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About Us

Learn about how Dallas, Texas, company Faubion Associates Inc. became known worldwide for our retail displays. We have worked with numerous worldwide retailers throughout the years and look forward to serving you with our award-winning offerings.


Humble Beginnings

When our company opened in July 1978, Leo Faubion was working with four employees and a single customer in a space no larger than a garage. While we still service our original customer, we have grown into an internationally recognized architectural millwork and custom fixture manufacturing company with annual sales that exceed $40 million. Since 1978, our company has become nationally and internationally recognized as a premier manufacturer of architectural millwork, retail fixtures, custom casework, international restaurants, retailers, hotels, and graphic displays.

Our Team

As president and CEO, Mr. Faubion is the sole stockholder and is accessible to all of our customers on a daily basis. During peak periods, our staffing has exceeded 500 employees, including engineering and planning, service, installation, and production departments. Our team consists of:

• Leo Faubion, President & CEO
• Tom Prebensen, Vice President
• Monica Munoz, VP-Business Administration & Strategy
• Savannah Lindsay, Senior Accountant
• David Tarbox, Plant Manager
• Jeff Potts, Installation Manager


Our Facilities

We are a fully integrated company with a manufacturing capacity of $1.25 million weekly. Our main facility is located on 29 acres and in nine separate buildings comprising 300,000 square feet. We recently purchased an additional facility three miles from our main facility, comprised of 105,000 square feet in two additional adjacent buildings.

Recognized Work

One of our security cases was used to display the 128-carat Tiffany Diamond, which is one of the largest yellow diamonds in the world. This large diamond was considered a show-stopper among the, "Bejeweled by Tiffany" at the Gilbert Collection in one of the three galleries at the Somerset House on the Thames River in London, England.