American Hardwood Industries

Headquartered in Waynesboro, Virginia, American Hardwood Industries, (AHI), is one of the leading producers of Appalachian and Northern hardwood lumber, manufacturing more than 110 million board feet annually and shipping to customers throughout the world.

In 2014, American Hardwood Industries became part of the Baillie Lumber family.

Today AHI is comprised of ten of the finest hardwood manufacturing operations in the country, produces approximately 100 million board feet per year and employs over 500 employees in four states.

Augusta Lumber Company

Augusta Lumber Company, a subsidiary of AHI, is located in Waynesboro, Virginia and was originally founded in 1955. The six manufacturing facilities produce over 60 million board feet of grade lumber annually. In addition to producing kiln-dried lumber, Augusta also exports high quality veneer logs and wide plank prefinished hardwood flooring sold under the Monte Bello flooring brand.

Blue Triangle Hardwoods

Blue Triangle Hardwoods, a subsidiary of AHI, is located in south western Pennsylvania and was originally founded in 1970. AHI assumed control of the operation in 1981. The facility produces over 25 million board feet of grade lumber annually with pre-dryer capacity of over 1.6 million board feet and kiln capacity of approximately 1.2 million board feet.

Graham Lumber Company

Graham Lumber Company, a subsidiary of AHI, maintains three separate facilities in Linden, TN, Selmer, TN and Fulton, MS and consists of sawmills, dry kilns and concentration yards. Graham Lumber Company produces some of the finest Appalachian hardwood lumber and specializes in high quality White Oak and Red Oak.

Augusta Surfaces

Augusta Surfaces is a division of American Hardwood Industries (AHI). Augusta Surface’s products are primarily butcher block and other lumber based counter tops. These products are produced within a day’s drive of our upstream lumber manufacturing facilities. Combining the renewable nature of wood, sustainability of the Appalachian region and small carbon footprint of our products means customers can purchase from Augusta Surfaces with a clear conscience. In fact, there are few greener choices.