navbarHogan Lumber Companyhomewhy use ushistory












John Hogan founded Hogan Lumber Company in Lincoln County in 1874 with eighteen portable sawmills pulled by mules. The sawmills went wherever
the timber was best. Hogan Lumber Company moved to Oglethorpe County under the watch of John's son Boyce Hogan in 1929 in search of better timber, continuing to cut timber, stack it for drying, and carry it
to be milled.

Boyce Allan Hogan moved the business to Athens in 1942. He sold the last sawmill in 1962 and began treating lumber in 1964. Today, fourth generation owner Wayne Hogan operates treatment plants specializing in fire-retardant and water-resistant lumber. Hogan Lumber has a legacy of commitment to the Athens area and pride in our history.


325 Tallassee Road, Athens, Georgia 30604
Phone: (406) 548-2222
Home | Why Use Us? | History

Copyright 2000 All Rights Reserved.
Intelligent Media Ventures, LLC.
history why use us home