changing areas & washrooms

Leisure centre invests in water management

THE Nautilust Leisure Centre in Gladenbach, mid Germany has undertaken a major renovation project including water facilities, showers and changing rooms. The leisure facility, which incorporates

Changing room refurb for Alresford Golf Club

FOLLOWING an HMRC refund of overpaid VAT on golf club green fees, Alresford Golf Club in Hampshire has upgraded its male and female changing rooms, including the toilets and shower areas. Working with Lan Services, the changing

room spaces retained their original wooden lockers and changing benches but all other fixtures and fittings were removed. Solid surface vanity tops and storage cupboards were renewed. Walls and ceilings were decorated and new spike proof carpet was installed to the changing room floors as well as to the bench seat tops. The result was a bright and vibrant, traditional golf club changing room. The open plan male shower area was

refurbished with anti-slip porcelain floor tiles and easy to clean Altro Whiterock wall cladding. A feature wall of colour (mint) helped to raise the aesthetics. The lever shower controls included integrated TMV3 valves to ensure no scalding and fixed overhead soaker shower heads

provided a good water flow. The ladies’ showers had to provide more

privacy than the male area. Raised shower trays were installed within blockwork cubicles, each containing a pivot door assembly manufactured from toughened glass. TMV3 controlled showers were coupled with removable shower handsets on riser rails and douche handsets at a lower level. The toilet rooms were the show piece of

the washroom refurbishment project. Their specification included half height IPS duct panel sets throughout with matching solid grade laminate toilet cubicles in a woodgrain finish. The ladies opted for a solid surface vanity top with integral Corian basins while the gents favoured a white Corian wash trough. Both included lever controlled taps and Franke counter mounted soap dispensers and waste chutes. The toilet room walls and floors were tiled using modern looking beige tiles.

Spa-inspired look for luxury resort bathrooms

SET on a private island in the Maldives, Hurawalhi Island Resort is an adults-only, 90 villa luxury destination. Each of the villa’s bathrooms features solutions from the Bagodesign brand from

Sanipex Group including Nassau freestanding marble washbasins, Corsair sanitaryware and Smooth shower brassware. Sanipex also supplied a variety of

Bagodesign countertop washbasins, along with the brand’s Kudos Cube showerhead, Stratos mono tall basin mixer and a range of flush plates. The finishing touches were equally important and a comprehensive selection of Bagodesign accessories complete the spa-inspired look. 40

seven interior and exterior pools, has utilised the CNX water management system from CONTI+ to remotely maintain and monitor urinals, showers and taps. The CONTI+ CNX water management

system offers complete management of up to 150 connected products; urinals, taps or showers, where object-centric or customer-centric tasks such as hygienic flushing and thermal disinfection can be controlled through its user interface. Logging, safety routines and verifiable function checks of all hygienic measures provide reassurance to all users of the quality management of the water system whilst providing essential proof of safety reports for the local authorities. Having installed one of the first water

management systems, the team at SEB Gladenbach, a subsidiary of the city of Gladenbach, already understood the significant cost benefits of automated systems due to reduced repair costs.

Images: Freizeitbad Nautilust

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