The Cascadian single vault toilet building is designed to mimic the architecture of old Civilian Conservation Corps buildings. With its steep 7 in 12 pitched simulated cedar shake roof, the Cascadian has an alpine style. The toilet room is designed with a 60” turning radius exclusive of all fixtures, walls and doors. The Cascadian comes with a single 1,000-gallon vault to hold waste.
The Cascadian is engineered and designed for long life in extreme conditions. The building meets or exceeds the effects of a Zone-4 earthquake, a 120 mph wind load and a 350 pounds per square foot snow load.
The Cascadian is extremely easy to maintain. With our steel reinforced 5,000 psi concrete construction, the building and vault will not rot, rust or burn. The building’s interior is primed and painted with white paint to reflect natural light from the Lexan windows mounted in heavy steel frames cast into the walls. Cleaning of the building’s interior is easily accomplished with a brush and warm soapy water. The walls and roof structure are made with “colored thru concrete”, which are spray coated with an exterior stain, followed by an anti- graffiti sealer.
The waste collecting vault is installed below ground level and is made of 4” thick reinforced concrete. The dimensions of the vault unit matches the perimeter of the building, providing a stable footing structure that supports the full weight of the building. The vault can hold up to 1,000 gallons of waste (15,000 uses) and is sloped, so that waste will drain to the clean out end of the vault. The vault is lined with a black ABS plastic liner which is cast into the side walls of the concrete vault by way of dovetail embeds.
The building can be shipped in two sections, (see photos in sidebar to the left) allowing access to the most remote of sites. Additional features include texture cast concrete walls that look like horizontal lap siding for the first 4 feet 4 inches, and texture cast concrete board & batt siding to the roof. The roof is texture cast to look like cedar shake.
Sweet Smelling Technology
The building is designed with sweet smelling technology. A black plastic vent pipe, located on the back side of the building, always faces south so that when heated by the sun, the pipe creates a continual air flow through louvered vents located in the building near the floor. The air flows down the riser, through the vault, and finally, up and out of the vent pipe. The positive continual air flow carries the vault air out through the vent pipe, not through the building, to keep the building odor- free.
Quality and Value:
Because of our two state-of-the-art, 120,000 square foot production facilities, CXT can produce consistently higher quality buildings at a lower cost to meet the needs of city, county, state and federal agencies.
We at CXT take pride in our craftsmanship and are ready to provide you with our legendary customer service. See why we say, "Once you buy a CXT produced building you will never purchase anything else."