THE COMPANY

Our company began in May, 1984, in a rented storage unit under the St. Johns Bridge in Portland. From an early start in motocross, and as a cabinet maker for friends and family, our owner received guidance from his visionary step-dad to build a company that focuses on the manufacture of custom office furniture. St Johns has now grown to be one of the largest office furniture manufacturers in the region, and largest factory in Oregon.

Our commitment at St. Johns is to use sustainable source materials locally whenever possible. We are dedicated to our concern about the environment, and practice recycling efforts in all facets of our facility along with minimizing shipping materials. We believe that each company, and person, makes a difference in this world.

Our dealers are located all over the Pacific NW, in N. California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska. With this broad range of dealers, we ship Nationwide (and Canada) and have numerous contracts with Universities, Municipalities and Corporations throughout the USA. We are proud that our furniture is MADE IN AMERICA!

ENVIRONMENTALLY
FRIENDLY PRODUCTS

COMMITMENT TO
SUSTAINABILITY

MADE IN THE USA

WE BUILD YOUR
DREAM OFFICE

OVER 30 YEARS
OF EXPERIENCE

MISSION: St .Johns understands that business success depends upon balancing economic, social, and environmental objectives. We thrive on customer service, and believe in doing what it takes to make your dream office come true.

QUALITY at St. Johns, is about helping you maximize the layout of what may seem like a limited office space. We build upon that quality while continuing to seek new and improved solutions.

 

TESTIMONIAL

 

Thank you for all that you’ve done for us! We are so impressed with your work. Your suggestions for value engineering, space usage and customization have been incredibly helpful. We will be looking for ways to recommend your business to others! Include us on any reference list you ever need to give! TOP NOTCH!

Amanda Adams Light, Keller Williams Real Estate,
June 20, 2016