was sold to an unnamed private investor.

The name of the buy and the other details of the deal were not released.

Modern Woodcrafts specializes in woodwork designs to contractors remodeling high-end commercial buildings. The company has been around for more than 60 years and has work featured in several skyscraper buildings in New York City.



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