Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pa. since the company’s founding in 1967.
Millshop and manufacturing facility in Monessen, Pa., opened in 1981. (At this well-equipped 100,000-square-foot facility near Pittsburgh, Wyatt craftsmen produce a wide range of fine architectural millwork – including custom molding, panels, railings, bookcases, and many other items – for all of our projects, regardless of location.)
Operations center / sales office in Philadelphia, Pa., opened in 1985.
The Wyatt Way
Wyatt Incorporated was founded in 1967 and the current management team has been in place since 1970. A family-owned company, Wyatt has grown and prospered over the years because of our strong emphasis on employing good people in all phases of the business, people who are committed to doing superior work for customers.
Everyone promises to do great work on time and on budget, but not everyone delivers. When our people talk about quality, completion dates, and cost estimates, their words are backed up by the Wyatt name and what it represents:
A reputation for top quality and dependability among building owners, contractors, and architects;
A track record of steady growth over several decades;
Countless repeat assignments from satisfied customers both small and large;
Financial strength and stability, which translate into economies and efficiencies for customers;
A deep commitment to striving for economy, quality, and efficiency for every client on every project.
Consistent "Top 20" ranking in ENR for sub-contractors
The Wyatt Difference
Wyatt is one of the few interior construction contractors who craft and install their own millwork, and we "factory finish" our work in controlled conditions at our state-of-the-art woodworking millshop to meet the quality standards of the Architectural Woodwork Institute (AWI).
Wyatt is proud to be a member of AWI’s Quality Certification Program, a quality-assurance tool for designers and specifiers that ensures custom, interior architectural woodwork.
Certification credentials are earned by woodworking firms who, through comprehensive testing and inspection, demonstrate the ability to fabricate, finish and/or install work in accordance with the quality grade criteria set forth in the AWI’s Quality Standards book.
The AWI / QCP is endorsed by the General Services Administration and the American Subcontractors Association.