Back in April of 2002 on a block between St. James Street and Mit Stegall Drive in Winnipeg, Canada, you would have stumbled upon a demolition scene that gave the feeling that you were in a post-apocalyptic time. However, on a gray day in April, amongst the rubble, a passerby found something rather interesting. A Bradley Washfountain was the lone survivor of the demolition of the Canada Metal Complex.
If you are not already familiar with Bradley’s Bradvans, you are soon sure to be. Bradvans are on-the-go showrooms displaying selected Bradley products.
Recently, Bradley updated their three-van fleet and put together an architectural sales blitz. To help carry out this effort, Bradley has hired three summer sales interns. These interns have quite the summer ahead of them as they drive throughout the United States assisting Bradley’s Sales Reps and providing a seamless experience for customers.
Summerfest is an iconic symbol of summer here in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Since 1968 Summerfest has been attracting artists and music lovers of all kinds. Summerfest got its start back in the 1960s as a festival that would mimic the Oktoberfest celebration in Munich, Germany. Today, Summerfest houses 11 stages with over 800 acts and over 1,000 performances across 24 acres along the coast of Lake Michigan. Nearly 900,000 visitors attend from all over the world to participate in this rich Milwaukee tradition.
However, every great show needs a great crew and that is where Bradley comes in. From 2011 to 2012 the Summerfest grounds underwent a major renovation spending $34 million on updating 2 music venues, VIP decks, restaurants, entrance gates and plazas, parking lots and of course the RESTROOMS. Behind the scenes at Summerfest, Bradley products can be found in every bathroom. They include Bradley's Multi-Founts, OmniDecks, Bradmar 100% Recycled Partitions, stainless steel washroom accessories and Verge Lavatory Systems. According to Robert J. Gosse, AIA, Summerfest's Director of Design and Construction, "Restrooms are a direct reflection on any establishment, whether it's a fancy restaurant or music festival. Our goal was to raise the level of design in our restrooms a few notches to heighten our patrons' overall experience."
With Bradley products gracing every restroom at Summerfest, the public restroom experience should be more pleasant at this year's festival. To find a map of the Summerfest Grounds (complete with locations of all restrooms) Click Here
March 11, 2013 - Today, Bradley celebrates World Plumbing Day- an international day designed to emphasize the importance of plumbing in the health and safety of our current society. Many believe that clean water is a right, but in some places it is a luxury. Studies show that 3.1 million people across the world die of diseases related to a lack of water sanitation and safe drinking water. A large percentage of these deaths are children under the age of five.
On Wednesday, Bradley announces nationwide availability of the Advocate®. This touchless, all-in-one lavatory system provides safer, cleaner and more sustainable washrooms to the entire nation. Not to mention this lavatory system is ADA compliant for use in commercial and public-facing environments. With the hands-free faucet, soap dispenser, and dual-sided hand drier built into one, the Advocate offers a new public washroom experience.