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Quaker Expansion

Eldon Update | November 2019

There is little left to have to imagine as the Quaker Windows & Doors plant location in Eldon, Missouri is reaching the finalization stages on the exterior. The steel structure is complete [...]

Eldon Update | October 2019

Progress is moving right along in Eldon, Missouri as construction crews begin putting on the roof. Wall panels are up on several sides, and windows are in as well. Additionally, [...]

Eldon Update | Sept. 30, 2019

Windows are in, and roofing has begun. The site area around the building is also being prepped for future additions to come. #buildingforthefuture #eldonupdate   

Eldon Update | Sept. 2019

With a flurry of activity, construction crews are more than 3/4 of the way completed with the steel frame for the new Quaker Windows & Doors plant located in Eldon, Missouri. [...]

The Future of Quaker is Growing | Eldon 2020

Progress is moving right along with the newest Quaker Windows & Doors location in Eldon, Missouri. Steel is up and completed along one whole edge of the upcoming building, and soon [...]

The Steel is Rising | Eldon

The steel structure has begun to rise over the concrete floors at the new Quaker Windows & Doors location in Eldon, MO. We are excited about the prospects of beginning [...]

Eldon Update – July 2nd, 2019

Excitement is growing as crews are hard at work and progress is starting to show at the new Quaker Windows & Doors - Eldon location. Concrete footers are poured and [...]

A view from above | Eldon Campus

From high in the sky, we get a glimpse of the progress on Quaker Windows & Doors' new Eldon, Missouri campus. It may be hard to tell from this elevation [...]

Gov. Parson | Job Training & Infrastructure are MO Top Priorities

Jan. 16, 2019 - Quaker Windows & Doors was excited to learn about Governor Mike Parson's plans for MO in his State of the State address last night. We are [...]

Breaking Ground in Eldon, MO | Quaker Windows & Doors

November 1, 2018 - It may have been a cold and rainy morning, but that didn't stop more than 100 people from gathering in a open field in [...]