The Heritage Park Restroom project was years in the making. Prior to this project, there were no restrooms in Heritage Square Park. The City of Arroyo Grande wanted a premanufactured restroom that fit into the character of the old downtown. This was quite a challenge and took a lot of work by the contractor, S. Chavez Construction, in coordination with the building manufacturer. All of the structural elements of the building are concrete, including the roof shingles and siding. Eikhof Design Group provided site design and construction management for the project. The building, which weighed around 60,000 lbs had to be craned into the location. The project includes ADA accessibility and should last for a long time.
Old sidewalk removed and building pad excavated
Building pad excavated
Fine details on the concrete building as it is about to be lifted into location.
Straps to lift the building
Almost ready to lift off the low boy trailer
A very large crane was used to lift over all the utilities
Crane used to lift restroom
Building complete. Just waiting for the electrical hook up by PG&E
October 25, 2017
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