Myers Cabinets establishes an architectural millwork division

The Fountain Room, a supper club in downtown Indianapolis, was crafted by Myers Architectural Millwork.

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Myers Cabinets Inc., Whitestown, Ind., has established an architectural millwork division that specializes in new commercial environments, including lobbies and panels, reception areas, office rooms, wood trim and casework.

The division, Myers Architectural Millwork Inc., was established in October. Located at 4954 Fieldstone Drive, Whitestown, Myers Cabinets Inc., and its new millwork division, employ 38 people at its nearly 38,000-square-foot facility.

“We’re ecstatic to widen the scope of our services and get back to basics with what we do best — ornate woodworking and fine details,” said Roy Myers, company president. “This is a chance for us to hone in on what we’ve already perfected and offer our region a millwork producer they know and can depend on.”

Whether it's a restaurant window seat in an odd-shaped alcove, bare hotel rooms, blank-canvas corporate offices or shelving to showcase a museum’s collection, Myers Architectural Millwork Inc. can create a custom solution that is both functional and aesthetically fit, said Myers.

Recent regional Myers Architectural Millwork Inc. projects include:

According to Myers, the company collaborates with clients during each step of the process, from drafting designs and choosing appropriate materials to selecting the hardware, installation methods and more, ensuring its final product is exactly what the customer envisioned.


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