A Lookback At Our Previous School Washroom Projects
Summer 2021 is approaching fast, and we know a lot of education facilities are planning to undergo renovations and refurbishments in the summer when the students are on holiday. So we decided it was time to have a quick lookback at our previous school washroom projects.
Take a look at these case studies to get the design inspiration, as well as the guidance you might need in order to design school washrooms.
Reduce the risk of bullying and vandalism – Ormiston Denes Academy
Washrooms play an important role in addressing issues like vandalism and bullying in schools. We worked with Ormiston Denes Academy on their summer refurbishment project to provide them with modern, open plan washrooms that kept students’ privacy front of mind.
Read more about this project here.
Durable and hygienic, perfect for a busy environment – Wensum Junior School
School washrooms can get very busy over short periods of time, that’s why the need to use durable and easily maintained materials for cubicles and vanity units is vital. We provided Wensum Junior School with our Challenger range cubicles and Resilic Washtroughs to create a modern and hygienic school washroom while still preserving the school’s existing architecture and historic feel.
Read more about this case study here.
Sustainable washrooms with 100% recycled panels – UEA Building 60
We’ve worked with the University of East Anglia on their new state of the art teaching space and supplied them with IPS (integrated plumbing systems) panels that were made from 1005 recycled materials. The important thing with this project was to be able to support them with the building’s aim to be sustainable.
Read more about this ground-breaking project here.
We are hoping these 3 case studies will inspire you to create your own exceptional school washroom designs. If you’re not sure about where to start our Guide for School Washrooms is always a good resource to have a look at.