Quality and sustainability since 1882
For over 130 years, our customers have appreciated our commitment to quality lumber products, strong relationships, service reliability and responsible forest management.
Hardwood, softwood (SPF), pine and cedar - our finished wood products are consistently on grade and dependable.
Irving lumber can be found in a wide range of home construction, renovation and industrial applications including fencing, flooring, cabinets, furniture, pallets, railroad ties and retail building supply.
We are focused on delivering quality products through continuous investment in our people and the most up-to-date technology. Our sawmills are strategically located in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Maine. We serve the North Eastern United States and Eastern Canada and have the ability to deliver as far south as Florida and well into the American Mid West.
Our lumber products are certified under the rigorous standard of the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI). The lands we own and manage and our forestry activities are also certified under the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) and follow the processes and procedures of the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System.
Lumber products and services include:
- Northern Hardwood
- Softwood (SPF)
- Eastern White Pine
- Eastern White Cedar
- Kiln Dried Shavings
- Transportation & Logistics
Irving lumber and sawmill employees work in some of the most technologically advanced facilities in North America. Our organization is committed to the safety, skill and overall wellness of our employees. We offer competitive wages and benefits, a safe, secure work environment, and exciting challenges every day. Irving lumber and sawmill careers include:
- Process Improvement
- Trucking Owner/Operators
- Harvesting Contractors
Finding a better way
Investing in a Sustainable Future
Our ongoing commitment to investing in people, healthy forests and technology ensures forest products that are world-class - in quality, service, safety and environmental performance. We work with some of the region's best scientists and leading environmental groups.
The results of their research efforts represent best practices for our foresters and harvesters. Biodiversity and forest health are key measures of sustainability along with the growth of trees for jobs and community prosperity.
Current OpportunitiesPlease click on the link below for a complete list of our current job postings.
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