Few environments are rowdier than a sports arena, but that hasn’t stopped Scranton Products’ Hiny Hiders bathroom partitions from standing up to whatever joys or frustrations the KFC Yum! Center’s Louisville, KY, fans might vent. The sparkling new $258-million, 722,000-square-foot arena seats 22,090 fans, replacing Freedom Hall near the Kentucky Fairgrounds built in the 1960s.
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In May 2008, the citizens of Dallas, TX, approved a $1.35 billion bond program designed to reshape the school district through the completion of 61 separate projects, replacing several dated facilities and repurposing numerous others with the latest technologies and sustainable features.
For the past 50 years, the Louis Converse Cramton Auditorium on Howard University’s main campus in Washington, DC, has hosted thousands of events attended by global leaders, key political figures, and star performers from around the world. Considered a local cultural icon, the 1,500-seat auditorium has been credited with deeply enriching the social and academic lives of students and the community since its founding in 1961.
Architect Doris Witte of HDR, Inc. needed more than 300 bathroom partitions to complete her design for the new TD Ameritrade Park. The bathrooms had to reflect the same look and feel as the rest of the structure but also be tough enough to withstand rowdy college baseball fans.
Bathroom privacy is a crucial element to the experience of using a public or commercial bathroom. This is especially true if the restroom serves multiple occupants at a time. Given the close quarters, it’s important to strive for absolute privacy with your facility’s restroom. One way that you can improve the privacy in your restrooms […]