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Commercial | COLONIALWEBB
COLONIALWEBB USES PREFABRICATION TO INCREASE EFFICIENCY. BY JANICE HOPPE-SPIERS
ColonialWebb serves mechanical
contracting, HVAC and industrial
* Headquarters: Richmond, Va.
* Employees: 790
* Specia y: Commercial, mechanical and
"It's all about coordinated
procurement and timing of our
fabrication to make it to e
construction ite just in time."
- Bre Mutnick, vice president of construction
rom initial design to completion,
ColonialWebb offers a turnkey
construction experience for its
clients. The company prides itself
on having the expertise to take on any
new construction challenge, including 600
Canal Place, which will be Richmond, Va.'s
Celebrating its 45th anniversary this year,
the Richmond, Va.-based company began in
1972 as Colonial Mechanical and specialized
in HVAC. First Energy acquired the company in 1998 along with Webb Technologies,
which eventually resulted in the formation
of ColonialWebb. In 2010, ComfortSystems
USA Inc., a Houston-based provider of commercial, industrial and institutional HVAC
services, acquired ColonialWebb.
Today, ColonialWebb serves mechanical
contracting, HVAC and industrial refrigeration customers in Virginia, Maryland North
Carolina and South Carolina. With eight
operations locations and more than 750 em-
ployees, the company and history continues
to grow and embrace a changing industry.
"ColonialWebb remains committed to
delighting clients, fulfilling employees needs
and providing quality work," the company
says. "Our tremendous growth is a direct result of that quality work and from successfully expanding services to existing customers
and attracting high-quality companies into
our network of subsidiary companies."
Vice President of Construction Brett
Mutnick came to ColonialWebb 21 years ago
after graduating from Georgia Institute of
Technology with an engineering degree. "At
the time it was Colonial Mechanical and it
was a good opportunity to be a business operator and use my engineering background,"
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