On November 16, 2023, Carpenters Woodworks and Restoration, a family-owned business specializing in custom woodworking and restoration, announced an expansion of its operation in Charleston County, South Carolina.
The $1.54 million investment will create 20 new jobs, and is a great small-scale example of the many benefits of the multi-trillion-dollar global restoration economy.
An architectural millworks company, Carpenters Woodworks and Restoration works on remodeling projects while also designing and building custom cabinets and heirloom furniture. The company is expanding its woodworking shop by moving to a more than 16,000-square-foot facility located at 10125 N. Highway 17 in McClellanville.
Operations will be online in January 2024. Individuals interested in joining the Carpenters Woodworks and Restoration team should email the company.
“We want to continue to grow our shop family and expand our mission to build, transform and inspire lives to thrive,” said Carpenters Woodworks and Restoration Owner, Drew Taylor.
“This $1.54 million investment is a significant milestone for Carpenters Woodworks and Restoration. I congratulate them on their success and thank them for their continued commitment to South Carolina,” said South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster.
“Carpenters Woodworks and Restoration is transforming its business just like its woodworkers transform timber into pieces of art. Congratulations to the Carpenters’ team on this expansion which will help to meet the continued demand for quality wood products,” said South Carolina Secretary of Commerce Harry M. Lightsey III.
“We welcome this growth and look forward to Carpenters Woodworks and Restoration’s steady contributions to rich artisanship in Charleston County,” said Charleston County Council Chairman Herbert Ravenel Sass III.
The expanded company will be located at 10125 N. Highway 17 in McClellanville, South Carolina.
Photo courtesy of Carpenters Woodworks and Restoration.