Patrick Lumber Hosts Open House

Patrick Lumber Co. welcomed 170 guests to its annual St. Patrick’s Day Open House earlier this month at their Philomath headquarters building, “Timber Hall.” The company says the event celebrated their rich heritage in the heart of Oregon’s lumber industry, offering a blend of Irish-themed festivities and insights into secondary lumber manufacturing.

The Timber Hall is perched atop a hill overlooking Patrick Lumber Co.’s 40-acre facility. Guided mill tours offered visitors a firsthand look at Patrick Lumber Manufacturing and the process of transforming raw timber into high-quality lumber products. In addition to showcasing its existing facilities, guests were invited to tour the new hardwood mill. The company says that this soon-to-be expanded facility aims to be the only commercial sized hardwood mill in Oregon that isn’t primarily cutting Alder.

Chelsea Zuccato, East Coast Sales Manager at Patrick Lumber Co., stated, “Our first St. Patrick’s Day open house at our Philomath headquarters was historic. We hosted valued agents and bankers, suppliers, customers, and vendors—in the past, the event has been offsite and in our downtown Portland office. It makes sense that we shifted the event to Philomath to our new headquarters building. We’re excited to continue this tradition at Timber Hall surrounded by the lumber we sell every day, with the people who make it possible.”

Mark Gray, West Coast Sales Manager, remarked, “The St. Patrick’s Day Open House at Timber Hall was a big success. It was a pleasure to see our industry partners come together to celebrate our shared commitment to excellence.”

Patrick Lumber Co. continues to maintain a satellite office in Portland. The company says it manufactures and trades wood products to diverse markets worldwide.

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