Greenwich Country Day School ProjectDecember 20, 2019

When the Greenwich Country Day School expanded from K-8 to a high school this past year they bought a nearby high school campus and built a new school building. They also put in a new playing field and needed to remove a lot of trees to build it. We worked with the school and architects from SLAM to salvage as many of the logs as possible. It was a terrific variety of red oak, white oak, maple, hickory, and beech. We transformed the wood into new dining hall tables, benches, feature walls, and a large ceiling. It was a terrific project and very satisfying to see all the wood be put to good use. Click here to see more of what we made.

The red oak and white oak ceiling
The feature wall made of hickory, maple, beech, red oak, and white oak

We are honored to be featured in our hometown paper.October 18, 2017

Have a read in the New Haven Register here!!

Photo: Peter Hvizdak / Hearst Connecticut Media