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DCI Opens new $11M Facility
Consolidating Operations under One Roof Speeds Shipments

October 6, 2008 FONTANA, Ca. ― DCI has relocated its manufacturing and business operations to the city of Fontana in Southern California, opening an $11 million, 94,000-square-foot facility that reunites the door and the frame departments under one roof for improved efficiency.

The new facility is a showcase for hollow metal and steel doors and windows, with bold angles and shimmering materials manufactured by the company used throughout the building. The relocation to Fontana from Rancho Cucamonga was a coup for the city of Fontana; Door Components employs 150 people in skilled manufacturing and office positions.

Company President Bob Briggs Jr. said, “We didn’t want just the standard tilt-up building. We started by looking at the needs of our customers, which is for quick shipment of custommanufactured products.

Then we looked at what was required in a building in order to develop the efficient and quality operations to meet those needs.” Briggs continued, “This building will allow us to produce in one shift in one building what used to take us two shifts working in two separate buildings. We can double or triple our current output without having to expand or relocate for a long time.”

Briggs served as project manager; Oltman’s Construction Company of Whittier, California was the general contractor.

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