People will no longer have to wash their hands in the sinks.
They’ll also be able to go outside without fear of being smeared by paint and mud.
The remodel is slated to be completed in the spring, with work expected to begin soon.
There’s still no timetable for when the bathrooms will be ready for public use.
The $3.2 billion project will include renovating about 30,000 bathrooms, replacing and adding plumbing and lighting, and upgrading security systems.
Construction will begin in late spring.
The first phase of the project will involve the removal of existing plumbing and electrical lines, replacing old fixtures, installing new fixtures and installing new lighting.
The project is expected to be finished by the end of 2019.