The market's west entrance.
Steve, left, and Rick - market leaders.
Dave, manager of the front end of the market.
Fred adjusts a bin in Bulk Foods.
Town & Country Market in Winslow is where it all began. It was definitely showing its age when we launched our remodel project in January 2014. It took 14 intense months – during which the market remained open – to transform it into a larger, updated and renewed market with improved layout and flow, increased seating and many new features.
Soon afterward, the market was awarded LEED® Gold from the US Green Building Council (USGBC) for achievements in the building and operation of this downtown fixture.
LEED – Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design – is a rating system developed by USGBC for buildings, homes and communities that are designed, constructed, maintained and operated for improved environmental and human health performance.
“Using the LEED process in our remodel let us exercise our most important environmental values – reducing waste and pollution, decreasing our greenhouse gas output, filtering parking lot runoff and providing clean indoor air for our employees and customers,” said Town & Country’s Sustainability Director, Tony D’Onofrio.