Wood County Senior Center Project Nears Finish Line

The exterior is almost complete at the new Wood County Center of Aging Senior Center, and the interior is transforming every day.

Before the cold weather set in, Mosser completed the concrete foundations. The concrete pours included 10’ basement walls, 4’ footers for the dining and coffee lounge area, 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.

What’s Left on the To-Do List

The kitchen floor and ceramic tile in the building’s restrooms are finished while the ceiling and interior paint are 60% complete with drywall work set to begin soon. Mosser’s masons are nearing completion of the show-stopping fireplace in the coffee lounge. Casework will begin mid-January and into the following week, then all doors and hardware will be installed. A striking oak staircase with a glass handrail is being constructed by Mosser’s talented craftspeople.

The building is on schedule for completion in mid-February. The team will return to the new senior center in the spring to complete landscaping and finish the parking lot with a top coat of asphalt.

Facility Features

The finished Wood County Senior Center will span a total 35,000 sf. The facility will have state-of-the-art amenities such as a full commercial kitchen, nine activity rooms, adult daycare facility, administration offices and full basement for storage. The Bowling Green State University Optimum Aging Institute will have designated space as well. Three different types of roofing materials to create a unique and long-lasting aesthetically pleasing facility.


We cannot wait to wrap up the last items and open this highly anticipated building to the Bowling Green community!

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