So heres the deal... Im getting ready to build out my basement. Well... actually... Im getting ready to build my gun/reloading/washroom which is going to be a rather simple task. However, seeing as the future bathroom (few months out) shares a wall... I need to make sure I dont fawk myself considering I havnt the SLIGHTEST idea how to build a bathroom in regards to drains/plumbing and all that jazz. So hopefully someone can help me out here.
The first pic shows the general area of the bathroom as well as two drains into the floor. At least i think they are drains.
This second pic shows the two drains I was talking about. The 2" ID steel pipe is 20" from face of concrete to CL of pipe. The 3.5" ID cast pipe is 55" from face of concrete to CL of pipe.
So the first thing im wondering is what exactly do i have to look forward to in terms of installing a shower, toilet and sink as far as drainage is concerned? Second, I will be re-building the short section of wall that the washer machine is backing up to, where does it need to be in relation to the drains and such? I'd hate to build a wall and then not be able to fit a toilet in there.... mostly cause i have no idea which one of these the toilet hooks up to! Last, framing around that vertical main to the left of the washer. Should I wrap the framing around the side closest to the drain or should I rig it so the drywall is basically sitting against the pipe? There is a space of 14.5" between the pipes right now.... if I wrap framing around the one... it'll only leave me about 10.25" between drywall and the edge of that 3.5" pipe
Hopefully someone has some experience with this type of stuff and can set me in the right direction to get this built. I can physically do the work no problem and get whatever tools I need to do it correctly... Just dont know what exactly NEEDS to be done to get the drainage correctly handled.
Thanks in advance gents! This should be an interesting little project for me...