SERVICES


We standardize and build high-quality custom millwork components and casework for healthcare, education, retail, travel, hotels, and more. We work in new construction, renovation, and disaster reconstruction.

Our bonding capacity is $5 million per project and $10 million aggregate.


Why Choose Cohen?
 

SERVICES

We standardize and build high-quality custom millwork components and casework for healthcare, education, retail, travel, hotels, and more. We work in new construction, renovation, and disaster reconstruction.

Our bonding capacity is $5 million per project and $10 million aggregate.


Why Choose Cohen?

Why Clients Choose Cohen

A third party surveyed our clients. These are the results:


  • More than anything, Cohen is recognized for proactive, constructive and candid communication
  • Employees, customers and vendors sense the urgency and honesty at Cohen. We are not afraid to discuss success and failure and have constant, active dialogue about performance and improvement.
  • Keeping commitments, doing things right and fixing issues quickly are recurring themes
  • Cohen maintains a culture of treating internal and external colleagues with respect, friendliness and fairness.


Why Clients Choose Cohen

A third party surveyed our clients. These are the results:


  • More than anything, Cohen is recognized for proactive, constructive and candid communication
  • Employees, customers and vendors sense the urgency and honesty at Cohen. We are not afraid to discuss success and failure and have constant, active dialogue about performance and improvement.
  • Keeping commitments, doing things right and fixing issues quickly are recurring themes
  • Cohen maintains a culture of treating internal and external colleagues with respect, friendliness and fairness.



Why Clients Choose Cohen

A third party surveyed our clients. These are the results:


  • More than anything, Cohen is recognized for proactive, constructive and candid communication
  • Employees, customers and vendors sense the urgency and honesty at Cohen. We are not afraid to discuss success and failure and have constant, active dialogue about performance and improvement.
  • Keeping commitments, doing things right and fixing issues quickly are recurring themes
  • Cohen maintains a culture of treating internal and external colleagues with respect, friendliness and fairness.

What to Expect



What to Expect

  • We will custom create a team to meet your needs.
  • Our engineering team standardizes millwork from design to fabrication. We have Revit Design capabilities.
  • Each project is assigned a single point of contact. Whether a client’s question is regarding scheduling, billing, or design, they only need to contact one person.

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We will create a custom team to meet your needs.

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Our engineering team standardizes millwork from design to fabrication.

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We have Revit design capabilities.

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Each project is assigned a single point of contact.

Whether a client’s question is regarding scheduling, billing, or design, they only need to contact one person.

What to Expect

  • We will create a custom team to meet your needs.
  • Our engineering team standardizes millwork from design to fabrication.
  • We have Revit Design capabilities.
  • Each project is assigned a single point of contact. Whether a client’s question is regarding scheduling, billing, or design, they only need to contact one person.



Our Relationship Model



 

Direct-to-Vendor

We contract directly with clients in a partnership collaboration from the beginning to end of the project.

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Our Relationship Model



 

Direct-to-Vendor

We contract directly with clients in a partnership collaboration from the beginning to end of the project.


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Two Relationship Models


Direct-to-Vendor


We contract directly with clients in a partnership collaboration from the beginning to end of the project.


READ MORE



Two Relationship Models




Direct-to-Vendor

We contract directly with clients in a partnership collaboration from the beginning to end of the project.


READ MORE


Two Relationship Models



Direct-to-Vendor


We contract directly with clients in a partnership collaboration from the beginning to end of the project.


READ MORE

Services We Provide

Services We Provide

Casework

High-quality, American made lumber, combined with the expert design and building of our team of engineers, architects, and skilled craftsman.

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Plastic Laminate Countertops

Through high pressure and heat, our plastic laminate countertops are bonded with strong materials and built to last. Great for healthcare, schools, hotels, labs, corporate offices, small businesses, and more.

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New Construction

Starting a new project? Our 35 years of experience has streamlined the process of taking you from planning to design to final installation.

New Construction

Starting a new project? Our 35 years of experience has streamlined the process of taking you from planning to design to final installation.

New Construction

Starting a new project? Our 35 years of experience has streamlined the process of taking you from planning to design to final installation.

New Construction

Starting a new project? Our 35 years of experience has streamlined the process of taking you from planning to design to final installation.

Direct To Vendor

We’ve built everything from national airport terminals to church coffee shops. Our engineering and architectural teams are the heartbeat behind our success, and they have the ability to design for any customer’s needs.

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Renovation

Planning a renovation? We partner with you to help in design, drawings, scheduling, production and delivery.

Renovation

Planning a renovation? We partner with you to help in design, drawings, scheduling, production and delivery.

Renovation

Planning a renovation? We partner with you to help in design, drawings, scheduling, production and delivery.

