About Transom

Transom HPC was founded by Michael Cuba.  Originally from Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Michael moved to Vermont in the mid 90’s where, as a student at Goddard College, he first began to hone his woodworking skills. His career in restoration timber framing began while working at the Institute for Social Ecology with Seth Kelley.  After a few years in the field, they founded Knobb Hill Joinery, focusing on preservation and restoration timber framing while occasionally designing and cutting new structures. He has spent a great deal of time documenting historic buildings, teaching classes, and demonstrating traditional timber framing methods.  After moving back to the Mid-Atlantic, he joined the team at The New Jersey Barn Company as a preservation joiner.  Michael is a member of the Timber Framers Guild, both as an active participant of TTRAG (the Traditional Timber framing Research Advisory Group) in addition to serving on the board of directors.  He is a regular contributor to both Scantlings, the newsletter of the TFG, and TIMBER FRAMING, the Guild's quarterly journal. 

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