Restroom partitions stand up to thousands of D.C. theater patrons

March 04, 2013 |

The 1,500-seat Louis Converse Cramton Auditorium in Washington, D.C., received a $4.5 million upgrade, modernizing and renovating the 50-year-old facility, including an expansion and restoration of the building’s restrooms. Keystone Plus Construction specified the Scranton Products line of Hiny Hiders bathroom partitions in a deep coffee color to carry the style of the rest of the auditorium into the restrooms in the lower level of the building.

 

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