When it comes to commercial plumbing, it is a little different than residential plumbing. Residential plumbing requires installing one sink per bathroom (maybe two) but commercial plumbing is installing multiple toilets, sinks, and other fixtures at the same thing. Keep reading to learn how commercial plumbing is done for facilities like urgent care buildings.
Commercial plumbing for an urgent care center is similar to the commercial plumbing for a large-scale hospital facility but in a smaller frame.
There’s a lot that goes into commercial plumbing. From BIM modeling and prefab location of hangers to the location of sinks, there’s a lot that is thought out.
Plumbing is constantly changing, so commercial plumbers need to keep up. Back in the day they used cast iron and didn’t have GPS systems. Now they have different materials, BIM modeling, and so much more. They also learn new programs every week, month, or year since plumbing is constantly updating. They also need to pay attention to the market to stay up to date on everything out there technology-wise.
To learn more about how commercial plumbing is installed and what commercial plumbers do, watch the video above!