Railroad Park - Morgan Hill, CA

14 Dec 2017

Exeloo Announces the commissioning of a new Jupiter Twin Public Restroom in the City of Morgan Hill California.

After much anticipation Verde Design, in conjunction with Exeloo and Suarez Munoz Construction Inc, have opened a new children's play space at Railroad Park in Morgan Hill, California.  Designed by Verde Design's Santa Clara office the park boasts Wi-Fi connectivity, a myriad of play equipment and an Exeloo fully automated twin cubicle public restroom all with a strong connection to the raiload running close behind the park.

One of three park developments the Railroad Park has triggered a renewed sense of community with state of the art technology being employed.  Corbin Schneider, Verde design Senior Associate reports the project went like a dream.  "We wanted something unique and beneficial for the city beyond the standards.  We found Alex and Exeloo to be fantastic to work with despite the fact it was coming all the way from New Zealand.  They shipped it to Oakland, brought it right down to the job site and we have heard nothing but good comments from the contractor." 

Martin Suarez from Suarez and Munoz Construction agrees, "The restroom arrived fully formed on the truck, we simply craned it onto the strip foundations we had prepared, attached the roof and connected the services.  I was worried as we had never done an Exeloo before but it turned out to be very easy, in fact one of the easiest restroom projects I have been involved with, it certainly made the rest of the playground project go a lot faster.  We are keen to do another one with Exeloo." 

Artwork for the unit was completed as a mural by a local artist and the finish has received rave reviews from residents and other visitors to the park.  A young couple from Morgan Hill say they have been hoping for a modern play park for a long time.  "We are excited about the new park and the restroom is great, our kids love the look of it and my eldest who is 6 just wants to go in and out of the doors like Star Trek.  This is great for Morgan Hill."