About Oregon Lumber

For over 50 years Oregon Lumber Co. has supplied quality wood flooring to create or remake some of America’s greatest commercial and residential spaces. Our approach to creating wood floors is simple. We match the people and companies with the wood floor that best establishes the atmosphere they wish to convey. With equal consideration for aesthetics and durability; we help create an environment that is both pleasing and functional. We see each new room, performance hall, or building as an opportunity to bring warmth and creativity to life.

Our manufacturing techniques range from small to large. With the availability of new wood species, new finishes and new manufacturing process, the possibilities are endless.
Architects and designers currently specify Oregon Lumber product for Performing Arts Centers, Museums, Corporate offices, Factories, Retail stores and Residences across the country.

Oregon Lumber products can be found in buildings including: Architect Richard Meyer’s Getty Center in Los Angeles, Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles, the American Folk Art Museum in New York City, the Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts, the new Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia, the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s summer auditorium, Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood, MA., Lincoln Memorial Library in Springfield, Illinois, Carnegie Hall, New York and a major remodeling of the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.

Oregon Lumber Products have been chosen for many diverse Commercial and Residential applications. For more information contact Oregon Lumber Company at 800-824-5671.