A Piece of Cleveland, formed in spring of 2008, uses reclaimed building materials to fabricate fine wooden chairs, tables, cutting boards and wine racks. The company also tackles large custom jobs for local green-minded businesses. Working quickly, deconstruction crews remove 2-by-4s, 2-by-6s, floorboards and interior doors, much of it comprised of sturdy old-growth heart pine. The wood is processed and repurposed at the company's 10,000-square-foot Cleveland warehouse. Each object is accompanied by a "rebirth certificate," a sort of biographical narrative about the source of the material. Piece of Cleveland currently employs six people, but that number is expected to grow as new deconstruction crews are added and the company expands its retail line. The company also draws on a large number of enthusiastic volunteers.