The Roux Institute at Northeastern University
This educational millwork project called for a unique millwork package. This project was unique because it was built inside one of our building that we already had the pleasure of working in for another large corporation called Wex Inc. Featured in Wex's new headquarters is where the Roux Institute at Northeastern University now calls home.
The Roux Institute's purpose is to help further technological advancements by creating a geographical bubble stretching from Portland Maine to Boston to enable businesses to easier collaborate, test and learn.
We were responsible for a large number of areas for this project that included various materials such as solid surface, metal, wood and countertops. Solid surface and countertops can be seen in the kitchen area of the open floor plan. All of the casework, floating shelves, paneling, wood ceiling and cabinets were manufactured and installed by Windham Millwork.
One of the more unique parts of this project was a State of Maine logo with a backlit backer. Utilizing our CNC capabilities made this a unique and creative process to be part of.
Custom cabinetry starts with a specific and mindful design plan. Design plans often set the tone for the project and we follow these directions exactly to specifications.
Kitchen millwork involves cabinets, countertops, shelving, space, draws and seating. Making sure you hire the correct subcontractor can make a huge difference when trying to complete a project on time.