Washroom secures new contracts in London and beyond

29th July 2022

In the last few months, we’ve secured new contracts to work on several high-profile commercial refurbishment projects.

We’re about to start work on a number of office refurbishment projects at prestigious buildings in and around central London, where we’ll be delivering a wide range of bespoke washroom and staff shower and changing room areas. Drawing on our extensive range of products and finishes we’ll be creating washrooms which are as unique as our clients and their buildings.

This includes work at Kodak House, a Grade II listed building which is currently undergoing a comprehensive refurbishment to provide high quality office space, as well as at 180 Great Portland Street which was originally built in 1910 and still features its stunning period façade of gleaming white stone. We’ll also be returning to Grade II Listed 60 Victoria Embankment as part of an upgrade project, having played our part in the initial refurbishment just under a decade ago.

As part of the raft of new contracts, the team will be working with London-based Ruddy Joinery to deliver a mix of bespoke lockers, benching and cubicles for two large Cycle Change areas in the new buildings at 8 Bishopsgate and 21 Moorfields. Both buildings are making their mark on London’s new skyline and cityscape with 8 Bishopsgate, which stands at 51 storeys high, making it the UK’s tallest structure to achieve a BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ rating, while 21 Moorfields is located directly above an existing London Underground station and will incorporate high-quality retail and commercial office space, plus a new public square.

Outside the city, we’ll be working on a new contract with motorway services provider, Moto, to upgrade facilities at its service stations. We’ve already installed new washrooms at six major sites across the country including Exeter (Devon), Leigh Delamere (Wiltshire), Tamworth (Staffordshire), Ferrybridge (West Yorkshire), Southwaite (Cumbria) and Kinross (Scotland). Moto’s purpose is to brighten people’s journeys and we hope that our new washroom facilities will do just that.

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