Boise Cascade plans new door shop facility in Kansas City

BOISE, Idaho -- Boise Cascade announced the planned addition of its 10th-door shop. Located in Kansas City, this new 150,000 sq. ft. millwork facility is expected to begin production in June 2023.

Boise Cascade’s Building Materials Distribution (BMD) division currently operates nine millwork manufacturing and distribution locations offering pre-hung doors and other products in some of the country’s fastest-growing markets.

The company will continue to partner with well-respected brands such as Therma-Tru featuring Tru-Guard Composite Technology as well as PrismaGuard premium finishing options, Simpson wood doors, and Steves & Sons interior doors.

“We are extremely excited about expanding our door production capabilities in Kansas City. The opening of this new facility demonstrates our ongoing commitment to add value for our customers,” said Jo Barney, vice president, BMD Western Operations. “We believe our partners are best-in-class, and together we are proud to bring top quality doors and the broadest product offerings to the market.”

“The team in Kansas City is excited about the opportunity to offer our customers interior and exterior doors in the near future,” added Pat Miller, Kansas City branch manager. “This expanded product offering will help strengthen partnerships and is a testament to Boise Cascade’s long-term commitment to the market.”

“As we expand our millwork production capabilities in the Kansas City market, we look forward to building on the great relationships that we enjoy with Therma-Tru, Simpson Door Company, and Steves & Sons to bring even more value to our loyal customers,” said Shawn Egan, BMD Western Region Manager. “Along with our key suppliers, we are driven to produce high-quality products, at a competitive price, delivered on time every time.”


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