The Steiner Academy in Much Dewchurch, Hereford has fitted Hadrian steel toilet cubicles from Relcross in their new toilets. The new cubicles are in striking RAL 6018 Yellow Green and look dramatically brighter than most toilets.
Surrounded by some of the country’s most beautiful landscape, the Academy specialises in the natural environment and it was that specialism, working closely with Edinburgh based architect John Renshaw, that led indirectly to the choice of Hadrian Toilet Cubicles.
Sustainability was a vital aspect and all of Hadrian's products feature a high recycled content. The powder coated cubicles feature 50% recycled material and the stainless steel specification is over 90%. Hadrian also offer a solid plastic partition made from 100% post consumer re-cycled material.
As well as their environmental virtues, Hadrian cubicles are highly durable and easy to clean. Different areas of the school follow broad colour themes and the new toilets are in the ‘green area’ and so they decided to use a bright, vibrant green that completely lifts the facilities away from the usual sombre, drab styles favoured by so many. The tile splash backs for the basins were made by the pupils in the school workshop.
Installation was carried out by the Academy’s own project team and Project Manager Chloe Kidel is very pleased with the final installation. “They look great” she said “and fully in keeping with the ethos of the Steiner Academy.”
Relcross Sales and Marketing Director Stuart McMaster is also delighted. “We offer Hadrian Cubicles in a vast range of over 200 colours and it’s wonderful to see someone using that option to the full to create something out of the norm.”
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