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08/27/2021

84 Lumber and Kodiak Building Partners make the list

The pro dealers are two of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
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Two powerhouses in the lumber and building materials industry have been ranked among the nation’s fastest-growing privately-held companies.

Both 84 Lumber and Kodiak Building Partners have been listed on the annual Inc. 5000. The rankings focus on dynamic businesses that continue to be run independently.

“As Kodiak just celebrated its ten-year anniversary, learning about this ranking was just icing on the cake,” said Steve Swinney, president and CEO of Kodiak Building Partners. “At our very beginning, we set out to grow by partnering with profitable, legacy-owned building material companies that were ambitious and shared our desire to just keep getting better every day. 

Based in Highlands Ranch, Colo., Kodiak is ranked at 2,776 on the list and operates 89 locations in more than 20 states.

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84 Lumber is on the verge of its celebrating its 65th anniversary. The Eighty-Four, Pa.-based company is ranked 4,917 on the list. 

“Being named to the Inc. 5000 list is an incredible honor,” said 84 Lumber President Maggie Hardy. “To be included in this distinguished ranking is a testament to our incredibly hard-working and talented team of associates that continue to provide our customers around the country with the best service.” 

84 Lumber said the recognition is partly due to 42% growth over the last three years, and it joins a growing list of the company’s accomplishments in 2021, including the opening of new stores and component plants across the country.

Additionally, 84 Lumber is experiencing a record sales year and is on track to end 2021 with a 40% year-over-year sales increase.  

Complete results of the Inc. 5000, including company profiles and an interactive database that can be sorted by industry, region and other criteria can be found here

84 Lumber is one of the largest privately-held building materials suppliers in the nation. The company operates nearly 250 stores, component manufacturing plants, custom door shops, custom millwork shops and engineered wood product centers in more than 30 states.