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Viridian Reclaimed Wood launches fixture line for grocery retailers

FDM Digital, May 15, 2015

Product range includes retail display case headers, crates and produce bins.

Viridian Reclaimed Wood has announced the introduction of a line of prefabricated, customizable fixtures for grocery and specialty retailers.

“We’ve had tremendous success in custom fabricating fixtures for the grocery retail segment,” said Joe Mitchoff, Viridian’s co-owner. “The demand has grown to the point that we’ve begun making these fixtures at production levels.”

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Viridian Reclaimed Wood launches fixture line for grocery retailers

Grocery Headquarters, April 30, 2015

Viridian Reclaimed Wood announces the introduction of a line of prefabricated, customizable fixtures for grocery and specialty retailers, according to Viridian co-owner Joe Mitchoff.

The product range includes retail display case headers, crates and produce bins.

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PRODUCT> SURFACES EFFECTIVE: 14 INNOVATIVE MATERIALS

Architect's Newspaper, February 13, 2015

Route 66
Viridian Reclaimed Wood

These reclaimed red oak and white oak planks and panels get their rustic character from their original use as decking on tractor-trailers. In a variety of lengths and sizes.

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Granary Plank Antique

Architectural Record, February 2015

The wood in these panels is reclaimed from decommissioned granaries in Washington state and given a combination smooth-face and rough-sawn look…

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Meet 2015’s 40 Under 40 sustainability leaders

Portland Business Journal, February 19, 2015

Pierce Henley, 39, is founder and president of Viridian Reclaimed Wood. His career turning point? “The main turning point in my career occurred in 2009 in the depths of the financial crisis…”

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Viridian Adds Line of Paneling & Flooring from Granary Beams

Green Lodging News, January 27, 2015

PORTLAND, ORE.—Viridian Reclaimed Wood announced the introduction of a new line of solid-strip paneling and flooring derived from reclaimed structural beams, according to Viridian co-owner Joe Mitchoff.

“While so many of our raw materials come from ports and harbors, we’re always continuing to diversify our sources,” Mitchoff said. “This new line comes from old growth beams reclaimed from Pacific Northwest building-deconstruction and remodeling, primarily granaries and warehouses.”

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