The City of Maumee wanted to build a new public restroom facility attached to the Monclova Country Church at the Wolcott House Heritage Center, a historical and educational complex providing programs, events, tours, displays and seasonal activities throughout the year. The various buildings at the complex highlight the culture, life, and events of the early to late 1800’s in northwest Ohio, and the site can draw up to 1,800 people per season for public tours, events, and school outings.
The new facility includes three ADA-compliant unisex restrooms with amenities like changing tables, hands free soap, sink and towel dispensers, and mirrors as well as a maintenance closet with a mop sink. The exterior architectural design matches the existing church and uses either wood siding or cement board with the look / profile of wood siding on the elevations, and asphalt shingles on a gable or shed roof. Historical context does not apply to the interior, but JDI provided two electronic color palettes for the interior finishes.
JDI provided design services, application for zoning and building permits, bid assistance, and construction administration services as per the project Request for Proposal.