84 Lumber, a supplier of building materials and manufactured components, expanded its western division with the opening of a new door shop in Denver, Co. The shop, in Commerce City, Co., is an 81,952-square-foot building staffed by a team of associates able to manage custom or stock interior door needs for single-family and commercial customers.

84 Lumber said the shop will be one of more than 30 across the United States outfitted with top-of-the-line equipment. The Denver shop will fall under the operating portfolio of Pete Cantu, area manager of 84 Lumber’s Western division.

“Our investment in these important markets helps strengthen 84 Lumber’s presence in the Western division,” 84 Lumber chief operating officer Frank Cicero said in a press release. “We are also committed to providing the best service to our customers.

In addition to the door shop, 84 Lumber is working on plans for a bigger store for another Denver shop. The new store will be housed in a 19,431-square-foot building. The dealer has also started construction on a new 18,324-square-foot building in Greeley , Co., with seven acres of rail service. Plans are also in development to open a truss plant in Fort Lupton, Co., by the end of 2024 and a potential second truss plan in Fort Collins. 84 Lumber said it is also evaluating plans to develop into Colorado Springs in the future.

Eighty Four, Pa.-based 84 Lumber currently operates 310 facilities, including 234 stores, 14 component manufacturing plants, 28 engineered wood product centers, and 34 door shops.