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Celebrating Craig Cooper of Rainbow Construction

October 18, 2021 8:58 am Comments Off on Celebrating Craig Cooper of Rainbow Construction
Craig Cooper

For over thirty years Craig Cooper of Rainbow Construction has been building homes in the Greater Portland market. As he approaches his official retirement, Team Hancock wanted to find a way to celebrate his contributions to Maine and our industry,... View Article

Meet Dan Romano aka the “Cabinet Medic”

October 14, 2021 2:27 pm Comments Off on Meet Dan Romano aka the “Cabinet Medic”
Cabinet Medic graphic

Please join us in welcoming Dan Romano to Team Hancock! In this newly created role of “Cabinet Medic”- a new Hancock Time Savings solution -Dan will be working alongside our window service division. As our in-house cabinet medic, Dan will... View Article

Kevin Hancock Honored with Leadership Award

October 8, 2021 12:26 pm Comments Off on Kevin Hancock Honored with Leadership Award
Kevin Hancock

At the end of last month during their virtual annual meeting the Maine Development Foundation (MDF) honored Kevin Hancock with the Kenneth M. Curtis Leadership Award. Each year MDF’s Leadership Maine alumni nominate candidates for the Kenneth M. Curtis Leadership... View Article

Bright Wood Visits and Tours Hancock Lumber Operations

September 29, 2021 9:27 am Comments Off on Bright Wood Visits and Tours Hancock Lumber Operations
Bright Wood team visit

Last month Hancock’s sawmill team hosted our Oregon customer, Bright Wood—and, wow, was it great to have customers back in Maine! Sawmill team members Aaron Schulte, Matt Duprey, and Jack Bowen welcomed members of the Bright Wood team to the... View Article

Supporting Outdoor Activities in our Communities

September 8, 2021 8:25 am Comments Off on Supporting Outdoor Activities in our Communities
Trail Signs

Team Hancock has partnered with local organizations to help support outdoor activities in our communities. Earlier this summer our Kennebunk lumberyard made a donation to the Kennebunk Land Trust. Our team donated material so their organization could create posts to... View Article

Building off a Family Legacy, Hancock Lumber to Acquire Winnipesaukee Lumber

September 7, 2021 3:26 pm Comments Off on Building off a Family Legacy, Hancock Lumber to Acquire Winnipesaukee Lumber
Winnipesaukee Lumber Logo

Hancock Lumber announced today its plans to acquire Winnipesaukee Lumber, an independent, family-owned building materials supplier that has operated in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire since 1985. With a tentative closing date of 11/1/21, the two companies plan to work together in... View Article

“Best Place to Work in Maine” for 8th Consecutive Year

August 24, 2021 1:24 pm Comments Off on “Best Place to Work in Maine” for 8th Consecutive Year

Congratulations to our team of 600 employees for earning the Best Place to Work in Maine accolade for the 8th consecutive year! Team Hancock’s commitment to our best place to work in Maine process directly supports our employee-centric culture and... View Article

Casco Sawmill Underway with Six Major Capital Projects

August 23, 2021 10:42 am Comments Off on Casco Sawmill Underway with Six Major Capital Projects
Casco campus aerial

Capital project planning and reinvestments are a normal part of any given year at Hancock Lumber. Typically, each manufacturing facility will take on at least one major capital project, but for Team Hancock’s Casco sawmill 2021 is a year of... View Article

Hancock Pine Boards Donation Made to Local Chamber

August 6, 2021 2:00 pm Comments Off on Hancock Pine Boards Donation Made to Local Chamber

The Sebago Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce is a community cornerstone utilized by locals and tourists alike. They serve eight towns in the Sebago Lakes region of Western Maine. When they found themselves in need of materials to redo their... View Article

Casco Days 2021 Recap

August 1, 2021 10:27 am Comments Off on Casco Days 2021 Recap

A Casco tradition since 1935, Casco Days returned this year after the pandemic in full force. Closing for the pandemic in 2020 was only the second cancellation of this local tradition since it started 86 years ago! As one of... View Article