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Architectural Millwork Firm Invests $1.47M to Add Home Building Business


October 22, 2021 | Bill Esler

Gordonsville, VA – Worthington Architectural Millwork will invest $1.473 million over the next three years to expand its manufacturing operation and build a plant for its newly-launched home building business.

Based in Gordonsville, VA, Worthington Architectural is a SWaM Certified Small Woman-Owned Business specializing in high-end residential custom cabinetry, custom millwork, commercial interiors, and museum exhibit fabrication.

The expansion is expected to create 26 new jobs over the next three years. Worthington Architectural Millwork’s sister company, Seabury Moore, LLC, incorporated in April and specializing in high-end custom home building, will locate in a 20,000-sq.-ft. building to be constructed on a five-acre site located nearby.

Work-in-progress at Worthington Architectural Millwork.

The Orange County, VA Economic Development Authority incentivized Worthington to keep its operations in the county by offering a discounted land sale in exchange for a $1.473 million investment.

“We are thrilled 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,” says Alycia Worthington, majority owner of Worthington Architectural Millwork. “My business partner and I intend to bring organization, efficiency, and effectiveness back to the general contracting process. As strong female leaders it is our hope to attract capable women and men to mentor within both businesses.”

Laminate casework production at Worthington.

Worthington says her firm relies on precision software to streamline project processes and to maintain a high level of quality. “By linking our office to the shop floor and our commitment to CNC technology we have a greater amount of quality control throughout the entire project,” Worthington says. “The upfront attention to design and programming produce a streamlined fabrication method.”


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