Mission Bell Architectural Millwork Joins USA Millwork

Acquisition provides capability to serve architects and general contractors nationally.
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USA Millwork has acquired Mission Bell, an architectural millwork manufacturer in Northern California to offer contractors and engineers more capacity, capabilities, and industry-leading practices across its expanding national platform. The acquisition brings the number of USA Millwork locations to five from coast-to-coast, with a combined manufacturing footprint of nearly 400,000 square feet.

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“It is an honor to add Mission Bell to the USA Millwork portfolio,” said Patrick Dickinson, CEO of USA Millwork. “For more than 60 years, the Scianna family has built one of the elite millwork businesses in the country and we will continue that tradition of excellence.”

Mission Bell, founded in 1959, specializes in high-profile designs of quality architectural woodwork, millwork and custom casework for tech companies, hospitals and universities. Their work extends from the most intricate one-of-a kind quality woodwork fixtures to standard production cabinets.

“Mission Bell’s reputation for intricate high-quality products and its ability to meet demanding schedules has won them an outstanding reputation in the industry,” added Dickinson.

Glenn Ripley, Mission Bell’s CEO, who will be joining USA Millwork as president, said, “USA Millwork’s vision for building a best-in-class millwork company with a national footprint dovetailed beautifully with our vision of growing Mission Bell both within and beyond the Bay Area. With the USA Millwork platform, we can leverage Mission Bell’s technology, manufacturing capabilities, installation services and a nationwide supply chain to design and build custom millwork and case goods across a range of building projects."

Moving forward, Dickinson and Ripley will work hand-in-hand to serve the contractors and engineers who partner with USA Millwork. Ripley will oversee process improvement and integration, while Dickinson will continue as CEO focusing on business development and day-to-day execution.

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