30 Year Anniversary

July 2nd, 2020
LCCM officially celebrates 30 years of business on July 2nd! Growing from a small shop in Summerville with a few employees to a state-of-the-art 52,000 square foot manufacturing facility averaging almost $8,000,000 a year in annual revenue has been no small feat.

CEO David Stasiukaitis attributes LCCM’s continued success to 30 years of maintaining the highest of quality and best customer service in the industry.

Below is the link to the Charleston Business Journal’s Profiles in Business article:
Profiles in Business

Cheers to the next 30 years of successful business!

Ribbon Cutting

August 24th, 2018
The official Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting for LCCM’s new facility was held today! Over 150 people showed up for the celebration!

Attendees included LCCM team members, family, and many of our partner firms. We also had representatives from Charleston County Council, the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce, Representative Tim Scott’s office, and North Charleston City Mayor Keith Summey and his staff.

Below is a video recap of the event put together by the City of North Charleston.

LCCM is Expanding Operations

March 29th, 2018
Low Country Case & Millwork is proud to announce that we are expanding our operations. Below is the official Press Release from the South Carolina Department of Commerce!

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Low Country Case & Millwork (LCCM), a manufacturer and installer of commercial casework and millwork, is expanding its existing Charleston County operations. The company is projected to bring $7 million of capital investment and create at least 10 new jobs.

Established in 1990, LCCM offers high-end custom cabinetry, architectural millwork and state-of-the-art institutional casework. As a turnkey operation, all company products are manufactured in-house and can be installed by trained field technicians.

Currently located at 3270 Benchmark Drive in Ladson, S.C., the company is constructing a new, 52,000-square-foot facility off of Palmetto Commerce Parkway to accommodate new employees and the capacity for larger projects. Expected to be complete in the second quarter of 2018, hiring for the new positions will begin immediately.

“All of us at LCCM are very excited to move our operations into Palmetto Commerce Park. Our new facility will give us the space we need to achieve greater efficiency and volume. In turn, this will allow us to meet the high demand for our products throughout South Carolina. We are very fortunate to be located in such a business-friendly state that supports job creation and growth.”
–Low Country Case & Millwork CEO David Stasiukaitis

“South Carolina’s workforce continues to exhibit an unmatched level of excellence. As a result, existing firms, like Low Country Case & Millwork, are finding success here and choosing to strengthen their commitment to our state.”
–Gov. Henry McMaster

“South Carolina continues to lead the nation’s manufacturing renaissance with companies of all sizes and types finding success in our state. This expansion by Low Country Case & Millwork is great news for Charleston County and the region, and I’m excited to see what the future has in store for this innovative company.”
–Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt

“Palmetto Commerce Park is becoming a hot spot of business activity, and Low Country Case & Millwork will find great success in their new location. Congratulations on this expansion and thank you to Low Country Case & Millwork for reinvesting in Charleston County.”
–Charleston County Council Chairman Victor Rawl

“We love seeing and celebrating when our homegrown companies achieve great success, as Low Country Case & Millwork has done with their new location in North Charleston. Local entrepreneurs reinvesting in our community bring great benefits to our local workforce and our regional economy.”
–North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey

“For almost three decades, Low Country Case & Millwork has excelled in providing award-winning custom cabinetry and architectural millwork. We congratulate Low Country Case & Millwork on this expansion and look forward to supporting them in their new Palmetto Commerce Park facility.”
–Charleston County Economic Development Executive Director Steve Dykes

SC Biz News – Roaring 20’s

October 14th, 2016

Low Country Case & Millwork has been named one of the 40 best-performing companies in South Carolina for 2016 by SC Biz News.

Twenty large companies and 20 small companies have been named to the statewide Roaring Twenties list presented annually by SC Biz News.  This honor recognizes the state’s best-performing companies based on both dollar and percentage increases in revenue from 2014-2015.

Company size was determined by gross revenue: A small company was considered as having $10 million and under in revenue.  Large companies were classified as having over $10 million in revenue.  Small companies must have had revenues of at least $500,000 each year for the years 2013, 2014 and 2015.

Low Country Case & Millwork was named #8 in the small company category!  Profiles of the winning companies were published in the winter issue of SCBIZ magazine (see link below).  The winners were honored at an event on October 12th at the Marriott Columbia.

FSC® Chain of Custody Certification

May 5th, 2016
Low Country Case & Millwork is pleased to announce it has officially received Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) Chain of Custody Certification!

This internationally-renowned recognition includes Low Country Case & Millwork as one of a small number of FSC® certified casework and millwork manufacturers in South Carolina. This unique certification is effective immediately and allows customers to purchase and receive specially-designated, well-managed wood cabinetry and trim directly from Low Country Case & Millwork.

Some Background Information – Between the forest and the final user, products may undergo many stages of processing, manufacturing, and distribution.  FSC® Chain-of-Custody certification traces the path of products from forests through the supply chain, verifying that FSC®-certified material is identified or kept separated from non-certified material throughout the chain.

Any company in this supply chain, including harvesters, processors, manufacturers, distributors, printers, retailers, or anyone that is taking ownership of the forest product before the end user, needs to be FSC® certified to be able to label or promote their products as FSC® certified.

The Chain-of-Custody process ensures the consumer that the FSC®-certified products they purchase are coming from responsibly managed sources.  For a consumer to purchase an FSC®-certified product, every company that previously had ownership of the forest product material components of the end product would have had to be FSC® certified.