1830s Era Pennsylvania Barn

River-Recovered® Heart Pine Character and Old Florida Breathe New Life into 1830s Era Pennsylvania Barn

The owner of an 1830s-era barn sent us photos of his remodel.  Goodwin provided 2200sf of River-Recovered Heart Pine Character and Old Florida for this adaptive re-use project.  We also milled the heart pine stair treads. Take a look:

We are experts in adaptive re-use. River-Recovered and reclaimed wood can help breathe new life into any historical building. Do you have an adaptive re-use project?  If so, give us a call.  We can help!

 

Join us at IBS!

IBS 2018National Homebuilders Association International Builders Show
January 9th – 11th, 2018
Orange County Convention Center

Please enjoy a free expo pass on us!  All you need to do is register by clicking the link below:

Register here

Please come by and say “Hi”.  We’ll be at booth #S1449.

Come see how our fine antique wood seamlessly blends with the latest styles and designs, adding depth and warmth to any modern setting. We’re ushering in 2018 with install ready products featuring custom colors, textures and environmentally friendly finishes formulated exclusively for Goodwin.

While at IBS, be sure to check out the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University / Daytona State College Solar BEACH (Building Efficient, Affordable, and Comfortable Homes) House which will be on display at the show.  Goodwin proudly donated our River-Recovered® Heart Pine and Heart Cypress to the project.
Project photos

Don’t Forget to Visit Goodwin at AIA!

Carol, Jeffrey and Dan are at the 2017 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Conference Expo in Orlando, Florida today and tomorrow (April 27th and 28th).  Don’t forget to download your free expo pass.  Stop by our both (#1129) to receive a flash drive with two (2) free CEUs.  We will also be conducting live demonstrations on the ease of installing antique heart cypress and heart pine walls and paneling.

You can also register to receive information on our new design contest where one lucky AIA member will receive up to $10,000 of antique wood paneling for their home or office. More exciting details to come….

Hope to see you at AIA!

AIA Pass

 

2017 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Conference

Be Our Guest!

You are invited to be our guest at the upcoming American Institute of Architects (AIA) Conference on Architecture on April 27th – 29th in Orlando Florida.  Just download the courtesy expo pass and follow the online registration instructions.

AIA Pass

Stop by to see us in booth #1129.  We will have live demonstrations showing how easy it is to install our antique heart cypress paneling.  We will also be featuring our new finishes, colors and textures.

Introducing antique wood adds a warm, natural and relaxing feel to any room in your home or office. From sinker cypress paneling and ceilings to heartpine flooring and accents, the use of River-Recovered® and reclaimed wood in contemporary design is on the rise as consumers seek unique and sustainable products to personalize their work and living spaces.  Come see how we can help you upgrade your home or office!

Sustainable, River-Recovered® Heart Pine

Sustainable, River-Recovered® Heart Pine Adds Eco-Friendly Appeal to University of Florida’s Newest Academic Center

Antique Wood Meets Contemporary Design in Highly Anticipated On-Campus Structure

(Gainesville, FL) – Sustainable, River-Recovered® Heart Pine is the focal point of the University of Florida’s (UF) new, world-class, Otis Hawkins Center for Academic and Personal Excellence (Hawkins Center); designed to support and enhance the academic experiences of the university’s athletes. The wood – which encompasses 10,000 square feet of ceiling and wall paneling – was provided by Goodwin Company, pioneers of the River-Recovered® process. Goodwin recovers antique logs from river bottoms – where they have been perfectly preserved for hundreds of years – and mills them into arguably the most beautiful and sustainable wood flooring and paneling in the world.

According to Chip Howard, Executive Associate Athletic Director for Internal Affairs, UF sits upon what once was a vast longleaf pine forest. Longleaf is pinus palustris or “pine of the swamp.” UF Grounds Services uses many native species when planting and several of the new buildings on campus have added young longleaf pines into their landscapes. The incorporation of locally sourced antique heart pine in the Hawkins Center is a nod to the legacy and shared history between UF and that ancient longleaf forest.

“The new Hawkins Center incorporates locally sourced, antique wood into a contemporary design,” explains Howard. “We wanted to build the highest caliber, most unique and modern collegiate academic center to provide all the necessary resources for our students, so Goodwin’s River-Recovered® Heart Pine just made sense. Goodwin is the pioneer in the industry. The sustainability of the wood, coupled with its unmatched quality and remarkable beauty, contribute significantly to the overall aesthetics and appeal of the building.”

This is not the first time Goodwin’s wood has been used on the UF campus. Last year, the company provided their River-Recovered® Vertical Heart Pine, Legacy® Heart Pine and Curly Heart Pine for use in the Dasburg House, home to UF President Kent Fuchs, Ph.D. Goodwin collaborated with an exemplary team of professionals on the Hawkins Center project, including Parrish-McCall Constructors Inc. (project builder), DR Nickelson & Co. (wood installer), Beverly Frank of Gould Evans Architects (specifier of the River-Recovered® Heart Pine) and Chip Howard and his staff.

“Incorporating traditional wood to warm up contemporary spaces is trending,” says Carol Goodwin, President of Goodwin Company. “The Hawkins Center exemplifies the latest and greatest in modern design. We were pleased to have the opportunity to work with such an incredible building design team on this very exciting project.”

The 83,000 square foot Hawkins Center celebrated its official dedication on Monday, June 27, 2016. The center provides UF’s more than 480 student athletes with a study area along with tutoring, academic advising, nutrition, research, wellness, leadership, job placement and other services.

About Goodwin Company
Founded in 1976, Goodwin Company is the building design industry’s trusted partner and preferred resource for fine antique reclaimed and River-Recovered® wood flooring. Goodwin has earned an indisputable reputation for using the strictest grading standards of any company in the marketplace. Additionally, Heritage Wood Finishing Company produces a line of superior finishing and color options formulated exclusively for Goodwin’s “install ready” flooring. Demand for rich, high quality flooring continues to flourish as esteemed architects, designers and builders specify Goodwin’s products for use in luxury residential homes, historical renovations and commercial projects including corporate office buildings, universities, libraries and high-end retail establishments. Prominent work includes: This Old House corporate offices, private residences of Bob Villa, Sir Paul McCartney, Dick Cavett, Frank Lloyd Wright and Ted Turner, Weyland Art Gallery, Brownwood at The Villages, the Charnley-Norwood House, Naples Botanical Garden, University of Florida’s Dasburg House and the Texas Governor’s Mansion. For more information, visit www.heartpine.com

 

Photos by Native House Photography

The Walls are Going Up!

Check out the progress of our new building.  The walls are going up!

We now offer a variety of pre-finish and color choices for our reclaimed wood. This building will allow us to keep more milled product on hand by providing acclimatized storage for engineered and factory finished stock.

Using a custom finish formulated exclusively for Goodwin, our factory finished reclaimed wood flooring and paneling are handcrafted and ready to install.

Contact us today for more information.