Midtown Cabinetry & Millwork reopens former Westmoreland Cabinetry plant in Memphis
January 1, 2019 | 1:22 am CST
Ron Scott, general manager of Midtown Cabinetry & Millwork, Memphis.

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Midtown Cabinetry & Millwork recently opened a 16,000-square-foot plant in Memphis, offering high-end custom cabinetry and woodwork to homeowners, builders, designers, architects and decorators.
The operation is run by industry veteran Ron Scott, who serves as general manager. Scott had retired after running his own cabinet shop in Collierville, Tenn., for more than 15 years, but says the opportunity to manage this new business was too good to pass up.
“There is a great need for fine custom millwork in Memphis,” said Scott. “Memphians take great pride in their homes – and we want that pride to be reflected in the quality and finishes of the woodwork throughout their living spaces.”
Charlie Medlin, CNC Operator
Midtown Cabinetry & Millwork purchased the assets of the previous cabinet business in that space, Westmoreland Cabinetry, a firm that had successfully provided custom cabinetry and quality craftsmanship since 2002. Midtown Cabinetry & Millwork was also able to retain key employees. Team members include Andrew Glenn, shop manager and Charlie Medlin, CNC operator. 
“We want to continue their tradition of excellence while also expanding our range of offerings,” says Scott. “Whether a customer needs a single vanity, an entire house full of custom cabinetry, or any custom millwork, we can help.” 
Midtown Cabinetry & Millwork creates custom millwork for homes, including kitchen, bathroom and lifestyle cabinets. Located in the heart of Memphis at 54 Flicker Street, the shop offers the ability to customize each project from material selection to unique style and finishes to elevate a home’s appearance and functionality. http://www.midtownmill.com

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