Spokane-based window manufacturer Coeur d’Alene Window Co. and sister company McVay Brothers Contractors Inc. have moved their corporate offices into a building at 2205 N. Woodruff, in Spokane Valley.
Coeur d’Alene Window President Mark McVay says the expansion is intended to centralize some operations and free up space for additional growth.
“We moved our accounting team over there because they were scattered all over the place,” McVay says.
Coeur d’Alene Window also recently has relocated its customer service, field service, and finishing divisions into a 15,000-square-foot building at 2210 N. Dollar Road, McVay says.
The company’s specialty window shop also moved into the facility on Dollar Road. McVay says the move was intended to free up some space to continue growth at its main facility at 115 N. Sycamore, in East Spokane.
“It gives us some breathing room,” McVay says. “We were getting pretty close to using up all the space in our manufacturing plant.”
Coeur d’Alene Window’s administrative operations previously were located in that Sycamore Street facility.
The company was founded in the Valley in 1933 as Spokane Valley Insulation & Roofing.
In 2010, Mike McVay, then president of McVay Brothers, founded Coeur d’Alene Window Co. to manufacture vinyl windows.
In addition to the corporate offices, McVay Brothers has a shop at 11724 E. Montgomery, in Spokane Valley. In total, McVay Brothers has 60 employees.
Coeur d’Alene Window’s annual revenue is about $35 million, McVay says. The company has 190 employees in all.
Coeur d’Alene Window plans to hire about 30 additional employees to keep up with demand, McVay says.
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