Merric Millwork and Seating completes Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in Wentzville, Mo.

Merric Millwork and Seating completed a project to handcraft and install lobby casework, cabinets, millwork trim/panels, seating, registration desks and restroom vanities, as well as guestroom millwork for a new, four-story Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in Wentzville, Mo.

Merric's scope of work on the project included providing the new hotel's public space/lobby areas registration and concierge desks, furnishings for the business center, quick print and wall-mounted casework, focal wall with three-form centerpiece, market casework, TV niche with wood paneling surround, and coffee station. The company similarly furnished the buffet area, provided trash/recycle cabinets, lobby trimwork, workroom casework, meeting room casework, breakroom casework, lounge bench seat and wall and restroom vanities.

Additionally, Merric's scope of work for the guestrooms included the addition of Americans with Disabilities Act vanity casework and stained veneer suite soffits for 23 king suites.


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Midas Hospitality of St. Louis, Mo., was the project developer, with Killian Construction of Springfield, M., served as the general contractor on the project. The new hotel is located at 130 Crossroads South Drive in Wentzville, Mo.

Merric Millwork and Seating is a custom woodwork and seating manufacturer with over 24 years of experience. The company specializes in the design, manufacture and installation of custom architectural woodwork, millwork, upholstered booth seating, custom cabinetry, tables, podiums, POS fixtures and deco walls for the restaurant, hospitality, healthcare and education industries. Merric also fabricates all solid surface and plastic laminate countertops, toilet partitions and vanities from its  50,000 square-foot manufacturing facility.

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