MESA, Ariz. - EuroContempo Cabinetry LLC is investing more than $10 million to build a 72,000-square-foot high-tech manufacturing facility in Mesa, Arizona. With the expansion, the company plans to add 40 jobs over the next three years. The plant is now open.

Company founder Mark Storey said the Gilbert, Arizona-based company's recent success and increasing orders led to the decision to expand to a larger facility in nearby Mesa. Founded in October 2016 EuroContempo Cabinetry produces residential and commercial cabinetry, including kitchen cabinets, bath vanities, closets and garage storage solutions, in a variety of colors, textures and edge treatments, including laser edgebanding.

The company has already invested in additional equipment for the new plant, including an Intellistore automated material handling system, added Lisa Storey.

“We, at EuroContempo Cabinetry are thrilled to offer and bring to the Phoenix Metro area the latest trends in cabinet manufacturing,”   Mark Storey said. “We are excited to work with the City of Mesa and feel Mesa is a great location for growth and expansion. We are thankful for this opportunity to be a part of this community.”

EuroContempo plans to hire both production and sales personnel as business continues to grow. The company sells to the public, interior designers, cabinet shops, commercial and residential contracts, home builders and home improvement stores.

The Arizona Commerce Authority partnered with the City of Mesa and EuroContempo Cabinetry on this project. Big-D Construction Southwest, LLC is the design-builder on the facility.

“EuroContempo Cabinetry will be a great addition to Mesa,” Mayor John Giles said. “Their decision to locate in Mesa is a great endorsement of Mesa’s business-friendly environment and the forward-thinking, public investment in the Gateway Area.”

 

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