Terrance Maloney built his first Shoji while working as a cabinet makers helper in 1982 when he apprenticed with John Massiocchi in Portland, Oregon. Terrance’s task was to find more people who wanted shoji. He did the sales work for the shop and sold Shoji through the local Futon Companies. Several Shoji were built in those days. Terrance went on into Carpentry installing skylights, fences etc. Much later, he dreamed of a company devoted to only building Shoji but was way too busy constructing commercial and residential buildings and paying his dues. A sideline developed building cabinets for the various contractors he worked for. Licensed as a General Contractor in 1994, he built lot’s of wonderful things. Portland Shoji Screen was born out of his success as an independent contractor, following years of working for himself as well as in partnership with numerous other contractors and architects in Portland, Seattle and Bellingham, Washington.
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I design and build all kinds of doors. I can size the sliding doors to any opening.

Zonas de trabajo

Worldwide. I have shipped over 200 jobs and never had any damaged.

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