Founded in 1993, John Reuther commenced his own cabinet making business, working from a small workshop in Edwardstown. With John’s commitment to the customer, his integrity and workmanship, the business quickly expanded and lead to the new company John Reuther Cabinet Makers P/L being formed in 1999. With the growth in opportunities, the company required larger workshop facilities and in 2002 relocated to Thebarton, with over 1800m2 of floor space.
Continued growth of the business and the expanding nature of work performed has recently resulted in the decision to trade under the name JRCM Commercial Joinery. This name change coincides with another relocation of workshop facilities, expanding the footprint to 4,000m2 at Dudley Park.
Our modern workshop is equipped with the latest equipment and machinery required to produce high quality joinery solutions. We are able to source and work with any type of timber including veneers and laminates, and any other materials required including concrete, stainless steel, upholstery, stone and glass. We use the latest specialist drawing packages that interface directly to our CNC machine, ensuring complete accuracy and efficiency.
Our state of the art spray booth is vital to achieving the quality finishes we insist on. Whether it be paint, lacquer, polish, 2 pack polyurethane or stain. We are able to produce the look you want and a finish that is first class.
JRCM Commercial Joinery has established a reputation for producing high-quality design solutions that meet the needs of small and large-scale projects regardless of the size or scope of the project. Whether you require new gaming machine bases, a reworked bar, coffee station, wall paneling or a total refurbishment, we have the expertise and team to help you achieve your vision and make it a reality.
Some of the projects, JRCM Commercial Joinery has completed include, Tower 8, Workcover, Flinders Cancer Research Centre, Port Lincoln Hotel, The University of Adelaide Learning Centre, Christian Brothers College and more recently, The Adelaide University Braggs Building, University of SA Learning Centre, The Shepparton Law Courts and the landmark Adelaide Oval.