Wood County Committee on Aging New Senior Center

Bowling Green, Ohio

As the CM at Risk on the project, Mosser worked closely with the Wood  County Committee on Aging (WCCOA), providing open communication  and explanation of processes and infrastructure that allowed this project to  be completed on time and under budget. 

Before the cold weather set in, Mosser completed the concrete  foundations. These concrete pours included 10’ basement walls, 4’ footers  for the dining and coffee lounge area, and an elevated slab-on-deck  making up the second floor and multiple slab-on-grade pours. The Mosser  masonry team finished self-performing the brick veneer on the interior  and exterior along with placing the concrete blocks for the stairwells and  elevator shaft. The roofing was completed mid- September, giving the  team a much dryer site for the remainder of the project. 

Mosser’s skilled masons erected a show-stopping fireplace in the coffee  lounge while a striking oak staircase with a glass handrail was constructed  by Mosser’s talented craftspeople. 

The finished 35,000 sf space includes state-of-the-art amenities such  as a full commercial kitchen, nine activity rooms, adult daycare facility,  administration offices, and a designated office space for the Bowling Green  State University Optimum Aging Institute. Other features include a full  basement for storage and three different types of roofing materials to  create a unique and long-lasting aesthetically pleasing facility.