Woodgrain Millwork invests $10 million in Georgia, adds 150 jobs
June 30, 2021 | 11:15 am CDT
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LEESBURG, Ga. - Millwork firm Woodgrain is investing $10 million to expand its facility in Leesburg, Georgia by 156,000 square feet. The expansion will bring 150 new jobs.

Woodgrain primarily manufacturers wood components and mouldings across six U.S. facilities. The company oversees its entire supply chain, making it one of the largest vertically integrated wood product companies in the country.

Demand for the company's products prompted the expansion. 

"This expansion is a key component of our mission to leverage our vertical integration to deliver premier service and customer-driven millwork solutions," said Cole Wilkinson, Plant Manager at Woodgrain Millwork. "As a proud member of the Lee County community for over 25 years, we look forward to the opportunities this expansion will provide for members of our communities in southwest Georgia."

The expansion should complete sometime in 2022. 

Woodgrain has had operations in Georgia since the 1990s. It employs 375 workers in the state.


 

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