Matching articles for Restrooms: 36
Feature Article - October 2016
Restrooms are available in a range of styles and setups so you can find just what you need to suit your site. Whether you’re looking for a plumbed and powered facility or a simple vault toilet, your options abound.
Problem Solver - August 2016
Pay close attention to how the interior of your structure is designed. Soap and paper towel dispensers should be built into the wall. Tamper-resistant screws used for wall vents, grab bars and toilet paper holders will also prevent trouble.
If you have water and sewer lines available, a flush restroom is almost always a better choice. But in remote or more natural locations, this might not be possible, making an alternative necessary.
Solar power is available to support your facility's lighting and ventilation. Newer LED lighting will dramatically reduce the power needed to light your building, in addition to requiring less maintenance.
Facility Profile - July 2016
The City of Sisters, Ore., wanted to encourage bikers along its trailways to stop in for a bite and enjoy the surrounding community. So, it turned to a restroom and shower building, as well as bike lockers.
Feature Article - October 2015
When you want to add restroom structures to your park or site, it’s important to understand the ins and outs of what’s available, as well as what will best fit into the context of your site.
Problem Solver - August 2015
Concrete panels that are welded together will also be a benefit, as this makes the structure practically as strong as a small bomb shelter. This will ensure it can handle severe weather conditions, from heavy snow and wind, to hurricanes, flooding and mud, zone-4 seismic loads and more.
Gender designations for restrooms can also have an impact on non-transgender individuals. The issue is individual privacy in sex-separated restrooms.
If your site is more remote or your budget will prevent you from extending power and water to the restroom, you might want to consider a waterless vault evaporator system. With no running water needed, these systems reduce waste naturally. They use solar power to run light and the ventilator that keeps the restroom smelling clean.
Facility Profile - May 2015
This prestigious tennis facility needed to provide guest amenities that were a step above the rest. Here's how their restroom solutions make an impression.