We take your ideas from concept to completion,
embracing fine craftsmanship in every detail.
We’re involved in every project we undertake, working personally with clients and our team of exceptionally skilled craftsmen and designers who combine time-honored traditions with the latest in technology to produce high quality custom architectural millwork. From shop drawings to final installation, we are committed to serving our clients with integrity and an unwavering commitment to quality.
I’d like to express my appreciation to your team at Eisenhardt Mills. The work done for us at our New Hope project was exceptional. From the shop drawings through to installation the experience was terrific. I know I speak for my entire company when I say we look forward to our next project together.
John W. Flower
Our company is built on decades of attention to detail,
fine craftsmanship and artisanship, and expert, efficient execution.
Amanda Zimmerman, President, with her dad and Owner, Donald W. Lockard.
Eisenhardt Mills has decades of experience in fine craftsmanship and specific expertise in high-end residential building, high-end commercial projects, and historical restoration. We have been building stable, reliable relationships with our clients for nearly 80 years. The company began with William Eisenhardt, when he left Fitzgerald Speer Lumber during the Great Depression and opened a modest shop called Eisenhardt Mills. His outstanding integrity and work ethic helped him build a strong reputation among customers and within the building industry.
Eisenhardt Mills has been passed down through generations of the Eisenhardt Family. Grandson Donald W. Lockard is the current owner while his daughter (and William’s great-granddaughter) Amanda Zimmerman is transitioning to CEO. The company continues William’s legacy as an extremely reputable and upstanding family-run business working on projects from the Northeast Coast down to Florida, St. Maarten, and St. Louis.
Fun Fact: Eisenhardt Mills was part of the war effort with creating Block and Tackle and Ammunition boxes during WWII.
Now that the Immanuel Church reconstruction is almost complete, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and your company for your enormous contribution to the success of the project. Without good millwork, this project would not have had much impact; the millwork you have produced is of furniture quality and I’m sure will be admired for years to come.David Hollenberg
Eisenhardt Mills understands the careful planning, coordination, and special craftsmanship that is required to bring historic buildings back to their original grandeur. Over the years, we have been entrusted with the restoration of some of the most iconic structures in the United States. We offer extensive experience in this market.
“A Perfect Place” January 2015
“Time Elegance” September 2012
“Finish Line” June 2011
“The Age of Elegance” March 2011
“Modern on Top” October 2006
“In the Coastal Vernacular” December 1990
“Remaking the Mediterranean Style” December 1990
“Luminous Modernism” April 1995
“Manhattan Grandeur” March 1997
“Traditionalism Today” Nov.1997
“Razing Manhattan” Feb 1998′
“Builder + Architect Magazine – Boston” September 2015
“Builder + Architect Magazine – Boston” Feb 2016
We bring a personal and effective approach to every project we work on.