Park and Restroom Structures

Vault Building Design

Vault Restroom Technology

  1. Larger Openings in the Privacy Screen Alcove
    • Larger openings in the top and in the bottom of the privacy screen alcove walls that partially surrounds the front door of the structure allows people to see if someone is already standing in the entryway as they approach the structure. This feature makes access to the structure and restroom itself much safer for the public to walk up to and then use.


  2. Larger Windows
    • Our double vault restroom facilities come with large gable lexan windows on the front and on the rear of the structures that allows twice as much natural light into each of the restrooms than competing designs.

    • The lexan windows (which are 32 plus times stronger than standard glass pane) is pebble finished so that it allows all of the natural light within each of the restrooms without allowing people to see in to each restroom or the folks within the restroom being able to see out through these same cast in lexan or polycarbonate windows.


  3. Clean Out Hatches
    • Our clean out cover hatches have a larger cover with gasket that locks more of the cover gasket to the surrounding floor when locked into place, thus more than twice the protection against ground water getting through this potential opening. The underside of the cover has a gasket attached to it which prevents ground water from entering the vaults when locked properly with a customer provided pad lock.


  4. Roof Overhang
    • All of our facilities have a larger roof overhang on all four sides of the structures. This larger roof overhang prevents water from dripping directly onto the clean out hatch, thus less chance of water through the clean out cover hatch or the vent pipe to floor opening. By preventing this direct water dripping on the rear slab on the structure it makes our vaults much more leak resistant than competing designs. The larger roof overhang on the front of the structures also means less water tracked into the restrooms themselves.


  5. Vent Pipe Location
    • All of our vault restroom facilities have been designed so that there is 1.5" to 2" gap between the back wall of the structure and the closest edge of the vent pipe to floor opening. This small gap allows the customer to properly caulk or seal all the way around the vent pipe as needed, over the forty plus years of anticipated service. When this important joint is properly caulked over forty years of service, you aren't paying to pump out the ground water that can get into the vaults from this improperly caulked joint, thus potentially saving tens of thousands of dollars on pumping fees during the life of the structure.


Vault Building Design

Vault Restroom Technology

  1. Larger Openings in the Privacy Screen Alcove
    • Larger openings in the top and in the bottom of the privacy screen alcove walls that partially surrounds the front door of the structure allows people to see if someone is already standing in the entryway as they approach the structure. This feature makes access to the structure and restroom itself much safer for the public to walk up to and then use.


  2. Larger Windows
    • Our double vault restroom facilities come with large gable lexan windows on the front and on the rear of the structures that allows twice as much natural light into each of the restrooms than competing designs.

    • The lexan windows (which are 32 plus times stronger than standard glass pane) is pebble finished so that it allows all of the natural light within each of the restrooms without allowing people to see in to each restroom or the folks within the restroom being able to see out through these same cast in lexan or polycarbonate windows.


  3. Clean Out Hatches
    • Our clean out cover hatches have a larger cover with gasket that locks more of the cover gasket to the surrounding floor when locked into place, thus more than twice the protection against ground water getting through this potential opening. The underside of the cover has a gasket attached to it which prevents ground water from entering the vaults when locked properly with a customer provided pad lock.


  4. Roof Overhang
    • All of our facilities have a larger roof overhang on all four sides of the structures. This larger roof overhang prevents water from dripping directly onto the clean out hatch, thus less chance of water through the clean out cover hatch or the vent pipe to floor opening. By preventing this direct water dripping on the rear slab on the structure it makes our vaults much more leak resistant than competing designs. The larger roof overhang on the front of the structures also means less water tracked into the restrooms themselves.


  5. Vent Pipe Location
    • All of our vault restroom facilities have been designed so that there is 1.5" to 2" gap between the back wall of the structure and the closest edge of the vent pipe to floor opening. This small gap allows the customer to properly caulk or seal all the way around the vent pipe as needed, over the forty plus years of anticipated service. When this important joint is properly caulked over forty years of service, you aren't paying to pump out the ground water that can get into the vaults from this improperly caulked joint, thus potentially saving tens of thousands of dollars on pumping fees during the life of the structure.