Academic refresh and preservation

Mark Richey Woodworking completed a comprehensive millwork package for the multi-faith Harvard Divinity School that included a mix of traditional and modern spaces preserved, refreshed or built anew.

Classrooms and common areas featured bright, light rift white oak paneling and slating. Chapel space within a century-old hall was made handicapped accessible. Mark Richey also restored historic exterior and interior doors.

The project was designed by Ann Beha Architects and Mark Richey worked with Shawmut Design and Construction.

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A boardroom table that glows

This one-of-a-kind boardroom table glows. Designed by the Spector Group, this 7'-6"w x 27'-6"l rectangular boardroom table features ebonized rift white oak veneer tops, brushed stainless steel edge inlay with a Delrin chair arm protector below, a strip of LED lights behind cast acrylic, over-sized hatch lids and other technology in a riser and opaque urethane tapered pedestal bases. The modern, technology-rich design is a standout.

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Choose green

Mark Richey Woodworking and WallGoldfinger Furniture’s Newburyport, Mass., factory is powered by a wind turbine and a roof full of solar panels. Manufacturing waste is collected all year and burned in a biomass furnace during the cold weather months for heat. These green manufacturing efforts date back decades, making the company a recognized leader in sustainability, then and now.