84 Lumber

84 Lumber announced the relocation of its western team headquarters from the Phoenix area to Dallas, effective this month. The dealer said the move is aimed at enhancing the company’s support for its stores in Texas and beyond and was driven by “the need to better serve 84 Lumber’s operations as the company continues its expansion plans on the west coast.”

“Our western stores, EWP hubs, and door shops are among the largest in the company,” Mark Mollico, the western office director and director of talent acquisition for 84 Lumber, said. “Having the office in Dallas will foster better synergy between the stores and our THQ associates.”

84 Lumber’s western division has more than 40 locations and the dealer has plans to add additional stores and manufacturing facilities in the coming months. 84 Lumber said by situating its headquarters in the Central time zone, it can ensure more efficient coordination and support for a “significant amount of current and future locations.” Additionally, the Dallas location is directly accessible by flights to and from 84 Lumber’s other western operations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico.

“We are excited to move our western team headquarters to Dallas,” said 84 Lumber western divisional vice president Jorge Espinoza. “Our associates are the backbone of this company, and we make strategic decisions like this one based on our people and the needs of our stores. We call both of our headquarters ‘team headquarters’ because it’s all about the team at 84.”

Eighty Four, Pa.-based 84 Lumber is a supplier of building materials, manufactured components, and industry-leading services for single- and multifamily residences and commercial buildings. The company operates 320 facilities which include stores, component manufacturing plants, custom door shops, and engineered wood product centers in 33 states.