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Washing for One

The rise of the private shower in schools and universities.

Historically, communal showers in athletic facilities, schools and team locker rooms have been the norm. At their outset, the concept made sense—multiple showering stations within a given space increased efficiency and capacity. Additionally, pipe drops into multihead showering stanchions reduced mechanical first costs in new construction.

But the times, and our culture, have changed. Because of the increasing importance of privacy, transgender issues, and health risks, educat

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