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Armstrong Lumber Co. average salary is $36,319, median salary is $36,000 with a salary range from $34,684 to $38,272.
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34,684
Average
36,319
Median
36,000
High
38,272
Total 2 Armstrong Lumber Co. Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Job Title Salaries City Year More Info
Marketing Research Analyst 34,684-36,000 Auburn, WA, 98001 2010 Armstrong Lumber Co. Marketing Research Analyst Salaries (2)
Armstrong Lumber Co. Auburn, WA Salaries
International Business Development Specialist 38,272-38,272 Auburn, WA, 98001 2010 Armstrong Lumber Co. International Business Development Specialist Salaries (1)
Armstrong Lumber Co. Auburn, WA Salaries
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Armstrong Lumber Co. Information
  • Armstrong Lumber Co. Inc
  • Industry: Materials/Manufacturing
  • City: Auburn, WA
  • Armstrong was founded in 1952 by Richard C. Armstrong, Sr. Starting out as a retail lumber yard, Armstrong Lumber Co. Inc. soon began to grow and diversify into other areas. The retail lumber yard eventually gave way to a new revolutionary concept in home construction - pre-manufactured building components. Wall panels and roof trusses built in a controlled plant situation, along with a custom cabinet shop and a door and millwork shop, became the operation which is known today as the ArmSystem. Today, with our expanded facility and full use of our 10-acre site, Armstrong has become a leader in