We Design, Build, and Install restrooms that are made to last. We provide a turn-key experience from all phases of design, engineering, construction, and installation that will save you time and money.
Find out why we are the nation's public restroom resource.
With roots dating back to 1976, we were the first company to provide public restrooms to the parks & recreation industry. Our restrooms have been used by cities, counties, states, and federal parks all over the country. (Even at Antarctica!) Restrooms are typically an afterthought in the planning process. Fortunately, we have invested millions in R&D to find materials, designs and techniques that produce rugged vandal-resistant, low-maintenance, easy to clean public restrooms that stand the test of time; and they look and smell good doing it! We design every building to comply with local, state and federal standards, and can create almost any floor plan, including matching the surrounding site-specific or historic architecture. And we can add a concession, laundry, showers, or storage to virtually any design as well. Let us provide your next public restroom.
CorWorth is our Texas-based parent. Together, we are changing the way public restrooms and modular buildings are done. From innovative new materials that resist moisture and prevent odors while providing outstanding structural strength, to our exclusive monitoring systems (patent pending). CorWorth Monitoring Systems provides the ability to monitor water flow, burned-out bulbs and detect motion, - even lock and unlock doors, turn off water and notify the authorities in the event of an emergency. CorWorth continues to develop new concepts as well. From new modular temporary housing solutions, to specialized facilities for use in urban third-world applications, together we are transforming the industry. CorWorth’s corporate values require that we develop products which improve the environment, further the success of others, and make the world a better place!
Starting with a vast library of existing designs, our talented team of in-house architects and engineers produce construction documents enabling us to build durable structures that withstand the test of both people and climate. Our years of work with federal, state and local codes mean you can select from pre-designed building plans to be built as-is or customized to fit your precise needs. Either will meet or exceed all regulatory requirements. We can match existing architectural styles or create something new, just for you! Constant R&D produces better methods, materials and processes that ensure CorWorth Restroom Facilities Ltd. will be the industry leader in public restrooms for years to come. What can we help dream up for you?
An experienced team of professionals in Research, Client Support and Sales work together to create a seamless ONE STOP SHOP for the best public restrooms in the industry. Your Client Support Tech will walk you through the process of evaluating your needs and matching them with the best possible solutions. This includes designing the right size to accommodate expected traffic at the facility and making sure it blends into the surroundings. They take the time to carefully research your needs ensuring you have the right equipment to meet your specific requirements. While some of our competitors merely “broker” buildings constructed by others, we handle it all.
Our own team of masons, carpenters, welders, plumbers and electricians take pride in their craft. Working in multi-disciplined teams, they check and cross-check each other’s work. This dynamic accountability encourages and sustains an atmosphere of teamwork and camaraderie. Each team leader is well-versed in all applicable building codes and safety techniques. Using “best-practices” technology and tools, they make sure that every building is constructed to the highest standards, every time. Our new Texas facility is designed to serve as a lab for the local trade schools, thereby providing a ready supply of talented craftsmen trained our way while investing in our local community.
Designed with detail and built to last.
We have worked hard to create a process that can be used to create a public restroom to fit any situation. By working with you through the entire process, from design, to building, and all the way to instillation, we can produce the building you need, with no stress to you. Our years of experience of working with the parks and maintenance departments of various government agencies provides us with the knowledge and skills to reduce vandalism, security and sanitary issues. This, in turn, allows us to help architects and city planners design buildings that stand up to the task. These restrooms are designed to meet or exceed local governing building codes and withstand extreme conditions, including: earthquakes, floods and hurricanes. All while looking great.
An extreme building suited for some of the most damaging conditions. These buildings are engineered to withstand the harshest fire and flood conditions.
8”x16” block with widths of 4, 6 or 8” – depending on design criteria. The vertical rebar for the first four courses of block is tied to the rebar mat and integral with the 8”-thick slab. We will not drill and dowel vertical rebar into our slab, as it is an inferior method of construction. The block walls are solid grout filled for the equivalent of a 4”-thick solid concrete wall. Roof framing can be either wood or welded steel.
An extremely hardy building that is our BEST VALUE and has the quickest turn around time. These buildings have a wide variety of customization options.
Both of our wood and welded steel framed buildings can be offered with or without an attached slab. The option for a floorless building with a site-built monolithic slab offers a faster construction time. All walls are designed to breathe and not trap in moisture. All exterior walls are dual sheared. The bottom of every wall has a proprietary composite material that self-seals to the slab and creates a watertight barrier.
