Bill Hinson is the Chairman & CFO of CDC Woodworking. He is the lead designer of cabinetry and millwork packages, and manages all accounting aspects of the company.

Bill was born and raised in Pensacola, Florida until attending the University of Florida in 1972. He completed his residency in the Department of Ophthalmology at UF in 1981, and began his surgical practice as a sole practitioner in Pensacola, in that same year. He continued to grow his practice, now known as Center for Sight, to 6 Ophthalmologist, and over 50 employees before retiring from his role as Managing Partner of the practice in 1999.

Bill began woodworking when he was 12 and restored antiques while attending UF. Upon his return to Pensacola, he completed construction of 5 of his personal residences, including all of the interior millwork and cabinetry. Because of his extensive experience with woodworking, he was frequently asked to do specialty woodworking projects out of his home shop. As a result, CDC Woodworking hired its first employee and began commercial operations in 2004. Since starting CDC, he has completed the design and overseen construction by the CDC staff, of some of the finest kitchens and homes on the Gulf Coast.


Matt Hinson is the President of CDC Woodworking. He has primary oversight of production operations, CNC coding, construction, and installation of all jobs.

Matt was born and raised in Pensacola, Florida, and attended the University of Colorado in 2002. He graduated from CU in 2006, with a business degree and moved to Jacksonville, where he met his wife Stephanie. He joined Piper Jaffray, a publicly traded investment banking firm located in Minneapolis, MN, for whom he raised over $2.5 Billion originating national tax-exempt bond issuances, and assisted in the creation of two private equity funds that actively purchase privately placed securities today.

Matt began woodworking at the age of 5 building cabinetry and millwork with his father for their home in Garcon Point. He also worked with Bill to complete 4 additional homes that they would call home. In 2014, he returned to Pensacola to work with his father and help grow CDC. In 2015, CDC completed more than 30 projects for its clients.


Steve is responsible for construction of non-cabinetry specialty items and millwork for CDC, and has worked with Bill Hinson since 2004. He has been in woodworking for over 30 years and is a well-known for his custom pieces and turnings nationally. One of his many accolades is his completion of the mold used for the columns on Main Street USA at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World. Prior to joining CDC, he was a shop foreman at AST, and attended the Molder School to become an expert in millwork creation and operations.


Dusty is the primary CNC operator at CDC and oversees cabinetry and paint processes. Dusty worked in construction with his father at a young age. Prior to joining CDC, he worked with the Armored Frog company building furniture.


Bill Canning is responsible for installation of all CDC jobs. He is a cabinetry expert with over 25 years of experience. He owned his own cabinet operation prior to the recession of 2008, after which he joined CDC.

CDC Woodworking also employs a variety of other employees, including finishers, cabinet builders, millwork specialists, and other woodworkers who are responsible for creating our products.

Our shop is truly one of a kind. Our automated processes and machinery allow us to remain efficient and cost effective so that we can deliver a drastically superior product at an affordable price.