Boerne TX (PRWEB) April 24, 2013
“We are very excited about moving into our new facility. We were able to incorporate design elements and materials used in our own projects and add a showroom our customers will enjoy,” said Jack Dickinson, chief executive officer.
Located in the scenic Texas Hill Country, the new Texas Timber Frames campus will include a manufacturing facility, an office building and showroom, and a landmark 70 foot timber frame windmill. The new facility is expected to be in full operation by July 1, 2013.
The new manufacturing facility showcases a more efficient design that follows the natural flow of the production cycle as well as providing ample space for both construction and assembly. The addition of a state-of-the-art Hundegger K2iL CNC (computer numerical control) timber joinery machine and Hundegger HM4 timber planer—the largest in Texas--will allow Texas Timber Frames to increase and expand its production and design-build capabilities.
“The new offices will inspire our team of designers, architects and staff, and improve communication and collaboration efforts. The offices will be a place of work, but also a showroom speaking to customers to give them a feel for the type of structures we can create,” said Dickinson.
Texas Timber Frames constructs exceptional timber frame structures of distinguished character and beauty, using time-honored methods and materials coupled with cutting-edge CAD design and machining. Each joint cut into a solid wood timber is hand finished and pre-assembled to guarantee the exacting standards are maintained. For decades Texas Timber Frames has offered the best in old-world craftsmanship coupled with modern technology. To learn more about a custom-designed, Texas Timber Frames structure, please visit http://www.texastimberframes.com.