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New England-based distributor F.W. Webb has extended its partnership with MLB’s Boston Red Sox, which included a recent renovation of the club’s family restrooms at Fenway Park. The family restrooms now offer an enhanced family and environmentally friendly atmosphere with products supplied by Frank Webb’s Bath Center.
Restroom updates feature high-efficiency toilets and hands-free faucets from TOTO, as well as EcoPower flush valves and wall-mounted sinks. Framed photos of families at Fenway adorn the walls along with plaques that read, “This Restroom Was Designed for Your Family by Frank Webb’s Bath Center.” Additional upgrades include custom “Green Monster Green” safety grab bars by Ponte Guilio and a Woodpro vanity. The renovated restrooms are located at the Home Plate Grandstand, Gate E and the bleachers.
“The family restroom renovations provide easy access to the facilities for families of young children as well as physically challenged individuals,” said F.W. Webb President Jeff Pope. “These renovations will not only add to the comfort and aesthetics of the family restrooms, the fixtures will also help conserve water, reduce energy use and provide a cleaner, more sanitary bathroom for fans through hands-free operation. As a family-oriented company, we’re pleased to be involved with Fenway Park in this unique way.”
Frank Webb’s Bath Center is the retail division of F.W. Webb, the Northeast’s largest wholesale distributor. The company has been the Red Sox’s official distributor of plumbing, heating, cooling and industrial supplies since 2006.
“For seven years, F.W. Webb has been a tremendous partner and we are thrilled to build upon our relationship with the renovation of the family restrooms,” said Troup Parkinson, the Red Sox’s senior vice president of corporate partnerships.