Case Study: Improving Restrooms At New MLS Stadium
Contributed By Bradley Corp.
In July 2018, Audi Field became the official new home of Major League Soccer's D.C. United, located in the heart of Washington,DC.
This impressive 20,000 seat capacity stadium is also home to a large number of Bradley’s washroom products. Designed with highly durable materials – like Bradmar plastic and stainless steel – Bradley’s products stand up to high-traffic applications, such as this fan-focused venue. More than 300 toilet partitions, 100 urinal screens and 1,500 stainless steel accessories (grab bars, waste receptacles, seat cover dispensers, paper towel/waste receptacles, napkin disposals, soap dishes, mirrors and towel hooks) are installed throughout the stadium’s 40 restrooms – including public washrooms and locker rooms and washrooms for players and officials.
With this premier washroom product selection, Audi Field’s well-equipped restrooms will enhance the total fan experience for many years to come.
Regional Contracting Services in Washington, DC, including Beverly L. Thomas, president and CEO, Melanie Felix, project manager, and Grover Romay, foreman, worked closely with the design team of Populous to specify Bradley’s restroom products for the project.
The end result was a restroom that can stand up to the traffic.
“Knowing that durability, reliability and maintainability were of utmost importance to the design team, we knew Bradley’s accessories and products would be exceptional choices,” says Thomas.
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