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The San Francisco Plantation Historic Preservation Project

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SAVING HISTORY FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS THE SAN FRANCISCO PLANTATION 2646, Louisiana 44 Garyville, LA 70051 (985) 535-2341 Owner: Marathon Oil Company, Oil Refinery General Contractor: Collums Construction Project Manager: Hal Collums, Collums Construction  Construction: The original house was built in the late 1820’s according to historical records. Around 1850, the San Francisco Plantation came under […]

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Heart Pine Flooring

Central City Millwork’s reclaimed flooring department produces high quality heart pine flooring in grades varying from a premium grade quarter-sawn red, to a rustic antique yellow such as the images below. Classic Grade: A traditional Reclaimed Heart Pine flooring. This grade offers an outstanding combination of the elegant beauty of the pine grain, along with the […]

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New Cabinets, Old-style Craftsmanship

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CAD (computer-aided design) plus a CNC (computer numerical control) router equals optimum kitchen cabinet craftsmanship.

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New Orleans Windows: Stock or Custom?

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If your choice of windows is driven by cost savings, then stock windows may be satisfactory for your needs. On the other hand, if your home is likely to remain in your family for generations and/or you want to add resale value then custom windows may be best for you.

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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 Counter

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For the Port Sulphur job, 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 Thermwood CNC router to be cut. After cutting the pieces on the machine they are assembled in our […]

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Port Sulphur Custom Millwork Oculus

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The oculus in the attic was a very special item to create and ultimately went without a hitch. Well, almost. When Central City Millworks went to install it, we were surprised to find out that even the tallest man lift we could use was still not tall enough.

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