GORDONSVILLE, Virginia – Worthington Architectural Millwork will invest $ 1.473 million over the next three years to expand its manufacturing operations in Orange County, Virginia. The company specializes in high-end custom cabinetry and joinery.
The expansion is expected to create 26 new jobs, according to the Orange County Virginia Economic Development Authority. Worthington Architectural Millwork’s sister company, Seabury Moore, LLC., Which specializes in building high-end custom homes, will co-locate in the future 20,000-square-foot building to be constructed on a 5-acre site ready for use. pad located in the Thomas E. Lee Industrial Park.
“We are excited to be able to keep our growing business in Orange County and even more excited to be able to launch our new business (Seabury Moore) here as well. Together, my business partner Maureen and I intend to restore organization, efficiency and effectiveness to the general business process. As strong leaders, we hope to attract capable women and men to lead both companies. We are not afraid of hard work and look forward to continuing to help our local community thrive, ”said Alycia Worthington, majority owner of Worthington Architectural Millwork.
The Economic Development Authority has prompted Worthington Architectural Millwork to maintain operations in the county by offering a sale of land at a discount. “Worthington Architectural Millwork has been a great corporate citizen for Orange County, and we are delighted that they have chosen to continue operating here in the county,” said Rose Deal, Director of Economic Development.
Based in Gordonsville, Virginia, Worthington Architectural Millwork is a small SWaM certified woman-owned company in the Commonwealth of Virginia.