D&L continues its dedication to its home town community of Crown Point Indiana at the Bulldog Park Ice Rink. The newly established ice rink and summer center have quickly become a popular landing point for citizens of Crown Point and surrounding communities in the area.
Chicago’s One Bennett Park is a 66 story tower that is beautifully designed, creating a unique immersive experience and sets a new benchmark for residential living. D&L wood work is featured prominently throughout 15,000 square foot of lobbies and amenity spaces.
This article was featured in the Fall 2019 issue of Design Solutions Magazine.
D & L Wood Products, Inc. has been selected for the 2019 Best of Crown Point Award in the Professional Services category by the Crown Point Award Program.
Crown Point Award Program Honors the Achievement.
Bob Ligda’s artistry is seen and enjoyed by hundreds, if not thousands, of people every day, but unless they’re architecture nerds, they’ll never know who’s behind such grand displays.
This article was featured in the September 2017 issue of Made in the Suburbs.
Architectural millwork firm D&L Wood Products Inc., located in Crown Point, IN, recently announced plans to break ground on a 30,000-square-foot expansion.
This article was featured in the August 2015 issue of Hardwood Magazine.
Known for its luxury, highly custom and detailed architectural millwork, D&L Wood Products, based in Crown Point, IN, is planning a 30,000-square-foot plant expansion.
This article was featured on August 4, 2015 on The Woodworking Network.
The newest, largest hotel in Austin, Texas – the JW Marriott at Second Street and Congress Avenue – opened its doors in mid-February. The one million square foot, $300 million design process started in early 2011, ending with a 34-story high-end, unique meeting and destination venue.
This article was featured in the 2015 Summer issue of Design Solutions.
The existing business is about 17,500 square feet with 6,000 square feet for storage. The new building will be a total of about 25,000 square feet and be built at a cost of about $2 million. Engineering consultant Jeff Ban, of DVG Inc., in Crown Point, said it will take another 30 to 60 days to complete the sale’s closing, and the goal is to open the new building in the spring.
This article was featured in the July 13, 2015 issue of The Times.
If we have five or six hotels going on at the same time, which is about average for us, we need additional storage space when its all built,” Ligda explains. “And this will help us with storage space and production space and work flow.” The materials handling system also will give D&L the capability of adding more production capacity, depending on the job.
This article was featured on July 11, 2015 on The Woodworking Network.
Hostels could open a new niche in architectural interiors, with accommodations aimed at Millennial travelers, who prize trendy designs of urban reclaimed wood, or gloss panel chic.
This article was featured on May 27, 2014 on The Woodworking Network.
Known for its high-end, museum quality architectural millwork projects, D&L Wood Products can trace its humble beginnings back to 1992, a tool box and a one-car garage.
This article was featured on April 30, 2014 on The Woodworking Network.
D&L Woodworking has won the AWI Award of Excellence and was featured in the Fall 2013 issue of Design Solutions magazine for our work on 500 Lake Shore Drive.
This article was featured in the 2013 Fall issue of Design Solutions.
D & L Wood Products Inc., 615 N. Indiana Ave., plans a 6,000-square-foot office building at the site, owner Bob Ligda said. An existing structure at the site is being demolished to make way for the new building, Ligda said.
This article was featured in the September 17, 2011 issue of The Times.
If you’re looking for a fresh example of the old phrase, “good things come in small packages,” then meet D&L Wood Products, Inc. The Northwest Indiana-based company, which designs, fabricates and installs custom architectural millwork and casework for commercial properties.
This article was featured in the March/April 2011 issue of Building Indiana magazine.
I started with no money but a father who helped me out and asked for nothing in return,” Ligda said. “People underestimate the importance of what passion will do for success.”
This article was featured in the May 1, 2011 issue of The Times.