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City of Ontario

This building was built to replace an existing clubhouse and restroom facility for the City of Ontario.

The spacious clubhouse was thoughtfully designed to accommodate more than 60 guests and golf course staff. The building consists of a 12’x30’ restroom facility and a 24’x60’ clubhouse comprised of a golf pro shop, full service snack bar and a dining area. The building’s color scheme was carefully devised to blend in with its natural surroundings. The clubhouse and restroom modular are seamlessly mated together, while the roof slope and exterior fascia creates the appearance of one solid unit. The site installed shade structure and exterior seating provides a relaxing environment for guests to take a break and enjoy the views of the golf course.

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