Simply stated, "diversification" is the one word that separates Richardson Contract from our competitors.
Whether they are small, medium or large, we are structured to take on projects of any size.
Our diverse manufacturing capabilities allow for the fabrication of table tops ranging from the basic commodity to the most custom exotic conference table. In addition, we produce three dimensional furniture such as lecterns, credenzas, occasional furniture, parsons tables, cabinetry, store fixtures and more.
All of our products can be produced in high pressure laminates and veneers of any species.
In addition, we can add value with such complimentary products as hardwoods, solid surface, quartz, granite, glass, metal components, signage, power/data and more.
Whereas finishing capabilities are often a weak spot for our competitors, this is an area in which we excel.
We market our skills and strive to develop long term partnerships tailored to your specifications.
When you combine our range of capabilities with our professional staff, add in extremely competitive pricing and high quality expectations, you will find that Richardson Contract offers the best all around value in the woodworking industry as an OEM source of supply.
Care. Commitment. Skill. Craftsmanship.
From the design all the way to the packaging.
At Richardson Contract Furniture, it is our people who set us apart. We have a staff of professional veterans with longevity in the industry that provide world-class customer service, dynamic engineering, dedication to your satisfaction, and much more.
While many things have changed over the years, we still believe that the people at Richardson Industries are the key to turning out the finest quality product.
Our Company History
Established in 1848, Richardson Industries is one of the oldest family-owned furniture manufacturers in America.
From the early days as a lumber mill, to the days of making cheese boxes and "brawl-proof" tavern chairs, our company has grown into a 300,000 square foot facility with 2 different divisions.
With the needs of the future in mind, we continue to explore ways to provide world class, quality products with a reputation we can stand behind.
1880s - Richardson Employees
Joe Richardson II stands on a chair demonstrating its strength.