ODESSA, FLA.—Green Lodging News has added a Bradley Corp. case study to the Vendor Case Studies section of its website. The case study focuses on the renovation of the Atlantic City Boardwalk restrooms and the specification of Bradley’s all-in-one WashBar with touch-free soap, water, and hand dryer in one single chrome-plated component. The handwashing systems are featured in seven comfort stations along the Boardwalk, including both men’s and women’s restrooms, for a total of 14 bathrooms.
The WashBar’s integration of soap, water, and dryer into one sleek fixture eliminates deck and washroom clutter, said Austin Gerber, Senior Associate and Architect/Project Manager, SOSH Architects. “There was no need to map out separate spaces, hookups and wiring for individual soap dispensers, faucets and hand dryer components. Installation was also easy and straightforward.”
Sleek, elongated Verge basins made of non-porous Evero natural quartz were specified along with the WashBar.
Bradley’s innovative WashBar featuring touchless clean+rinse+dry technology streamlines usability without sacrificing aesthetics. The award-winning fixture invites users with its accessible, easy, and intuitive handwashing interaction. LED lighting and easy-to-identify icons on top of the WashBar guide handwashing while soap, water and dryer are all kept in close personal reach. Advanced sensing technology ensures that each clean, rinse or dry function will not accidentally activate a neighboring function.
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