Four months ago, almost to the day, a small electrical fire broke out in the Romtec woodshop. Thanks to firefighters from the Glide Rural Fire Protection District and Douglas County Fire District No. 2 the damage was contained to a small area. The entire shop was gutted to inspect the building integrity and to rewire the building’s electrical. For four months, many individuals at Romtec have been engaged in working to repair the shop, and today, the Romtec woodshop is officially back in business!
Business at Romtec is picking up in preparation for the prime construction months ahead. Having the woodshop open before winter ends gives our production crews a leg up on meeting the schedule demands of our customers. The woodshop offers more comfortable and specialized working conditions during our busiest months of the year. This facility is a tremendous resource for Romtec for manufacturing log structures, trusses, pavilions & roof extensions, privacy walls, tables & benches, and many other wood structures or components. Production hasn’t been impeded during the renovation process, but it is very exciting to have a new, clean, safe, and devoted working space again.
Please contact us if you are interested in our wood structures and components and you will see why Romtec is an industry leader for public restrooms, specialized buildings, and open structures.