Looking to create a great first impression with new clients?

Our design team at Gipman Millwork can do just that!

Our team has been busy designing and manufacturing professional and functional commercial cabinetry for over 40 years. Trust the experts at Gipman Millwork to wow your customers with sleek new interior cabinets that are practical for your staff to work at.

The F.W. Green Clinic moved from their historic building in need of major renovations to the Baker Street Professional Center in downtown Cranbrook to ensure that their patients continued the receive the best care possible.

Our team at Gipman Millwork worked with the staff to maximize their workflows and provide a beautiful and functional reception desk.


In 2010, the East Kootenay Community Credit Union underwent some major renovations and we were ecstatic to be part of their project! Here are just a few photos from the project, taken 5 years later, look how well it holds up to daily use! To take a virtual tour of the space and view more photos and video, click the "See More" button below.


Kootenay Insurance Services got a beautiful face-lift in 2013. Our custom cabinetry includes private cubicles for each insurance agent to work with their clients and a millwork gate to keep private files secure. The reception counter features a curved edge to create ease of movement around the narrow space and tons of shelving and drawers to stay organized. 


When Trent Taylor and Mike Adams re-located to their brand-new office space our team of experienced designers was there to create functional cabinetry that would make the office comfortable and professional with a touch of "WOW!"

The large reception desk comfortably seats both administrators with plenty of space to work without being crammed together. The desk features a raised counter to conceal the work areas and provide a convenient space to work with clients. The reception desk also has tons of storage space for office supplies and files. The desk has a matching storage unit next to the printer for a mess-free space to sort and staple.

To complete their office set is a kitchenette in the lunchroom and large bathroom vanities in each of the restrooms. 


In 2015 the Key City Theatre underwent some exciting changes. Gipman Millwork worked closely with the staff to create a more efficient space for serving audience members during events while keeping the design sleek and modern. The new concession booths now have storage space and lock boxes to assist the volunteers serving.

The materials chosen include high quality and extremely durable wood grain melamine with a vertical pattern as well as custom square edge laminated counter tops that will sustain lots of use. 


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