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Green Leaf Construction Begins Renovations for F.W. Webb in Salem

Salem, Mass. Green Leaf Construction has begun renovations at F.W. Webb’s Salem, Mass. location, located at 295 Bridge St.

F.W. Webb's Bridge Street warehouse ca. 1950

The F.W. Webb Company has a long history in the city of Salem, starting with their first location over 70 years ago on Endicott Street. In the early 1950s, F.W. Webb relocated to the Bridge St. location, shown in the circa 1950 image (right) in order to accommodate construction of a railroad station on Endicott St. Little has changed with the Bridge Street building since that time, as F.W. Webb has continually served residential and commercial contractors in the Salem community, offering plumbing, heating, HVAC, PVF products as well as related equipment and supplies.

The renovation of the 43,950 square foot masonry building will incorporate new office space, a larger warehouse, and an open concept wholesale customer area.

“This project will not only boost F.W. Webb’s efficiency by making the most use of their building space, but should simultaneously improve their customer’s experience” says Green Leaf Project Executive, Daniel Spinney. “The renovated store will have additional counter space for customer transactions, as well as a new five-story stair connecting the warehouse and office space. Additionally, use of exterior space will be optimized with a new parking lot, accessible entrance ramp and sliding entry door. Overall, this project gives one of F.W. Webb’s first locations a facelift, while extending the life of one of the city’s landmark buildings.”

Construction is expected to be completed in November.

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