Rockland County Business Owner Featured on New History Channel

A Rockland County business founder is competing for $ 5,000 in a new competitive History Channel show.

Assembly Required “premiered on History Channel in February and puts three builders across the country to the test, in their own home stores, as they “breathe new life into everyday household items that are in desperate need of repair.”

The competition series brings together “Home Improvement” stars Tim Allen and Richard Karn. The show also features April Wilkerson, a DIY woodworking expert and YouTube star.

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Evan Collier, founder of ARCH Production and Design NYC based in Blauvelt, will appear on Tuesday’s episode “Assembly Required”.

ARCH Production and Design NYC is a manufacturing company that builds sets and environments for film, television, exhibitions, stores, theater and more. The company focuses on sustainable practices and the use of sustainable materials. The organization also contributes to various environmental organizations including Greenpeace, SOUL Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Rainforest Action Network, etc.

Tuesday’s episode, titled “Limber Up,” airs at 10 p.m. on the History Channel. To learn more about ARCH, visit arch-nyc.com.

Heather Clark covers business openings and closings in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties. Keep up to date with the latest comings and goings by joining our Facebook group at What’s going on Westchester, Rockland, Putnam. Contact Clark by email, [email protected]