When Mount Vernon, one of the nations most notable landmarks, needed a partner for remodeling its tourist facilities, they chose Nicewood Enterprises, Inc.; the Fixture Division of David A. Nice Builders. In circumstances where function and the maintaining of historical integrity were of the utmost importance, our fine craftsmanship abilities provided the solution. From our fixture plant, the Nicewood magicians work behind the scenes to produce fixtures that are beautiful and true to a millimeter of their design intent.
Do you often wonder how a new idea for a fixture or display would look and feel in your store or office? Nicewood offers a revolutionary new service that turns your ideas into realities. When you want to know - but will it actually work - before you start; Nicewood will provide a real life prototype complete with shop drawings so you can actually try it on for size.
“We are just wrapping up the paperwork here regarding our new store in Orlando, FL. Marc Rosenblum and I reviewed the final "book" of this job and were very pleased with the thoroughness and detail provided.
The overall experience was a very good one. We look forward to working with you and your team in the future. It looks like our next project will take us to the Seattle Premium Outlet center in Tulalip, WA. We hope to see David Nice Builders participating in the bidding process! Regards,”
Shari Rogers, Clarins Groupe USA
“I am very pleased with everything and I believe that the Archives is as well. The quality of the fixture fabrication and the steadfast engagement of your installation team is exemplary. This is a complex project with a difficult schedule. I personally appreciate the extra effort that it is taking to wrap things up.”
Jim Stokoe, National Archives
I just wanted to let you know that we are very pleased with the craftsmanship of the millwork your team constructed for the Natural History Museum Gallery Store. We have received many compliments so far on the pieces. Thank you for working with us on this project. I look forward to seeing the millwork for Union Station in a few weeks.”