At Sloan, we’re huge Cubs fans. So we couldn’t be prouder of becoming the official Water Efficiency Partner for the Chicago Cubs baseball team in 2015. Or to have been given the chance to install all Sloan products during the historic restoration and expansion of Wrigley Field—part of the 1060 project.

The legendary ballpark, which is currently undergoing an extensive restoration with architects VOA Associates, is being outfitted with all Sloan faucets and flushometers. The featured restroom, located 50 yards from the main entrance on the third base line, is the largest public restroom in Wrigley Field, designed for high traffic use on game day. This is in addition to the other Sloan products in all of Wrigley Field’s restrooms.


Sloan’s involvement with the 1060 Renovation Project spanned further than just outfitting the whole ballpark with Sloan products. Sloan also had the opportunity to install Sloan products in the new clubhouse as part of Phase Two of the 1060 project.


Phase Two featured the improvement and expansion of the home clubhouse, located underneath the new plaza and spanning a whopping 30,000 square feet space. Sloan outfitted the clubhouse restroom with all electronic, sensor-activated products. These products work with hands-free operation, offering hygienic solutions and water savings with every use by the players. It’s a winning partnership for sustainability for many innings to come.