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Rochester Hills Restroom

Rochester Hills, Michigan

COVID-19 Response Campus

Rochester Hills Off-Grid Modular Restroom

Project Info:


Rochester Hills, Michigan

Project size: 154 sq. ft.

Number of modules: 1

Rochester Hills, Michigan required a modular off-grid restroom building capable of harnessing solar energy to power it as well as utilizing a rain water collection system to be completely off-grid.

Building includes:

- rain collection system
- solar panels on roof
- battery for energy storage
- vault access
- SMS based vault alert system
- all gender restroom

The Challenge

The goal was to create a robust facility capable of withstanding the rigorous climates of Michigan. This endeavor included the development of individualized restrooms catering to the diverse needs of men, women, and individuals with disabilities.

Central to the project's success was the incorporation of remote alarm systems within each facility, enabling rapid communication with park personnel regarding essential maintenance tasks. Whitley's unwavering dedication to excellence shone through in the meticulous integration of plumbing, electrical systems, and ADA-compliant features, harmonizing functionality and convenience. This approach not only upheld the company's standards but also expedited the construction timeline and installation process to achieve optimal efficiency.

It's noteworthy that the modular restroom ensemble's complete offsite fabrication presented its own set of challenges, underscoring Whitley's ability to navigate logistical complexities. Moreover, the innovative design took into account the incorporation of a rain collection system, showcasing a holistic approach to sustainability.

In summary, this project serves as a testament to Whitley's adeptness at addressing project-specific hurdles while adhering to its core values of quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction.

The Solution

Harnessing Whitley's extensive 75+ years of expertise in modular construction, the company has forged a robust facility tailored to withstand the demanding climates of Michigan. The project entails the need for individual restrooms catering to men, women, and individuals with disabilities. Each facility comes equipped with its own remote alarm system, promptly notifying park personnel about required maintenance. Whitley's commitment to excellence extends to the seamless integration of plumbing, electrical systems, and ADA-compliant features, streamlining both the construction timeline and installation process for maximum efficiency. It's important to note that this modular restroom ensemble was entirely fabricated offsite. Furthermore, the design thoughtfully incorporates a rain collection system.


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