When it comes to Commercial Millwork, the scope of work seems to be typical across the United States. We often see MCP (Melamine Coated Particleboard) cases with Plastic Laminate Clad Doors and Drawers. Counters are often Plastic Laminate but can vary between Solid Surface and Stone.
Below are some examples of work that we have done for our customers in the Commercial Space.
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In this particular project, we provided Millwork Shop Drawings for a customer on the West Coast. They requested that we draw up Pressure Treated Bases and detail Semi-Exposed Institutional Hinges.
This customer also requested that each room be self-contained on a single sheet. This resulted in sections being a little smaller than we typically provide (1″ = 1′-0″ versus 1-1/2″ = 1′-0″) but it simplified production by minimizing paperwork being sent out to the shop.
In the relatively short time that we have been in business, we have found that Residential Work can be rather challenging, however, it can also be very rewarding.
There is no real “typical” construction when it comes to Residential Millwork and things vary wildly from shop to shop. Below you’ll find some examples of the work we have done in the Residential Space.
Lower Level Catering Kitchen
This particular project was a Lower Level Catering Kitchen for a customer that we worked with in the southern part o the United States. The focus of this project was the kitchen with some additional work being done in the surrounding areas.
In addition to the Architect / Designer Submittal, we were also asked to produce a set of “Shops” which broke out each individual cabinet.