Key factors to consider when designing high traffic washrooms

Special consideration must be given when designing high traffic washrooms such as facilities in stadiums, theatres, leisure centres, schools, shopping centres and service stations. They must withstand frequent use and some may be at risk of vandalism.

Because of this, key factors to consider will include using robust and high-quality materials that will withstand heavy usage and implementing a seamless user flow to ensure that people can get in and out quickly.

 

DESIGN
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Our range of functional, durable and attractive cubicle systems mean that you don’t have to compromise on aesthetics when designing high traffic washrooms. We’ve refurbished over 200 washrooms in the last year alone and each has been finished to an excellent standard. Choose from a wide range of colours and finishes for your washroom and be guided by our experienced team to define the perfect solution for your bespoke environment.

Take a look at this stylish design for Glyndebourne Opera House where we used a dark wood finish and sleek accessories to create a stunning finish for their visitors, staff and performers.

DURABILITY
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High traffic washrooms need to be robust and easy to maintain and keep clean. They also must be long lasting with a high level of durability which is why we offer an unprecedented 15-year product guarantee on our washroom laminate systems giving our customers peace of mind, from the robust formulation of our quality, tried and tested systems, to our responsive customer care.

 

Durability and hygiene were key when considering the design for our recent project at the Shell Service Station in Ashstead  Park, London where facilities are used 24 hours around the clock.

 

USER FLOW
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With over 20 years in the business working in both the education and commercial sectors, we have a wealth of expertise and experience to draw from when considering user flow in washroom design. Each step will be carefully considered to ensure the correct placement of toilet cubicles, wash stations and hand dryers to minimise queuing and create a positive experience for users.

 

Our project at Henley on Thames Leisure Centre involved detailed user flow planning to ensure that the design was fit for purpose and gave visitors a positive experience.

 

GET IN TOUCH
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Our highly qualified team would be happy to advise you on your next washroom refurbishment project as we have a deep understanding of the challenges of designing high traffic washrooms.

 

Simply get in touch on 01707 254 170 today.

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