Public toilets that are much better than just “bog standard”
Clean, smart and effective WC facilities in public buildings, health, education, transport, leisure, and other public settings are not only a matter of public health and hygiene, they also play a major role in the overall feel of a building, where first and lasting impressions of customer service are made. Well-maintained, clean public toilets are often treated with much greater respect and care. Hadrian Cubicles, the easy-to-clean-and-maintain option from Relcross, give every bathroom the "wow" factor with a pop of colour or a stylish finish that will last.
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The Hadrian Elite range from Relcross is a range of powder coated toilet cubicles and partitions which can be supplied in any RAL colour to match any design scheme, with good looks to last a lifetime. But that visual appeal does not come at the cost of durability. Hadrian Elite cubicles are robust enough to withstand the knocks and wear of even the highest use settings with built-in fire resistance, excellent corrosion resistance and, where required, special anti-graffiti treatments.
Hadrian’s proven ASTM D6578 graffiti resistance system provides excellent defence against unsightly graffiti. The special finish allows the quick and easy removal of graffiti without damaging the colour or lustre of the original finish.
At Walthamstow Wetlands nature reserve architects Witherford Watson Mann designed a visitor centre within a decommissioned Victorian pumping station, to house a café and shop plus exhibition, learning and events spaces. The sturdy brick pumphouse was gently repaired, and when it came to the washrooms they wanted to continue with the use of raw steel for an industrial look. Hadrian steel toilet cubicles from Relcross can be supplied in a plain galvanneal finish for a natural, industrial look. At Walthamstow they have been combined with Staffordshire blue quarry tiles to the floor and Staffordshire red quarry tiles to the walls for an overall effect that evokes the functional industrial design of the original engine house but with immense practicality for public washrooms at a very popular new facility.