Fix It Blog: Bathroom construction update
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The semester is coming to a close. And while we seek refuge from the rain and wind in the Cesar Chavez Student Center, the main restrooms have yet to be completed.

I spoke with Plant Engineer Tony Hayward and, according to him, the men's restroom is 85 percent complete but they aren't expected to be ready by the end of the semester.
"I would say three to four weeks," said Hayward.

The new stalls are now being put in but construction has been slowed because the crew is waiting for new parts.

According to Hayward, the main parts they are missing are for the automatic door system that will be installed in the new unisex stall.

Once renovation of the current mens room is complete, it will be converted into the new women's restroom.

The expected date of completion provided by Guy Dalpe, managing director, is the end of January. Hayward couldn't provide an estimated time but did say that construction of the current women's restroom should take less time than the men's room due to fewer renovations.







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