Speaking on Business: Pioneer Millwork
Pioneer Millwork provides cabinets and other custom woodwork projects, especially legacy pieces that represent a piece of history.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
It was during his time working for one of Utah’s top construction companies in Hawaii that LeGrand Butler had the inspiration for his new business, Pioneer Millwork, operated in partnership with his wife, Cassidy. He noticed how many tropical trees had such neat-looking grain and thought how cool it would be to make legacy pieces with that wood, which represents a piece of history. So, LeGrand started his own woodworking business, Pioneer Millwork, with the help of social media, and he’s based in Fruit Heights.
The name millwork is opening possibilities of what Pioneer Millwork can do. Right now, they’re providing custom cabinets, and LeGrand has excellent cabinetmakers on board. He has such a creative brain that he sees endless possibilities, with his top idea to develop what he calls Story wood. When people have to harvest their historic trees, Pioneer Millwork can take the wood and turn it into something sentimental for the homeowner. Like the family in Benjamin who had a 50-year-old walnut tree that blew over in a windstorm. LeGrand used wood from the tree to build cabinets, and the homeowner loved the finished product!
LeGrand is proud to be the third generation of his family to be in the construction business with Pioneer Millwork since both his dad and his grandfather were contractors.
Find more online at www.pioneermill.work.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
1112 Lloyd Rd
Fruit Heights, UT 84037