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Kenneth L. Johnson Recreations Center, The City of Cleveland

Cleveland, Ohio

In 2017 the City of Cleveland began implementing a city-wide recreation Master plan that included the improvements to multiple recreation centers. The Kenneth L. Johnson Recreation Center, formerly known as the Woodland Avenue Bath House, built in the 1920’s, was one of the largest renovation projects of this plan. Tec provided electrical and fire protection engineering, lighting and technology design for an extensive renovation and addition to the recreation center and enclosure of the outdoor aquatic facilities.

The recreation center improvements included accessibility and ADA improvements as well as overall lighting and electrical upgrades to bring the building up to code and increase energy efficiency. The scope included additions to the existing building as part of the main bid package alongside several alternates that included an indoor pool area and an outdoor pool area. The additions included a new lobby and entrance and new locker rooms. All existing lighting was upgraded to LED and there were accompanying plumbing and mechanical upgrades.


Year Completed

$5.5 million


53,500 SF


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