Eco Building Products partners with CorWorth Building Systems
Eco Building Products (ECOB) has signed a binding Memorandum of Understanding with CorWorth, a Texas limited liability company and its affiliates, including Restroom Facilities and others. This formal agreement between ECOB and CorWorth represent an exclusive nationwide marketing and sales arrangement for a limited scope use, and provides a niche market use of ECOB’s protected lumber, logo and product identity.
CorWorth bids on municipality contracts across the nation and will now specify Eco Red Shield protected lumber on all bids moving forward. CorWorth specializes in the design, manufacture, delivery, and monitoring of high-quality modular buildings.
"CorWorth is excited about our affiliation with Eco Building Products," said Howard Worthing, president of CorWorth Building Systems, "to be named as the exclusive provider of Eco Red Shield and other Eco products used for the manufacture and construction of public restrooms and related buildings for the Parks & Recreation industry.
“The Eco Building Products allow us to provide competitively priced wood-framed buildings that have all the advantages of concrete with all the flexibility of design, construction, and features only achievable using wood-frame construction. These lighter-weight buildings are much faster to construct than concrete, and now thanks to Eco, are also resistant to moisture damage, insect damage, and fire, coupled with our rigorous construction techniques; they are as durable as concrete."
It is expected that CorWorth will spend a significant amount of time and money promoting ECOB products on the CorWorth website, attending various tradeshows, conducting continuing education classes, and through their concerted efforts in specifying Eco Red Shield protected lumber products for all projects sent out to bid.
WOLF adds Tamko Envision products to mix
York, Pa.-based WOLF will begin distributing Tamko’s new Evergrain Envision Decking and the Marquee line of railing to dealers in 19 eastern states.
WOLF is the largest supplier of kitchen cabinets in the United States and a leading provider of building products along the East Coast.
Tamko’s new products will be immediately available to independent dealers in WOLF’s territory in 19 eastern states.
The new EverGrain Envision composite deck board employs a compression manufacturing process to create a physical bond between the outer layer and core board, providing unmatched style and durability. The Marquee Railing System line, a brand new product, is made with a durable coextruded formulation and creates a low-sheen, authentic wood appearance.
Parr Lumber opens design center in Tukwila
Parr Lumber will open a cabinet design center on Oct. 18 in Tukwila, near Seattle, in the space that was formerly Basco Appliances. Grand-opening festivities include a celebrity appearance by Mariel Hemingway, daughter-in-law of Ernest Hemingway. A cookbook author and health eating advocate, Hemingway will discuss her latest project, Mariel’s Kitchen.
The new Parr Cabinet Design Center, a new store concept, introduces 8,500 sq. ft. of display space with several working kitchens. It also features countertops, appliances and flooring.
Three major brands of cabinets are present throughout the showroom; Huntwood Custom Cabinets, Kemper and Aristokraft. Countertops feature granite, Cambria’s Quartz countertops as well as other solid surfaces.
The appliance selection includes designer appliances from Viking, Electrolux and Frigidaire and many other national brands. The store will host many in-store events throughout the year, including local chefs for cooking demonstrations.