After 11 years in Fairhaven, Cascade Joinery moved at the end of September to 1349 Pacific Place in Ferndale near Barron Heating.
The company sold the Fairhaven building housing the shop, offices and design studio in June. The new space is about 3,600 square feet of shop and office space.
“With the tight market in construction right now, keeping our overhead low was very important in choosing a new location,” John Miller, managing partner, said in a press release.
As part of the move, architect Greg Robinson is in the process of opening his own office in downtown Bellingham. Robinson will continue to be a preferred design partner after nearly 16 years at Cascade Joinery.
Cascade Joinery was founded in 1990 by Jeff Arvin and Craig Aument and originally occupied an old dairy barn on Hemmi Road. For more information, call Cascade Joinery at (360) 527-0119.