Toilet partitions are used in almost every segment of the commercial construction industry. Commercial buildings form an integral part of the U.S. construction industry. Growing demand for the construction of offices, lodgings, and data centers across the country is anticipated to support the overall growth of the commercial construction market in the coming five years. The emergence of several startups, driven by the entrepreneurship boom, is expected to drive the growth of the commercial construction sector. In addition, the healthcare and educational sectors within the U.S. are expected to witness a moderate growth rate over the projected period on account of increasing government and private investments in these sectors. These factors, therefore, are likely to contribute to the demand for toilet partitions and, in turn, trigger the overall market growth over the forecast period.
In the U.S., partitioned stalls/common sinks and a sign outside indicating the gender (male/female) of a person are the most prevalent layout of public restrooms across most commercial buildings. However, studies have indicated that such designs may have a psychological impact on people. As per reports, several people have admitted to the fear of using public restrooms and developed a feeling of uneasiness/awkwardness while using them, especially in proximity to other people. Many individuals have also admitted to not using a restroom for an entire day due to fear of sharing it with others. In addition, various studies have indicated that washrooms remain one of the most stressful areas across college campuses for transgender students. As a result, there has been an increasing trend toward installing single-occupancy gender-neutral washrooms across the U.S. to ensure optimal privacy and security.
The retail industry in the U.S. is a significant contributor to the economic growth of the country. However, the construction of new retail facilities faced a decline in the recent past owing to switching consumer preference toward online purchasing. Major online retail companies have penetrated the U.S. with online purchasing portals that offer both product comparisons and discounts. As a result, consumers in the country are moving from traditional shopping to online shopping. The slow growth in the construction of shopping malls and retail centers in the U.S. has slowed down the growth of toilet and restroom constructions in the aforementioned structures. This has resulted in a declining demand for toilet partitioning products in the retail industry. However, entertainment and leisure are motivating consumers to go out and visit physical stores, which, in turn, is slightly supporting the construction of public washrooms and toilets. The growing trend of mixed-use properties in the country has influenced multiple projects to construct office, retail, and residential spaces or a combination of any of them. This has reduced the scope for the construction of separate public utility spaces, in turn, reducing the demand for toilet partitions.
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