A limited number of ala carte tickets have become available for a plant tour of K&Z Cabinets on March 22. The tour, which departs from the Pasadena Convention Center, is part of the 2016 Cabinets & Closets Conference. These new tickets are now available separately. The $35 early bird ticket price ( $45 after 2/26/16) includes round-trip bus transportation to K&Z Cabinet Company, and a reception afterward.
One of southern California's largest casework manufacturers with more than 85 employees, K&Z Cabinets is also one of the most efficient producers, with state-of-the-art technology and plant that employs best production practices. Demonstrating steady growth since its beginnings in 1964, K&Z Cabinets has completed well over 4,000 projects, including world-class medical, commercial and educational facilities.
Some of K&Z's most noteworthy projects include: the Nursing Tower at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Beverly Hills; Rand Corporate Headquarters in Santa Monica; and significant projects for USC, UCLA, UCSB and numerous K-12 schools in the Los Angeles and Anaheim Unified School Districts.
The tour begins at the conclusion of the Cabinets & Closets Conference Tracks, March 22, at 3:15 p.m. It will return to the Pasadena Convention Center for a reception from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. (Reception only tickets are $25; and $35 after 2/26/16.)
In 1978, as the business outgrew its South El Monte location, it was relocated to its current facility in Ontario, California, where the business is led by Dennis Chan, who began as an estimator with K&Z in 1987. He was promoted to Vice President in 1995 and became owner and President in 1998. Mike Twyford, Vice President, joined the company in 1980. He oversees all of K&Z's operations, from in-house manufacturing to outside installation. Among current projects are the Business and Humanities Buildings at San Diego City College in San Diego, the Fort Irwin Replacement Hospital in Fort Irwin and the Heritage Fields K-8 School in Irvine, CA. Read more.....
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