Renovation

Planning a renovation? We partner with you to help in design, drawings, scheduling, production and delivery.

Disaster Reconstruction

When disaster strikes, getting your business back to normal as fast as possible is critical. But if you have to find and hire an unfamiliar company for your reconstruction needs, it could take weeks or even months to get back up and running. Our agile teams can jump in at full speed. In our Direct-To-Vendor model, we reduce downtime significantly since we already have standardization in place and likely have materials in stock to begin millwork construction.

Here’s a true story. When the Joplin, Missouri schools were demolished by a massive tornado, they had an extremely tight schedule since schools had to open on time.

We received the first call on Tuesday, June 14th. We jumped in, made site visits, met with contractor’s teams and worked long hours. Drawings were done on napkins and made critical contracting decisions via text messages.

By Monday morning, we had submitted 60 pages of shop drawings. Revisions were made and by Saturday, we were told to proceed with submittals and order materials. Our engineering team was on standby waiting for the go ahead. They went into action. We staffed up and approved overtime for our internal teams.

By July 18th, all product was on the job site and our installation teams were ready to roll. We received a call from the contractor, requesting to add 40% more work to the project. We knew we had to make it happen. We put together a plan and got the job done on time. The entire project was completed in 54 days from start to finish.

Disaster Reconstruction

When disaster strikes, getting your business back to normal as fast as possible is critical. But if you have to find and hire an unfamiliar company for your reconstruction needs, it could take weeks or even months to get back up and running. Our agile teams can jump in at full speed. In our Direct-To-Vendor model, we reduce downtime significantly since we already have standardization in place and likely have materials in stock to begin millwork construction.

Here’s a true story. When the Joplin, Missouri schools were demolished by a massive tornado, they had an extremely tight schedule since schools had to open on time.

We received the first call on Tuesday, June 14th. We jumped in, made site visits, met with contractor’s teams and worked long hours. Drawings were done on napkins and made critical contracting decisions via text messages.

By Monday morning, we had submitted 60 pages of shop drawings. Revisions were made and by Saturday, we were told to proceed with submittals and order materials. Our engineering team was on standby waiting for the go ahead. They went into action. We staffed up and approved overtime for our internal teams.

By July 18th, all product was on the job site and our installation teams were ready to roll. We received a call from the contractor, requesting to add 40% more work to the project. We knew we had to make it happen. We put together a plan and got the job done on time. The entire project was completed in 54 days from start to finish.

Disaster Reconstruction

When disaster strikes, getting your business back to normal as fast as possible is critical. But if you have to find and hire an unfamiliar company for your reconstruction needs, it could take weeks or even months to get back up and running. Our agile teams can jump in at full speed. In our Direct-To-Vendor model, we reduce downtime significantly since we already have standardization in place and likely have materials in stock to begin millwork construction.

Here’s a true story. When the Joplin, Missouri schools were demolished by a massive tornado, they had an extremely tight schedule since schools had to open on time.

We received the first call on Tuesday, June 14th. We jumped in, made site visits, met with contractor’s teams and worked long hours. Drawings were done on napkins and made critical contracting decisions via text messages.

By Monday morning, we had submitted 60 pages of shop drawings. Revisions were made and by Saturday, we were told to proceed with submittals and order materials. Our engineering team was on standby waiting for the go ahead. They went into action. We staffed up and approved overtime for our internal teams.

By July 18th, all product was on the job site and our installation teams were ready to roll. We received a call from the contractor, requesting to add 40% more work to the project. We knew we had to make it happen. We put together a plan and got the job done on time. The entire project was completed in 54 days from start to finish.

Disaster Reconstruction

When disaster strikes, getting your business back to normal as fast as possible is critical. But if you have to find and hire an unfamiliar company for your reconstruction needs, it could take weeks or even months to get back up and running. Our agile teams can jump in at full speed. In our Direct-To-Vendor model, we reduce downtime significantly since we already have standardization in place and likely have materials in stock to begin millwork construction.

Here’s a true story. When the Joplin, Missouri schools were demolished by a massive tornado, they had an extremely tight schedule since schools had to open on time.

We received the first call on Tuesday, June 14th. We jumped in, made site visits, met with contractor’s teams and worked long hours. Drawings were done on napkins and made critical contracting decisions via text messages.

By Monday morning, we had submitted 60 pages of shop drawings. Revisions were made and by Saturday, we were told to proceed with submittals and order materials. Our engineering team was on standby waiting for the go ahead. They went into action. We staffed up and approved overtime for our internal teams.

By July 18th, all product was on the job site and our installation teams were ready to roll. We received a call from the contractor, requesting to add 40% more work to the project. We knew we had to make it happen. We put together a plan and got the job done on time. The entire project was completed in 54 days from start to finish.