BRYAN, Texas -- The 25th Anniversary ribbon cutting for Keystone Millworks took place in Bryan on Tuesday morning.
Keystone Millworks has been in Bryan/ College Station for 25 years now, and started in a one car garage. "From truly humble beginnings in 1989, we have developed into a state-of-the-art woodworking manufacturer. Our new 20,000 square foot manufacturing plant was completed in March of 2003. This new facility has improved Keystone's efficiency, enabling us to become more competitive in meeting the rigorous demands of the construction and store fixture market (Keystone Millworks)."
Keystone has completed over 3,000 projects in the Brazos Valley since opening 25 years ago, including renovations to the MSC and Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park, along with other established buildings on campus. Keystone has also helped 600 Valeros in the state of Texas, and other companies in Houston, Austin, and San Antonio.
The picture above of the United States has a pin in each part of the country that Keystone has done a project in, including one in Los Angeles, California and parts of Colorado.
To see some of Keystone Millwork's projects, click here.
Official ribbon cuttings are brought to you by the B/CS Chamber of Commerce.
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