Adding utility sink to "basement plumbed for 1/2 bath" house.

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We purchased a new home this past year. The basement is mostly unfinished (it's a walkout and the wall with the doorway & windows is finished with drywall the remaining are not), the floors are poured concrete and have a radiant heated floor system. The basement was "plumbed for a 1/2 bath", we have floor drains installed in the poured concrete floor for a toilet & sink, the water lines with shut offs are ready to go in the (unfinished) ceiling above the sink floor drain pipe. We won't be finishing the space for a few years however I have a craft room set up in the basement and a utility sink would really come in handy for washing my hands etc. I've replaced sinks/toilets/faucets in the past but I've never connected directly to something that wasn't already hooked up before. We are on septic & well. Is it just a matter of removing the cover to the existing sink drain, and connecting the p-trap with an AAV as in this photo?

Thank you for any tips or additional things I should keep in mind.
 

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