Charles E. Williams bought the Ralph Morse Hardware store in Sonoma, California in 1953. Over the next few years, he gradually converted its stock from hardware to French cookware. Decades later, that small cookware shop has evolved into a multi-billion-dollar retail leader whose products encompass every room in the home. Today, the company is headquartered in San Francisco, California, and operates 625 stores, and distributes to more than 60 countries. In addition to the Williams-Sonoma brand, the company includes Williams-Sonoma Home, Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, Pottery Barn Teen, West Elm, Mark and Graham, and Rejuvenation. Fred Olivieri Construction Company has worked with Williams-Sonoma since 2014. We have experience in building Pottery Barn Kids, Williams-Sonoma, and various West Elm stores. We also had a very unique project with this client in which our retail construction company built the prototype Williams-Sonoma store in the historic Ponce City Market in Atlanta, Georgia. Williams-Sonoma’s high expectation of quality work bleeds all the way down from pre-construction to post-construction requirements. Fred Olivieri Construction is proud to meet and excel at these high-performance standards.
Pottery Barn Kids
Orange Village, OH