Woodgrain Millwork, a family-owned and operated company headquartered in Idaho, will expand its door and window component manufacturing facility in Smyth County, Virginia, Gov. Terry McAuliffe announced on Monday.  The company will create 17 new jobs.

Woodgrain Millwork will invest $1.86 million in site improvements and equipment needed to build an 18,000-square-foot addition to its mill in Marion, Va.  The company’s primary products will be exterior door frames, brick mouldings and doorjambs.

“Woodgrain is excited to be building on the strong tradition of wood manufacturing in Smyth County,” said Robb Hitch, Eastern Regional Manager for Woodgrain Millworks. “This 18,000-square-foot addition will allow us to grow our business and continue to be a vital part of the Southwest Virginia economy.”

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