Custom Cabinet Development


Developing Your Idea

Marquis’ engineering department is comprised of a pre-engineering phase, a material acquisition phase, and then a final engineering process. Each leg of the engineering process ensures your project is triple checked with your trades or current plumbing/appliance locations. Marquis receives the schematics for your appliances, plumbing, and other items straight from the manufacturer to fit your cabinetry perfectly when the time comes for our install team to step in. 

Cabinet Layout & Construction: Marquis looks at each cabinet in your layout, makes sure all hinges and glides are constructed, appropriate leg levelers and toe kicks are attached, and the overall box construction is spot on. Our engineering phase also consists of making sure all appliance paneling, stack molding, crown, and crown risers around your cabinetry fit evenly and are consistent with design.

Appliance & Plumbing Specs: Let your project manager know what appliance(s) and sink(s) you’re using throughout your project. Marquis’ engineering team will pull up the manufacturer’s specifications and make sure your cabinets are cut perfectly in the factory to either house your appliance, sink, and electrical. The project managers will work with your trades to relocate if needed.

Here’s a list of how the engineering process works:

  • Pre-Engineering
  • Material Acquisition
  • Cabinet Layout & Build 
  • Appliance Engineering
  • Plumbing Engineering
  • Final Engineering
  • Release To Factory For Production

Virtual Cabinet Analysis

Marquis' engineering department goes through many phases of virtually building your project from doors and drawers, to nomenclature and positioning. Them Marquis checks every measurement and angle to ensure the factory has all the specifications needed, even with added precautions..

Let's Sit Down

Contact our project managers to come in for a full consultation on how Marquis Fine Cabinetry can be the best fit for your kitchen or home.