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Flooring & Ceiling Refurbishment

Well Designed Washrooms for Everyone T


ushboard Washrooms has always prided itself on providing well designed washrooms for everyone, and the latest offering is no exception. Profiles, the most flexible cubicle in the range has been redesigned to meet the need for an economical yet stylish cubicle suitable for children.

Profiles Kids maintains key features of the original range, including the sturdy through-fixed individual headrails and robust powder-coated aluminium pedestal feet, ensuring it is tough enough to cope in even the busiest of educational environments.

The new, modern design introduces smooth scalloped doors available in two heights. Perfect for infant and junior age children, the reduced height doors allow for easy supervision and release of door catches, whilst providing a higher level of privacy than traditional reduced height doors. ‘Profiles Kids is the perfect addition to our already extensive education range,’ commented Commercial Director, Kevin Cliffe. ‘The design is modern and practical whilst offering the same fantastic value for money as our original Profiles range.’

As well as 36 laminate colour options, Profiles Kids is also available in an exciting range of laminate prints, making Bushboard’s washrooms welcoming to kids of all ages!

Bushboard Washrooms provide a range of products for the educational environment, from nursery to university.

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Making a colourful exterior

he new Phoenix Restaurant at the National University of Ireland (NUI) campus in Maynooth, Co. Kildare, is clad with hundreds of metres of grey MEG exterior grade high pressure laminate from ABET LAMINATI The new €4m restaurant, designed by architects Coady Partnership, comprises a 450 seat restaurant as well as two cafés and meeting rooms located around a new plaza.

Abet’s MEG range is a self-supporting high pressure laminate (HPL) for cladding the exterior of buildings, balconies and other applications. In addition to 23 traditional plain colours, Wood finishes and simulated- concrete colours, MEG Metal is also available in a choice of five colours. MEG is also now able to incorporate Abet’s digital printing technology. This means that almost any design, photograph or pattern can be reproduced in stunning detail to give architects and designers unparalleled freedom to create unusual and dramatic building facades. MEG is a solid grade, load-bearing, high pressure laminate which carries a BBA Agrément Certificate. Its high physical and technical performance means that it can withstand all types of weather and temperature, as well as being resistant to strong UV light, acid rain, abrasion and damage. The chemical composition and the closed structure of the panels provides a graffiti-resistant surface which can be cleaned using normal cleaning agents. Samples and technical literature about MEG, and other laminates in the PRINT HPL collection, are available from Abet’s sample line and website.

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With more than 1,500 schools, colleges and universities already benefi ting from Monodraught WINDCATCHER®, SUNPIPE®, SUNCATCHER® and SOLA-BOOST® systems no company is better placed to advise on the health, welfare and energy saving benefi ts of natural ventilation and natural daylight. So whether you are an education

professional, architect, consultant or contractor, this experience and our knowledge of current legislation and the latest guidelines makes Monodraught the perfect choice. Call or email us for a copy of our schools brochure, or to arrange a visit from one of our Technical Consultants.

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