UFP Industries (formerly Universal Forest Products Inc.) acquired the assets of Quest Design & Fabrication and Quest Architectural Millwork. Houston, Texas-based Quest specializes in designing, fabricating, and installing premium millwork and case goods for a variety of commercial uses, including builder’s sales centers, design studios, hospitality, corporate offices, and health care.

Quest generated approximately $22 million in sales in 2019. CEO and president Jon Deuster will continue to run the company after the deal closes.

“We are very excited to join the UFP Industries family of companies,” Deuster said in a news release. “We share multiple customers, and UFPI’s national footprint will help us grow quickly and better serve existing customers.”

UFP Industries CEO Matthew Missad said Quest fits into the company’s commercial construction business unit, a key component of UFP Industries' construction segment.

“Architectural millwork is part of our growth runway in commercial construction. Their high level of value-add and focus on premium products dovetails with our growth goals,” Missad said. “Their talented leadership team plans to scale this business with existing UFP Industries customers through our existing facilities. Our growth strategies and cultures align very well, and we look forward to working together to quickly improve our businesses.”

Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Universal Forest Products Inc. (UFPI) rebranded as UFP Industries on January 1, 2020, reorganizing itself based around the markets it serves rather than geography. The company said the rebranding would allow a more specialized and consistent sales approach, a more efficient use of resources, and a quicker introduction of new products and services.