McCoy’s opens relocated and expanded door and millwork facility

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McCoy’s opens relocated and expanded door and millwork facility

By HBSDealer Staff - 09/11/2020
Jo Ann Ozuna, manager of the millwork facility, officially opens the New Braunfels location with the cutting of a door jam while surrounded by the McCoy’s team.

McCoy’s Building Supply celebrated the grand opening of its relocated and expanded door and millwork facility in New Braunfels, Texas.

The new location, which opened on Sept. 11, is less than two miles from the original location and more than doubles the production capacity of the prior facility.  

San Marcos, Texas-based McCoy’s said this is one of several new investments McCoy’s has made in 2020 to support their continued business growth.

“This is an opportunity to expand our door and millwork manufacturing while bringing nearly 40 jobs to the New Braunfels community over the next five years,” says Waylon Walker, SVP of merchandising and operations at McCoy’s. “The larger facility allows for the addition of new state-of-the-art manufacturing equipment that will substantially increase our efficiency and production capacity. It also allows McCoy’s to increase the breadth of services provided to our customers.”

 

McCoy's CEO Brian McCoy, speaks during the opening ceremony while joined by Meagan McCoy Jones, McCoy's president and COO, and Scott Lee, director of millwork.

The facility produces custom and standard interior and exterior door units for builder and remodeler customers and is the door and millwork supplier for over 70 McCoy retail locations.

“The continued success and growth of millwork sales at McCoy’s had outgrown the capacity of our previous space,” said Scott Lee, McCoy’s director of millwork. “This move allows the continued expansion of our capabilities and services to our growing customer base.”

McCoy’s Building Supply employs 2,500 people and operates 88 stores, three distribution facilities and two millwork facilities in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Mississippi and New Mexico. 

 

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