Our History

Since our inception in 1977, Mincey Marble has been committed to the advancement of our industry by incorporating the latest technological advancements, the creation of exceptional designs, unsurpassed product innovation and excellent customer service. 


August 17, Kenneth Mincey, with the support of his wife JoAnn and sons Kevin and Roger, opens a new manufacturing facility in Gainesville, GA, called
Mincey Marble Manufacturing.

Mincey begins serving the high-end residential markets in Atlanta and the surrounding area. The original building is a 3800 sq. ft. block building on 2 acres, located at 4321 Browns Bridge Road.


Mincey completes our first expansion, adding 28,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space and completing a renovation of our corporate office.


Whirlpool tubs are a large part of our early business. Our boom truck made the delivery and installation much easier. We also start producing vanity tops for a variety of hotels in the hospitality market.


Mincey Marble celebrates 10 year anniversary


The installation of a new innovative conveyor system cuts production and lead time in half. Mincey expands into North and South Carolina, distributing products through a network of Kitchen and Bath dealers.


Mincey makes the decision to begin moving away from the individual residential market.


Mincey Marble becomes a specified supplier for its first national hotel brand.

Property is purchased a mile from the main plant, and a second manufacturing facility is completed exclusively for the production of panel surrounds .


Mincey Marble celebrates 20th anniversary 

Mincey completes its move from the high-end residential markets,focusing all its efforts on the commercial hospitality industry. It isn't long before Mincey becomes known as the leader in the Commercial Cast Marble business.


Mincey continues its expanson into the commercial hospitality market, becoming specified by two more national brands. Continuous casting machines are added to the production line, replacing the small batch mixing and hand pouring process.


Mincey completes a 20,000 sq. ft. manufacturing addition just before the 9/11 tragedy hits and the economy weakens. 


Mincey designs and produces its simulated tile line of tub and shower surrounds taking the market by storm.

For the first time, the hotel industry could get the look and feel of tile with little to no maintenance.


Mincey celebrates its 30 year anniversary with the purchase of our first CNC machine for mold design.


Mincey completes construction on a major office expansion in the middle of the Great Recession of 2008-2009. 


After 35 years, Kenneth Mincey announces his retirement, and Donna Mincey steps in to fill the role of
President and CEO.

Mincey designs and manufactures the first trench drain shower pan line. This changes the look of shower pans for most of the Hospitality Market in North America.


Mincey completes construction on an additional 30,000 sq. ft. warehouse.


Mincey completes construction on a new manufacturing addition. With this addition, our production area contains over 200,000 sq. ft. of space.


We lose our beloved co-founder JoAnn Mincey on April 18th.


Mincey celebrates 40th Anniversary and announces plans to relocate all existing production and corporate office facilities to a new 80 acre site at the Gainesville Business Park, in Gainesville, Georgia.


In July, Mincey begins production on its new 350,000 sq.ft. facility.


Mincey relocates its corporate offices to its new 30,000 sq. ft. facility. There are now a combined 380,000 sq. ft. of manufacturing and corporate facilities at the new site.


The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) global pandemic leads to a worldwide social and economic disruption, including the largest global recession since the Great Depression.


We lost our beloved founder Kenneth Mincey on
February 19th.