At Fetzer we take on some of the largest woodworking projects in the industry. We want to help you get an idea of the scope of these projects and the processes we've instituted to manage them, so we're happy to introduce our new blog series: The Life of a Project.
For the past 100 years, the company started by Kaspar Fetzer has been producing woodwork of exceptional quality. From a small cabinet shop in downtown Salt Lake City, Fetzer Architectural Woodwork has grown to become one of the largest millworkers in the nation.
From retail stores in China and New Zealand to the LDS Conference Center in our own community, the trademark of Fetzer craftsmanship can be found all over the world.
Over the past 100 years, we have learned a lot about designing and working with wood. Together with architects, designers, and contractors we continue to pioneer innovative uses of the oldest building material known to mankind.
Take the Alice Tully Hall project for example. Never before had a wood veneer been applied to a translucent composite resin that allows for the wood to backlit.