Restroom Partitions was contracted by Dynamic Industries to install restroom partitions and select commercial restroom accessories in their new Gonzalez, TX facility. Dynamic Industries is an offshore services companies that offers a number of maintenance, fabrication, and construction services. This new facility is intended to provide oil flow monitoring and emergency shutoff for offshore operations. In addition to a men’s restroom and women’s restroom in the front office area, we also installed partitions and accessories in a shop restroom located near the production area.
Restroom Partitions acts as both a vendor and a turnkey installer of commercial restroom partitions. We carry a complete line of solid plastic, phenolic core, stainless steel, steel coated, and baked enamel partitions. These materials represent a spectrum of durability, moisture resistance, and vandal resistance. Pricing rises proportional to high ratings in all three areas.
Due to the low risk of vandalism, and the dry climate within the facility, Dynamic Industries decided that a low end investment was most appropriate for the construction of their restroom stalls. Baked enamel was the preferred material because of its widespread use in applications that do not require moisture, bacterial, or vandal resistance. Baked enamel is painted in any number of attractive colors that blend well with a variety of interior design schemes. If it is accidentally damaged, it can be repainted with a touch up kit, which works almost identically to the touch up kits that are sold to motor vehicle owners.
We installed restroom partitions in all three restrooms. Both the men’s and women’s restrooms in the office area were completed with a combination of standard and ADA compliant stalls. The shop restroom did not require ADA stalls. Restroom accessories installed in all three restrooms included toilet paper, paper towel dispensers, and mirrors. In the shop, we installed a combination paper towel trashcan. A napkin disposal was added to the women’s restroom, and grab bars were mounted on the partitions in both ADA stalls.