Minturn's public restroom is unlike any you've seen!

Cintas' America's Best Restroom Contest - Minturn is a Cintas Top Ten Finalist! 

The winner will be determined by number of online votes, so click the link below and vote for Minturn!



Founded in 1904, Minturn is rich in mining history and its new public restrooms reflect that. The unique digitally fabricated shape of the men’s and women’s restrooms resemble an adit - the horizontal passage way- into a Rocky Mountain mine. The concept is the product of several key players: the Town of Minturn, LaN Architecture - Monika Wittig, LGM 3d Studios and Noble Welding. The team came together to produce “functional art” that’s already captured community attention! 

"Our public restrooms prove how great it is to combine art, architecture and creativity. It changes moods, places and people,” said Janet Hawkinson, director of design and construction for the public restroom project. “It would be the best to win the contest and show the country what can be accomplished when everyone works together to create something truly memorable, as we did in small town Minturn!"

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