Kenn Busch of Material Intelligence interviews Brenda Radziwon of Quest and Heather Elkins, director of interior design for the One Chicago development.
Quest Engineering, a maker of custom cabinets and closet systems, has named Brenda Radziwon Director of Sales & Marketing and Brendan Sigler Director of Project Management. Radziwon was previously Key Account Manager for Midwest Multifamily Sales, and has now joined the management team and is responsible for day-to-day operations of all company sales and marketing…
Quest Engineering, a custom cabinet manufacturer based in Richfield, Wisc., is expanding its manufacturing capacity with a new state-of-the-art facility. Quest, founded in 2000, produces custom cabinetry and closet systems under the CABnX, CLOzX, and Euro-LogiX brands, all in the U.S. The new facility will be 100,000 square feet, consolidating three plants into one. The…
At Quest Engineering, teaching young people about the possibilities of manufacturing is a top priority. Quest CEO, Chris Lefeber, sits on the board for technical education at his local high school and has been a long-term advocate for teaching young people the ins-and-outs of the trade. It’s also why the cabinet manufacturer at the opportunity…
The Village Board in Richfield voted unanimously Thursday night on industrial development revenue bonds not to exceed $10 million to finance a project on behalf of Quest Engineering which is looking to build a new 100,000-square-foot facility on 10.5 acres at Richfield Parkway and Endeavor Drive in the Village of Richfield.
Watch Todd Lefeber of Quest Engineering and Rick Hoekstra of Kitchen Ideas Center on Builders Showcase.
Sociology students visited Quest Engineering on April 19, 2018 to learn more about the work people there, the trends in the industry, and the community connections.
Wisconsin cabinet company takes pride in quality, efficiency and adaptability.
Quest Engineering has agreed to donate cabinets and countertops for Richfield’s new central fire station. Ground is expected to be broken on the project this spring. Company President Chris Lefeber said the company decided to help the village with the project by making the donation.
Woodworking firm’s growth connected to maintaining client relationships.
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