Boy Scouts of America

New Restroom and Changing Room Facility

2

Separate Facilities

3,000

Square Feet

2019

Year of Completion

PROJECT TYPE

New Renovation

LOCATION

Peninsula, Ohio

OWNER

Boy Scouts of America

ARCHITECT

Olsavsky Jaminet Architects, Inc.

Boy Scouts of America

Camp Butler

Demolition of existing shower facility

Welty was the Construction Manager for the new Boy Scouts of America; Camp Butler Project. This project involved demolition of an existing shower facility and construction of new 3600 sf Shower/Restroom and Changing Room Facility. The new facility houses 15 Individual Shower/Restroom Units and 16 Changing Room Units.

The building is under one roof but houses 2 separate facilities for the restrooms and changing rooms.

This project was within budget and 2 months ahead of schedule. The project was completed in under 5 months total. Due to their non-profit status, monitoring the project budget and cost savings was essential for a happy customer.

The project consisted of numerous material donations on behalf of the Boy Scout supporters. Welty oversaw the logistics and installation of all project materials.

  • 15 Individual Shower/Restroom Units
  • 16 Changing Room Unites

Contact Us

3421 Ridgewood Road, Suite 225
Fairlawn, Ohio 44333

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