BELLINGHAM, Mass. /Massachusetts Newswire/ — Van Millwork, New England’s leading millwork and interior products supplier, is proud to announce the addition of Kevin Connors as the new Custom Division Central Manager. Kevin Connors, a native of Bedford, New Hampshire, comes to Van Millwork from Colonial Woodworking Inc., one of New England’s most highly respected designers and builders of custom stairs and rail systems. His title of General Manager allowed him to introduce AWI QC concepts and coordinated ongoing QC development.
Connors also spent some time as Project Manager with Stahlman Engineering Corporation, where he supervised projects nationwide from design development through construction. He also has experience as a Senior Construction Administrator with Elkus/Manfredi Architects working on the renovation to the Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, NH as well as The Architects Collaborative in Cambridge where Connors supervised administration of architectural projects ranging from $2 MM-$40 MM.
Van Millwork Custom Division provides the highest possible quality of architectural millwork and fine custom casework to the discerning, residential home and light commercial builder. As a full service shop, Van Custom produces kitchens and cabinetry, panelized spaces such as libraries or home theaters in paint-grade and hardwood, built-ins and entertainment centers, mantels, coffered ceilings, vanities and bathroom cabinetry and any challenging flat or curved millwork product.
Founded in 1967 as a full service lumber company, Van Millwork, headquartered in Bellingham, has grown into the largest interior millwork supplier in New England and recently launched the Van Mantel Collection and hardwood floor division. The Van Millwork Showroom located in Needham features nine architecturally-themed rooms that reflect the architectural period represented by the trim work in each space. In addition to Bellingham and Needham, the company also offers a showroom in Mashpee, MA, and a full-service custom division in Fitchburg, MA.