84 Lumber, supplier of building materials, has announced their latest expansion plans with several new stores and a component plant to open in California.
The new locations, part of 84 Lumber’s growing footprint in the west, include new stores in Stockton, Lancaster and Riverside (site of old Champion Lumber). Plans also include a truss plant in Bakersfield, as well as a framing yard there.
These new sites, along with already established stores in Bakersfield, Clovis and Beaumont – will bring 84 Lumber’s presence to eight locations in the state.
84 Lumber will also be expanding a component plant in Yuma, Ariz., to service southern California, as well as a store planned for Reno, Nev., and another store in the Salinas/California coastal area.
84 Lumber operates a total of 310 facilities which include 234 stores, 14 component manufacturing plants, 28 engineered wood product (EWP) centers and 34 door shops.