Category Archives: Completed

Millwork for a Metairie Louisiana Church

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A Metairie, Louisiana church contracted our mill work company to fabricate an intricate screen for their organ room

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Galatoires 33 Gets New Custom Millwork

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Our millwork company completed an extensive renovation of the historic French Quarter restaurant, Galatoire’s, on Bourbon Street.

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Historic Mansion Turned into a Film Studio

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A historic New Orleans mansion was transformed into a state-of-the-art film studio with millwork by our mill work shop.

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Cherry Casework Replication for Local Hotel

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Central City Millworks’ CNC router made replicating cherry cabinets for a New Orleans area hotel an automated and precision project.

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Dirty Heart Pine for a New Orleans Cafe

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Reclaimed heart pine flooring and casework provided an attractive finish to a New Orleans cafe and doing so by building green.

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Andrew Wilson: Historic Renovation in New Orleans

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The preservation of Andrew Wilson Elementary School in New Orleans resulted in an award for Central City Millworks.

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AIA Award of Merit

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We mentioned in a previous post that Central City Millworks and Hal Collums Construction recently won an Award of Merit from the local chapter of the American Institute of Architects. Here are a few finish photos from that award winning project. If you would like additional information about the project please feel free to read […]

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Central City Millworks goes back to school!

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Central City Millworks Brings New Orleans Millwork to Port Sulphur

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The Port Sulphur Government Building was damaged significantly by Hurricane Katrina. CCM was chosen millworks contractor.

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Port Sulphur Pass-through Window

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Central City Millworks fabricated cabinets and countertops for two separate break rooms, a pass-through window, and a service counter. They were all designed on the computer, and then sent to our CNC router to be cut.

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