We have assembled a great group of folks who are highly skilled, experienced, creative, and professional – not to mention just plain nice to work with. (If we do say so ourselves.) We keep our promises and don’t quit until you’re completely happy with the results.
Kick the tires! The best way to see what we’re all about is to visit our beautiful showroom in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Check out our huge selection of samples. Test cabinet doors and drawers. Pretend to cook (or do the dishes if that’s your thing) in our full kitchen displays. And chat with our friendly team members who will gladly answer all your questions.
Scott Tregembo – Cabinets, architectural woodwork, guitars, golf — especially “the woods” – Scott Tregembo has a passion for all things wood and it shows. He’s been crafting cabinets and architectural woodwork for more than 30 years and the beautiful results have been featured in national publications including Better Homes and Gardens and Builder/Architect. Scott also gives back to his profession as an active member of the Architectural Woodworking Institute.
Toni Tregembo – Toni crunches the numbers in payables and keeps the ACB team working smoothly. That’s where her long career in education comes in handy. When she’s not managing the books, Toni spends time with her family, skis, and hits the links with Scott.
Shelly Harwood – Shelly uses her extensive background in contract administration and construction management to keep people, projects and accounting on track at ACB. She has been active in the construction community for years and has served on the board of the Architectural Woodworking Institute. Shelly loves spending time with all five of her kids – two sons and three dogs—and, occasionally, perfecting her karaoke skills.
Gary Harwood – Gary has been a highly respected member of the woodworking industry for years. He has helped lead our company, applied his vision and skilled craftsmanship to countless projects, and as a Project Manager is a pleasure to work with as he has the ability to approach even the most challenging project with a positive, can do perspective. Gary has served several terms as a member of the board of the Architectural Woodworking Institute, most notably as Vice President and President.