Brian Faulkner Feature

Franco Goodman knows about change. The millwork firm his family operates “has gone through enough change for three companies. Our customer base has changed ten times over 50 years,” Goodman says, and the key to its continuing success is “nimbleness – market flexibility.” He should know. Evidence of flexibility in the face of market change…

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Woodshop News Feature

“When Goodman Lumber Co. opened for business in 1907, the Industrial Revolution was a driving force toward mechanization. Follow the Goodman story and a history of woodworking tools and techniques unfolds.” Click here to read the article (pdf).

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Woodworking Magazine Feature

Millwork Company’s Success Opens New Doors By Hannah Miller In business since 1907, Goodman Millwork has overcome numerous harsh economic conditions to thrive in the woodworking industry. Click here to read the online article One-hundred-year-old Goodman Millwork Co. has a firsthand historical perspective for when economic upheavals periodically strike the country. After all, as Goodman…

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Family Tradition – Salisbury Post

Goodman Millwork Co. Celebrates a Century of Building Rowan’s Future By Mark Wineka Salisbury Post Walk the offices, buildings and grounds of this sprawling, family-run operation off Lumber Street, and you can’t help but inhale the scents of poplar and pine, mahogany and maple or cypress and cedar. You want to run your fingers over…

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Design Solution Feature

“I contacted 14 other companies, but none of them could help. It was a blessing when Goodman said, ‘No problem!’ “ Click here to download the article (pdf)

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Beautiful Homes Feature

“Honoring traditional proportions and craftsmanship, a new southern home nearly passes as a historical gem.” Click here to read the full article (pdf)

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