Collins Park Water Treatment Plant: New Maintenance Building and Chemical Building Renovation

Toledo, Ohio

Mosser completed full general contract services on the new 32,000 sf  maintenance building for the City of Toledo Collins Park Water Treatment  Plant. A majority of the building footprint is comprised of a stock room for  material storage and a maintenance shop to service plant equipment. Within  the maintenance shop area, there is a 5-ton bridge crane that was installed  for moving large pieces of equipment and a jib crane in the front of the  building for unloading material. The building also has a paint room with an  internal paint booth, men’s and women’s locker rooms, electrical shop, break  room, mechanical room, and six offices for maintenance personal. Above the  locker rooms, electrical shop, and offices there is a second floor mezzanine  constructed of precast hollow core panels for additional storage. 

Mosser also completed a multiple-phase renovation of the existing chemical  building at Collins Park Water Treatment Plant. The first phase was  constructing a new truck dock and ramp on the north end of the facility with an  overhead steel canopy for unloading material. 

The second phase was building a new office addition on the north end that  will tie into the new truck dock ramp. This addition was composed of 6 new  engineering offices for current staff members, converting the old maintenance  staging area into two new conference rooms, men’s and women’s bathrooms,  and a new break room and kitchenette for the employees.  

The third phase of the renovation converted the old break room into additional  office spaces as well as converted the electric shop into a large engineering  office and conference room. The last phase was the main lobby and second  floor of the Chemical Building. This consisted of replacing carpet, installing  new drop in ceilings, painting existing offices, and replacing the furniture.