Building with Reclaimed Wood: Pioneer Millworks to Share Expertise at the International Builders’ Show

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From January 19-21, Pioneer Millworks’ team of Reclaimed Wood Experts will exhibit and educate at the International Builders’ Show – the largest annual construction show in the world.

Together, our sales team has decades of experience helping architects, builders, designers, and homeowners realize their visions with reclaimed wood and will be able to assist with yours too.

Together, our sales team has decades of experience helping architects, builders, designers, and homeowners realize their visions with reclaimed wood and will be able to assist with yours too.

“Builders, designers, architects, and homeowners alike pack our exhibit at each show, anxious to see and feel the variety of wood surfaces in our display,” explains Jennifer Young, General Manager of Pioneer Millworks.

Pioneer Millworks’ team of leading wood experts will exhibit in Las Vegas, Nevada at the 2016 International Builders’ Show (IBS), the largest annual light construction show in the world. Pioneer Millworks’ wood experts will be readily available for meetings, lunch and learns, local project walk-throughs, and conversation. These representatives will share their expertise from interior design degrees and decades of industry experience with show attendees.

Pioneer Millworks’ recently updated show exhibit displays a wide variety of the reclaimed wood species and finishes they offer. New for IBS will be patterned and painted reclaimed Mushroom Boards – a product finalist in the 2016 Best of IBS Awards in the Best Indoor Living Product category.

“Our team is excited to connect with clients, new and known. Builders, designers, architects, and homeowners alike pack our exhibit at each show, anxious to see and feel the variety of wood surfaces in our display,” explains Jennifer Young, General Manager of Pioneer Millworks. “This year we’ll showcase the special textures and character of Mushroom Boards reclaimed hemlock planks which are finding new life in a variety of projects.”

Housing mushrooms is no small task as this reclaimed Hemlock product shows. The weathered face has a heavily textured washboard-like surface achieved from years of living with the moist and acid-laden environment used to grow commercial mushrooms. Bright finish colors applied to the undulating texture and sound knots of each plank creates a unique appearance on wood already full of character.

“We’re always looking for new sources of reclaimed wood and we’re excited to share what we’ve found at IBS. We’ll be showcasing bright finishes with heavy textures and cool patterns that are leading the way in the design world,” adds Jered Slusser, East Coast reclaimed wood expert at Pioneer Millworks.

This year, the International Builders’ Show will occur at the Las Vegas Convention Center with the Show running from 9am–5pm on January 19-21. Pioneer Millworks will be located at booth S1667.

There are a number of complimentary tickets available from Pioneer Millworks for the show. Contact them directly for further information and details at events at pioneermillworks.com.

Pioneer Millworks is the leader in the reclaimed wood industry. To date, they’ve rescued nearly 25 million board feet of old wood from rot and landfills, giving it new life as flooring, paneling, millwork, cabinetry, and more. All wood is manufactured in a way that’s healthy for customers, employees, and the environment. Pioneer Millworks is FSC-certified and Green America approved. All of their products are LEED point eligible.

Each year, IBS brings together the industry’s most important global manufacturers and suppliers and showcases the latest products, materials and technologies involved in all types of buildings – including wood, concrete, stone, and brick. More than 500,000 net square feet of exhibits and 1,300 manufacturers and suppliers are expected to attract 50,000 visitors from more than 100 countries.

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