SAINT JAMES, Mo. -- Cohen Architectural Woodworking has announced the appointment of Nate Cohen to serve as chief financial officer. Cohen will oversee the finances of the company that standardizes, designs and builds custom millwork components and casework for clients nationwide.
Cohen most recently served as a senior project manager and has served in various roles for the family-owned and family-run business.
In addition to his duties at Cohen Architectural Woodworking, Nate Cohen is an entrepreneur, real estate investor and professional woodworker. He won international woodworking competitions in high school for three consecutive years and, at age 19, built chess tables for Jeanne and Rex Sinquefield, founders of the St. Louis Chess Club. His tables were used at the U.S. Chess Championships. Nate’s chess tables can also be found in the St. Louis Cardinals clubhouse and with other organizations.
Cohen Architectural Woodworking standardizes and builds custom millwork components and casework for healthcare, airports, education, retail, transportation, hotels, and more, for new construction, renovation, and disaster reconstruction. The firm has won multiple awards including the Architectural Woodwork Institute’s Award of Excellence for six separate projects, the 2016 Small Business of the Year award from the Rolla Chamber of Commerce. Recently, Phillip Cohen was presented with the 2017 SBA Small Business Person of the Year award for the State of Missouri. See www.cohenwoodworking.com.
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