The project specified Sloan’s vitreous china Designer Urinal and wall-mounted water closet, each paired with a Sloan SOLIS® solar-powered and sensor-operated flushometer to deliver an energy-efficient and clean flush complemented by touch-free technology.
Sloan’s vitreous china undermount lavatory with Optima® solar-powered deck-mounted faucets and matching soap dispenser provide a hygienic handwashing solution. Each Sloan vitreous china fixture features SloanTec Hydrophobic Glaze, a proprietary water-repellant glaze that inhibits the growth of germs and bacteria to make the fixtures easier to clean.
The building also includes a comprehensive set of other health, safety, and wellness enhancements, such as touch-free thermal scanning at the lobby security desk, continuous floor-to-ceiling low-E glass to provide the maximum amount of light into the building, and much more. All restrooms were constructed with one additional fixture than required by Chicago city code to help enhance social distancing measures.
Architectural firm Lamar Johnson Collaborative (LJC) collaborated with Chicago-based design-build firm, Clayco, on the project. Interior designer Holly Hunt designed the Fulton East lobby.
For more information on Sloan’s work in delivering touch-free commercial restroom solutions, visit their webpage on hygiene and wellness solutions. Follow Sloan on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn for additional updates.
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