Restroom renovations are among the most common and complex projects that are carried out by commercial and institutional facilities. They involve several major systems—plumbing and electrical distribution—as well as fixtures, doors and door hardware. Additionally, they are usually designed to ensure that the restrooms are compliant with access guidelines and they give the maintenance and engineering managers an opportunity to add new and water saving technology.
If you have ever been on a drinking spree, then you must be familiar with how bathrooms tend to ‘disappear’ after your third bottle. And I bet that you ended up relieving yourself in some of the most awkward places, especially on walls. I’m not surprised by that. What I can’t seem to understand is the fact that you can easily admit that it felt good doing so!
Even though many people make the utmost effort to avoid the possibility of utilizing a public restroom, when the need to relieve oneself arises, the process of finding a sanitary public bathroom can prove to be time consuming to say the least. As such, it comes as no surprise that many people choose to utilize restrooms that are located within large stores such as Finish Line.
When I was in middle school, I sometimes used to skip breakfast just to avoid the nightmare of using the bathroom in the course of my 1.5-mile trek to school. I don’t know whether you’ve ever tried to hold your bladder while quickening your pace through a maze of traffic, at the same time praying that your dreaded instructor hasn’t yet arrived in class. Well, for those of you who have never been to South Jamaica, Queens, New York may be tempted to think that I was a bit picky. But then again you probably never had to squat over a smelly cistern whilst clinging for dear life on two equally rusty, iron bars in a damp cubicle reeking of a rancid mixture of fecal matter and throw up forgive my clarity).