The 2003 International Building Code requires that all new construction and substantial renovation for public restrooms include a family, or unisex, bathroom. Most new, large venues such as malls, airports, and sports arenas, now include at least one type unisex bathroom in addition to menís and womenís public restrooms. But not all states have adopted the codes. Planning construction or renovation? Check your local public restroom regulations.
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