Waterborne restrooms, also known as a flush restroom, use traditional plumbing and water connections. All our flush valves and piping are behind the wall, in the utility chase, making it more vandal resistant. And all our fixtures are wall hung...nothing is floor mounted, making for easier cleaning. We also have an integrated filtration system that minimizes partials that compromise flush value operation. In addition each fixture has an isolation valve behind the wall so that water to that particular fixture can be turned off when needed. This is the standard configuration for most buildings.
Waterless toilets, also known as vault toilets, have a holding tank under the building. This allows restrooms to be installed in remote locations that do not have water or sewer service. We have designed these buildings with advanced air flow mechanics to allow ventilation and prevent odor. We opened up the vents, using stainless steel wire mesh, and made other proprietary structural changes which resulted in our “Next Generation” waterless system, a truly odorless restroom.
Road-grade, 8”-thick, 5,000psi minimum rebar mat slab. Engineered to be a bridge, foundation or floating (for liquefaction) slab. Each slab module has a steel angle perimeter and integral lifting points for offloading, setting and relocating (if needed). Footings are typically not needed unless required per geo- technical report for poor soils or round-heave / frost depth.
Framing method exceeds standard wood frame construction. All wood used is either SFI or FSC certified. All connections and sheathing are glued and nailed. Typical roof framing is wood.
Framing method is galvanized 16-gauge steel studs between top and bottom channels of same material. All connections are welded, ground and then covered with three coats of galvanizing paint. Roof framing can be either wood or welded steel.
Split face block, precision block, fiber reinforced cement (FRC) board in various patterns, brick, cultured stone in various patterns and colors, stucco, glass block, etc.
Any roof application shall be over 30lb. felt paper over 5/8” OSB over 2x6 tongue and groove decking over structural rated glue laminated beams or timbers. There shall be no roof penetrations except that of utilities.
Any roof application shall be over 30lb. felt paper over 5/8” OSB over Class ‘A’ fire rated steel structure. Perimeter wall caps to be 3/16” tube steel sections anchored to block walls with 20” threaded rod on 16” centers. Roof rafters shall be 16-gauge “C” channel on 24” centers. All rafter to beam connections to be welded.
Wall mounted, vitreous china or penal-grade stainless steel. All flush valves and p-traps are hidden behind the wall for vandal resistance. Each fixture has its own shut-off valve for “specific maintenance” without having to shut down all the other fixtures. Every building comes with an RFL-designed valve tree that includes incoming and outgoing pressure gauges, pressure reducing valve, water filter and an integral bypass system for ease of maintenance.
We now offer a new floorless option which increases the speed of product turn-around and reduces the cost. We ship and set the completed building onto the site-poured monolithic slab.
Our 8” thick, 5,000psi mat slab is formed, reinforced and poured in our environmentally controlled facility. It is shipped integral with our building.
Our standard finish for all restrooms and concessions is a natural broom finish with sealer.
Optional finishes are, but not limited to: quarry tile (required by most health departments for concession buildings), polishing/densification, (provides a mirror like finish while without compromising slip resistance), staining, stamping, etching, and an industrial grade epoxy with integral color chips and a clear topcoat.
All finishes are designed to withstand heavy foot traffic and harsh chemicals – far superior to concrete admixtures that are “water and urine resistant”, but still leave a black stain from urine, soap, etc.
Standard finish is two coats of exterior grade semi-gloss paint over two coats of paint manufacturer’s recommended block filler. Color of paint by Owner.
Standard finish is 3/32” Class ‘A’ fire rated fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) with graffiti resistant coating. It is glue and pressure laminated to structural sheathing. FRP is seamless from wall to wall and floor to 7’4” above finish floor. Color of FRP is White.
Optional finishes are, but not limited to: high-impact tile, fiberglass tile, industrial/food processing grade epoxy paint and various metals.
Our over-sized ventilation is up in our gables, not down at the bottom of our walls or doors like some of our competitors. Think about it, hot air rises, right? Then, why would you put your vents near the floor? You then have to install exhaust fans. That costs you more in electricity.
When required, our walls and roofs receive closed cell encapsulated foam insulation. It far exceeds standard batt insulation in R-value. CMU block construction and precast concrete are the worst types of construction for the insulating values of walls. That is why we also offer our building in framed steel or wood – giving you the best option for a building that requires heating or cooling.
Finishes are, but not limited to: standing seam and various metal patterns, fiberglass composition shingles, concrete tile, Spanish tile, cedar shake and metal insulated panels in various patterns. All finishes come with a manufacturer’s color chart.
All of our electrical fixtures have been field tested for ease of maintenance, vandal resistance and long life cycle. Every building comes with a standard 100amp panel.
Take a look at some of the things we have done. We have buildings all over the place.
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