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30 PROJECT REPORT: COMMERCIAL & WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENTS; PROJECT REPORT: CULTURAL, CIVIC & FAITH BUILDINGS


Heritage venue demonstrates best practice in putting people first


One of the UK’s most popular living museums is using its newest attraction to deliver best practice in accessibility, and truly open its doors to everyone. With a £10.9million grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Beamish is able to undertake its Remaking Beamish project, which includes a 1950s Town at the Co Durham site. Closomat – one of the UK’s leading providers of assisted accessible toilets – has supplied and installed the Changing Places therein, which enables people who need help – be it in the form of people and/or equipment – to maintain toilet hygiene, Wendy Wilshere, Beamish’s Volunteer & Access Co-Ordinator, said: “These fantastic facilities will make a massive difference for visitors who need them, and we are delighted and proud to offer them in our new 1950s welfare hall at Beamish.” The Changing Places is installed in the welfare hall – the first building to be opened to visitors in The 1950s Town. In addition, Beamish has gone beyond, achieving an exemplar facility according to British Standards by including a shower, and choosing a wash & dry toilet (a Closomat Palma Vita WC) in place of a conventional lavatory.


0161 969 1199 www.closomat.co.uk Stunning tiling of a 19th


Century mansion in the gateway to the Highlands Featuring more than 500m2


of tiling on three floors and seven bathrooms, The Gart is a fabulous example of


a high quality, modern tiling, completed despite a challenging design brief from the project’s artist owner. Valued at £1.75 million, the property required tiling of the highest order with expert craftsmanship to fulfil a challenging design brief that incorporated an array of tile types and intricate designs on challenging substrates. Because the substrate was tongue and groove floor boards, potential issues included weight loading, height build-up, deflection and lateral movement in the floor. To combat these potential issue and to ensure the luxury tiles did not experience any failures, BAL Rapid-Mat lightweight uncoupling mat was installed throughout to protect the tiling but also add minimal height to the floors. All floor tiles were tiled with BAL Rapid Flex-One, flexible rapid-setting adhesive, while wall tiles were tiled with BAL Single Part Flexible. All the tiling was grouted in BAL Micromax2 flexible wall and floor grout. “I was delighted to use BAL throughout the project, as it my trusted tiling-system partner,” said Wesley Geraghty from Atlas Tiling contractors.


01782 591100 www.bal-adhesives.com BoilerMag protects Yorkshire Museum


The Yorkshire Museum is the latest high profile building to protect its heating system with a 4” BoilerMag XT Industrial boiler filter. The work was carried out by Selby based Frogmech Ltd. Lawrence Walsh, Managing Director at Frogmech Ltd said: “Every commercial heating system should have a


BoilerMag XT fitted. We’ve tried various brands over the years, but we find the BoilerMag easy to fit and service, well built, and by far the best value for money. We hold our relationship with the museum in extremely high regard; they trust in our expertise and workmanship, and therefore chose a product we can be sure will deliver.”


0114 225 0624 www.boilermag.com Designer recycling bins in leading spaces


Method have redesigned recycling bins for modern spaces. With their proven ability to increase recycling rates, beautiful aesthetic and leading philosophy of Open Plan Recycling, the bins are now featured in leading spaces around the world. Open Plan Recycling brings Method bins out into the open-plan design of modern spaces. Seen in the offices of world-renowned British architecture firm Foster + Partners, the beautiful


spaces of London coworking provider The Office Group, and the historical Sydney Cricket Ground.


www.methodrecycling.com


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ADF AUGUST 2019


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